Explain how a psychodynamic therapist would treat Ellen for her depression and suicidal tendencies. 2. Explain how a behavioral therapist would treat Ellen for her depression and suicidal tendencies. 3. Explain how a cognitive therapist would treat Ellen for her depression and suicidal tendencies.
Where does Ellen fit with Shneidman’s taxonomy of people who intentionally end their lives? |Ellen is a death ignorer. She seems to believe her death will be some sort of revenge on her ex boyfriend, but doesn’t communicate that| |she would not be around to see the results of her suicide. | 3. What factors are present that may trigger a suicide attempt by Ellen?
“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman has three themes: becoming free, madness, and the dangers of the “rest cure.” The story is written as the secret diary of a woman who is diagnosed with temporary nervous depression by her husband and doctor and is prescribed the “rest cure.” Though the narrator wants to write, she is prohibited from any activity due to her treatment. Thus, allowing her to create a figure in the yellow wallpaper while in the confinement of her room. Gilman writes in "The Yellow Wallpaper" of the narrator who is apparently trying to free herself from her sickness and the room, and she is trying to free the woman in the wallpaper. Throughout the story, the narrator, also known as the protagonist of the story, is trying to free herself from her illness. Readers can see this when Gilman writes, "I think sometimes that if I were only well enough to write a little it would relieve the press
D) Nancy has a negative Babinski's reflex bilaterally. Due to her deteriorating condition, Nancy is immediately referred to the neurologist. The ED nurse realizes that Nancy has probably suffered a left-sided brain attack. 3. Which clinical manifestation further supports this assessment?
I believe this is more like a denial stage than being strong enough to take it. All these are signs of depressed mood. In the beginnings of the movie, Julie Vignon stays in a hospital and breaks a window in the hall to get nurses’ attention somewhere else than herself. She then sneaks into the medication room and steals drugs from cabinet. When Julie tries to swallow a bunch to commit suicide, she sees the nurse looking at her.
Mrs. Davis told Finance Corp. that its visits to her at the hospital where she visited her ailing daughter were upsetting her daughter so much that her recovery was being impeded. Davis added that she herself was becoming extremely anxious, worried, and angry that Finance was dragging a patient into a dispute that "was none of the patient's doing." Upon hearing this, Finance Corp. suspended its visits to the hospital. At a later date, Davis informed Finance that "its harassment was driving her
We can see how each event led to her feeling like society didn’t need her; led to her feeling suicidal. The chain of events leading up to Eva Smith’s death, affected her in a way that would not have been expected by any of the characters. I believe that all of the characters in the play helped push Eva towards the edge. Every event that happened added up to cause Eva to lose self-esteem until finally she reached a suicidal state of mind. All the characters are to be blamed for her
She shows that she possesses borderline personality disorder through her self-mutilation, identity disturbance, mood swings, chronic emptiness and boredom, and impulsive behaviour. Susanna displays borderline personality disorder with her acts of self-mutilation, as it is the third point on the DSM-IV list of criteria for BPD. Susanna shows this in her attempt to commit suicide which lead to her being sent to the mental institute in the first place. She consumed an entire bottle of Aspirin because she claimed to have had a headache, hereafter she drank a bottle of vodka. This was extremely dangerous to her health and potentially life-threatening, which is an obvious act of self-mutilation.
Kate Chopin in The Awakening shows significance of Edna’s suicide by having her death location at the same place as her awakening. Chopin writes the ending so ambiguous to highlight the fact that Edna drowns herself. Edna’s suicide results are attempts of her trying to choose the type of female that she wants to be in the society that she is in, which this leads to her defeat of her life to the sea. I feel that Edna finally surrenders herself to the sea. This would have been out of her frustration and pathetic state of her being.
Naguib Mahfouz made the reader understand the suffering of the women in our society. He tried to show us the tragic position that the young girl had in the short story "The Answer Is No". Also he succeeded in analyzing the psychology of the young girl, and how she could overcome the trap that the man put her in. The short story is entitled "The Answer Is No" because the young girl revolted against the male-dominated society, her weakness, and also to the future love and the past that she had by saying "NO". When she was raped, she didn't understand what had happened to her, and she was shocked and every inch of her body was trembling.