Case Study Miss E came to therapy for weight loss wanting to lose 2 ½ stone in all. She is 29 and came out of a failed relationship 6 months ago. She is now ready to look for another partner but is scared as her previous partner of 6 years was very controlling and almost seemed to want her to stay overweight. She had struggled with her weight since she was 12 or 13 and her parents badgered her about being unattractive and eating too much. She has tried many diets but always seems to put the weight back on again after a while.
Genetics can sometimes run in families is one cause to the start of mental illnesses. Infections, brain defects or injury, prenatal damage, substance abuse, and other factors are the other five factors to mental illnesses. Yates battled depression for years; the cause of her actions for drowning her children were caused by postpartum psychosis triggered by the improper use of her meds, not listening to what her doctor had to say after her treatment, and lack of knowing any coping techniques. Postpartum depression can take up to a year after the child’s birth before the mother would even notice any signs of depression. If left untreated it can have dire consequences.
She also decided to give more precedence to career rather than her family which in turn created a huge gap between herself and her family. As she became obsessed with her work, she began to overlook her family. In this way, the ambition for the top, the allotment of more time for work all contributed in weakening Kate’s family relationships. In the novel, Crow Lake it was also revealed how loneliness can bring two teens together through the relationship between Matt Morrison and Marie Pye. As Mary’s brother Laurie ran way from home after the clash with their father Calvin Pye, their mother got sick.
In the beginning of our interview, I asked A.J. how she would describe her physical health at her current age and how it affects her daily life. In response, she rated her overall health as mediocre because she has issues with diabetes, arthritis, and sarcoidosis; an inflammatory disease that affects the respiratory system. In the case of her diabetes, she explained that she has to check her blood sugar daily to make sure it is not too low or too high. She has had this condition for several years but still feels that she misses out on the many foods that she enjoys.
Alyson started to argue with her sister more often than before. As a result, both Alyson and her sister stopped talking to each other and now they tried to avoid each other. After a short time, Alyson’s sister couldn’t stand her anymore so she moved out because of her. The dream that the two of them had of growing up next to each other has now come to an end because Alyson can’t reason with her anymore. Alyson’s drugs addiction kept getting worse that she started to steal her sick father’s medication.
Jenna Riley Case Study Team B NUR/427 November 11, 2013 Karen Rousseau Jenna Riley Case Study Jenna Riley is a 14- year- old teenage girl, who lives with her mother and younger brother. She is often left home alone to care for her brother and soon starts to believe she is unworthy. She is a good student and has a good share of friends, however, Jenna starts to feel unaccepted by her peers and corresponds that unacceptance because of her excessive weight. She is self-conscious about how she looks and knows she needs to lose weight, but lacks the confidence needed to do so. She is unaware of the damage she is doing to her health by her binge eating and secretly eating unhealthy foods.
She also give example to the reader that obyes is the main problem of strock , cadiovascular failurer , high or low blood pressure . She explain when they are in a collage her friend Elizabeth was totally normal at the begining but when she start to eat kind of junk food stop doing exercise she gain her weight.Her friend tries to convence her to do exrecise but Elizabeth denai to do so. Afters yeare of seperation MD kaufman mate her friend again she looks totally different . Elizabeth told her she diabeties started on her when she was pregnant nad stil she have it. Kaufman mate her after long time so she dont like to make her upset but she want to bring her friend back to
Jojo was taken from her mother 3 months ago because of neglect, though this client’s problems are different from any of the others whom you have worked with before. Child and family services became involved with Anna and Jojo because of a report made by Jojo’s Head Start teacher that Anna was not feeding Jojo appropriately. In fact, the investigators discovered that Anna thought Jojo was too fat and only fed her water and bananas to help her lose weight. She apparently fed Jojo like this for three weeks before the teacher noticed a change in Jojo during school time. When the teacher noticed that Jojo was rapidly losing weight, she contacted Anna, who told the teacher to mind her own business.
Over the few weeks, she is suffering from headache. She feels like her head is going to burst. He college finds out and suggest her to take paracetamol and assured it would make her headache go away within few minutes. Her friend negatively reinforced Sarah for taking paracetamol. Some Kids in the nursery are aggressive and stubborn.
Although she is divorced, she has two pre-teen children 13 & 11 who are also lost and confuse of why mommy and daddy are not together. Due to some of those situations Janie finds ways to keep herself active; in being active she became excessively hyper and lacks sleep. Which can cause side effects towards her bipolar disorder that she had been diagnosed with about ten years ago. Janie wants to be apart of something that will validate her existence. (Janie is an active member of her sorority and was chair of the fundraising committee.