CASE STUDY:Brenda Griffin is a 38-year-old single white female who lives alone and works as a certified public accountant. She presents as very talkative and complains she has only been sleeping 2–3 hours per night. During the interview, Brenda presents as distracted. She states she has been working on her MBA and writing a romance novel, all while working a full time job as a CPA. She is well-dressed and her hygiene is good. Brenda answers questions appropriately and presents as fully engaged in the interview process.Answer the following questions from your perspective as her psychiatric nurse practitioner, in a paper no longer than two double-spaced pages (not including the reference page), in APA format.Identify one screening tool you could use when evaluating Brenda.What additional clinical information would be needed in order to make a diagnosis of bipolar I disorder?What interviewing techniques would be best used for Brenda?Identify a pharmacologic evidence-based intervention that could be used to treat manic symptoms.If Brenda experiences a depressive period following a manic episode, would interpersonal psychotherapy be an effective intervention for her? Explain your reasoning.Identify what lab work you would order for Brenda. Provide evidence to support your rationale.Is Brenda in need of hospital stabilization? If so, what steps would you take to seek hospitalization? Would you involve her family? Why or why not?The information below is to help you better answer these questions , if you have any questions please let me know* The rating scale I want to use in question one is Young Mania Rating Scale*For question two please look to the DSM-5* for question 4 please use abilify 15 mg to start off once daily to initiate with the option to titrate to 20 if needed.*for the question where it asks about interpersonal psychotherapy, yes it would be benefitial and i have attached a small paragraph to help you better elaborate*for labs I would order a toxically test ,TSH- in order to rule out substance induced mood disorder and thyroid disfunction* last question , she does not need hospitalization at the moment but in order to avoid it in the future she needs to start taking her medication as prescribe, stay in compliance with treatment and very important to talk about the involvement of her family members.