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Stephen Barlas reports in Psychiatric Times that antidepressants are found to cause “possible suicidal ideation and suicide attempts as side effects” (2006). With these possible side effects, parents are looking at other treatment options to help their children, including the combination of antidepressants with cognitive behavioral therapy. When researching about various antidepressants, fluoxetine, also known as Prozac, offered the most relevant and conclusive data concerning its effects on adolescents, and it was the most noted antidepressant combined with cognitive behavioral therapy. This paper will examine the symptoms of adolescent depression, how using the antidepressant fluoxetine affects depression in adolescents, and the results of studies using the combination of fluoxetine and cognitive behavioral therapy to treat major depression in
Psychological models and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness training as treatment for addictions. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0028490 Brewer, J. A., Elwafi, H. M., Davis, J. H. (2012) “Craving to Quit: psychological models and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness training as treatment for addictions.” Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (in press). Capuzzi, D and Stauffer, M.D (2012). Foundations of Addiction Counseling.
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Recognizing ADHD in Children Laniqua Spicer East Carolina University Professor Bonita Sasnett Written Communication and Documentation in Health Care 3030 Section 2 November 20, 2012 Abstract ADHD is a disorder found in children while in their early primary stage. The children who encounter this disorder often have a hard time excelling in academics and physical development. There has been research done to better understand children who have to deal with ADHD. The results showed there was a differentiation amongst children in different stages of ADHD. Some forms of ADHD in certain children may seem to be more severe than others.
Running head: MAJOR DEPRESSION ARE WE LOST Major Depression are we Lost in Screening and Treatment NURS4386 Leadership in Nursing Cee June 10, 2008 Part I: Action Plan 1) Project Focus: Major depression- screening and treatment 2) Documenting Evidence: a. Questions to be considered within the evidence-based practice process. Within the initial year following diagnosis, will individuals eighteen and above who has been diagnosis with major depression improve from screening and treatment compared to clients without proper screening, treatment and follow-up. i. P (Patient Population of Interest): ages eighteen and above ii. I (Intervention of Interest): Improve screening
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