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The treatment center in San Marcos, for example, has a staff consisting of child and adolescent psychiatrists, psychologists and neuro-psychologists, family nurse practitioners, physician’s assistant, nurses, and master’s-prepared and licensed clinical therapists, along with volunteers and college students that work there to provide some extra help, support or companionship (SMTC). The mental wellbeing of their patients is the primary concern for San Marcos, along with any treatment facility, but just as any agency there are other factors that are involved that could cause issues such as that of oppression. There is a way of viewing “organizations as multiple oppressions” which indicates that social constructions exclude and discriminate against categories of people (Hutchison Textbook Pg 427-428). As an organization, mental health facilities are prone to multiple oppressions among staff and patients. Just as any type of illness or disease, mental illness does not discriminate.
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Child and Adolescent mental health services work with people aging from birth to eighteen years. CAMHS provide assessments of children’s behaviour and work with young people with identified emotional or behavioural difficulties. CAMHS is defined in its broadest sense to include all services that promote emotional health and well-being or which respond to and meet the mental health needs of children and young people at targeted or specialist levels. Department Children, School and Families (2008). Loss, neglect or trauma experienced during childhood can undermine the social, emotional and interpersonal attachment necessary for later healthy adjustment to relationships, social roles and consequential mental wellbeing and may be contributory
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With the CBCL, the clinician simply scans the results and examines which symptoms seem to be troubling, according to the parent. Some checklists may require the clinician to tally the score up to get a composite score, which may point to problems with anger, attention, etc. Parents are frequently involved in the assessment of child and adolescent functioning, and are most often the person who pursues child mental health referrals. Parents are able to provide the therapist or clinician with information about the child’s
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder Tanya Jackson Chamberlain College of Nursing NR320: Mental Health Nursing September-October 2013 Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder ADHD is a mental disorder that starts in the early childhood years and can continue through adulthood. This disorder is causes children to act without thinking, be hyperactive, and have trouble focusing. The children understand what they are supposed to do however, they have difficulty following though due to problems paying attention to detail, sitting still, and completing the assigned task. The article, Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies for Children with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), analyses the pathophysiology, risk factors, and treatment for ADHD. The article explains the pathophysiology of ADHD in
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