Treatments utilized by counseling professionals such as CBT allows clients to be aware of various events causing their life’s spiral; uninterested clients with court-ordered treatment must make a valid decision for their success while rationalizing personal biases of treatment. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Positive and negative influences burden clients so much that they compromise themselves through careless and difficult situations. According to Kendra Cherry (2011), “Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that helps patients to understand the thoughts and feelings that influence behaviors.” CBT assist clients by emphasizing their focus towards channeling energy to connecting dilemmas. Utilizing this rationalization of theories creates awareness for clients to identify relationships between treatment and coping with disorders. Once treatment surfaces awareness aids in the process of preventing relapses, clients not interested in receiving court-ordered treatment CBT provides them with tools to make valid decisions.
Family therapy is not a single treatment method but is based on a number of systemic approaches such as strategic, structural and Milan. Family therapy focuses on interactions among family members, quality of relationships and family development. It bases its assumptions on the wider social context i.e. community, society and the culture to which the family belong. The systemic perspective views the problems of the individual in relation to the different contexts in which people live.
Social workers continue to address the needs of society and bring our nation’s social problems to the public’s attention. As one of the helping professions, social work focuses upon working with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities in order to assist them in functioning better in their social environments. In working with people, social workers apply knowledge from the social work courses and from experience. Qualities required in persons who consider careers in social work include flexibility, concern for people, patience, and ability to express ideas, resourcefulness, and emotional and physical energy. Career opportunities for social workers are available in hospitals, home health agencies, hospice agencies, nursing homes, schools, community action agencies, correctional agencies, programs for the aging, recreation programs, mental health centers, mental retardation centers, juvenile courts, child welfare agencies, and others.
1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of working in adult social care settings Working in health and social care is about communication and relationships. It is simply not possible to provide support and care services without developing relationships with those you support, and good communication is an essential part of relationship building. Communication is much more than talking. It can include touch, facial expression, body movement, dress and
3. Historical changes in family structure and the theoretical diversity of relationships within the family.The Objectives of these Notes are to allow you to understand: 1. The difference between commonsense and sociological conceptions of family life. 2. The interpretation of statistical evidence relating to family diversity.
Because roles are normally assigned, birth order and the structure of the family need to be considered. Family structure should be examined because the dynamics of the structure can affect a member’s personality and development of behavior. During treatment the influences of a client’s past can often uncover details that would be
The type of psychotherapy that's right for you depends on your individual situation. Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy, counseling, psychosocial therapy or, simply, therapy. All of these methods, of course would not be immediate relief for the patient. These methods would take time in order to see results. Psychotherapy can be helpful in treating most mental health problems, including: Anxiety disorders, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, panic disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Mood disorders, such as depression or bipolar disorder, Addictions, such as alcoholism, drug dependence or compulsive gambling, Eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia, Personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder or dependent personality disorder, Schizophrenia or other disorders that cause detachment from reality (psychotic disorders).
Aiv) Duty of care contributes to safeguarding individuals as duty of care ensures that all concerned think about safeguarding, which also guides professional relationships. Duty of care acts as a base line for organisational procedures and protocols. Bi) Working within the health and social care sector social care workers are faced with dilemma’s and conflict on a day to day basis when duty of care and the rights of an individual are the reason why
As precious this book might be for mental health professional, it also have its limitations such as: 1. The danger of over diagnosis 2. The power of diagnostic labels 3. The confusion of serious mental disorders with normal problems 4. The illusion of objectivity and universality.
Introduction to Mental Health And Therapeutic Interventions DO130023S Introduction to Mental Health and Therapeutic Interventions Mental health nursing is, first and foremost, concerned with helping people find meaning in their lives and assisting them in the process of recovery. However we cannot do this effectively unless we are prepared to hear service users’ accounts of their difficulties and recognise the value of their own preferences for a meaningful life (Norman and Ryrie, 2009).The nation’s current mental health care model, like the broader field of health, is rooted in a population based public health model. The public health model is characterised by the concern for the health of a population in its entirety. It also helps in awareness to the link between health and the physical and psycho-social environment (Schafer, 2009). Public health focuses not only on traditional areas of diagnosis, treatment, and aetiology, but also disease prevention, and access to evaluation of services (Friedli, 2010).