A patient Mr. Pall is a year old man had complaints about committing a suicide. He was brought to the hospital by family members. Mr. Pall was very annoyed and he over consumed alcohol. As a result, he had the following vital signs on admission: pulse- 60/mt, respiratory rate – 20/mt, Bp- 100/60mmof Hg.The following syndromes are the presence of suicidal ideas, feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, helplessness, anxious due to his relapse, self – blaming behaviors, and visual and auditory hallucinations (visual and auditory). Mr. Pall was suffering from chronic depression for the past 2 years. From psyho-emotional conditions, the patient had poor compliance with medications, was unable to maintain him in a particular job, lacked confidence in him and was suspicious.The most intimidating syndromes were the following: he was inactive and was staying in the bed. He was too melancholic and his speech was unclear. He had a plan of committing suicide and there was an intimidating fact to have a lethal final. It was evident that the patient was heavily depressed. Moreover, it was necessary to assess perceptual disturbances. On the basis of this assessment, the presence of illusions was revealed. This man used to cry and he could not control his emotions. It was evident, that a man did not have significant impairment of memory. He could not make a proper decision, what to wear and sometimes how to behave.The patient was subjected to the following risk factors: risk of self-harm was evident. he had a poor nutrition, he felt a lack of care deficit and he suffered from hallucinations. The most intimidating risk factors were a patient’s risk of aggressive behavior and risk of suicide.The main goal is to lead a patient to treatment goals. to advance a treatment process by communication with a patient. comply with the treatment plan of the clinic. implement different treatment strategies and facilitate a treatment.