Check required video PSY645 Grand RoundsPresentation; see video transcript attached, Chapters 15, 20, 1 and review Section 4: Privacy and Confidentiality from the APA’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct: Including 2010 Amendments.(1)Provide an evaluation of the degree to which the presenter followed the ethical standards outlined in Section 4 of the APA’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct: Including 2010 Amendments.(2)Highlight the relevant information from the patient’s history you will use to inform your conceptualization of the patient’s problems and diagnosis.(3)Provide an evaluation of the patient’s symptoms and presenting problems within the context of a theoretical orientation that seems to be most appropriate for the situation. Be sure to indicate which theory you are using for your evaluation and provide a justification for your choice. (e.g., cognitive, behavioral, humanistic, biological, sociocultural, evolutionary, psychoanalytic, integrative, etc.). NOTE: Be clear that you are writing about theoretical orientations and using the theoretical orientations to explain the client’s symptoms and presenting problems. Do not use the theoretical orientations to discuss any therapy or treatment approaches. Your application of the theoretical orientations should answer the question: How did this client develop the symptoms and current presenting problems? For example, “Based on the cognitive perspective, how did this client develop the symptoms and current presenting problem?” “Based on the humanisitic perspective, how did this client develop the symptoms and current presenting problem?” Etc.(4)Provide a diagnosis for the patient based on the DSM-5. Be specific about the DSM-5 criteria required for the diagnosis and how the client meets those criteria.(5)Describe at least one evidence-based and one non-evidence-based treatment option for this diagnosis.(6)Pose appropriate questions that you would ask the client to help determine the most accurate diagnosis for this patient?