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Primary intervention
interventions that promote mental health or reduce the incidences of illness
Secondary intervention
seeks to reduce the prevalence of illness by early detection and treatment of mental illness
tertiary intervention
interventions that reduce the severity, disability, or residual impairments resulting from mental illness.
norepinephrine
may help control mood
dopamine
controls decision-making ability and pleasure
seratonin
controls pain, sleep, and appetite
GABA
controls anxiety
Axis 1
Major clinical disorders
Axis 2
mental retardation
personality D/O
Axis 3
General Medical disorders
Axis 4
psychosocial and environmental problems
stressors (mild-moderate-severe)
Axis 5
Global assessment of functioning (1-100)
inner peace, tranquility
self-actualization 5
achievement, master, reputation, prestige
esteem, status 4
belongingness, love
social affection 3
stability, free from fear and anxiety, certainty
safety security order 2
food drink warmth
physiological needs 1
milieu therapy
providing a supportive and nurturing environment
birth-18 months erikson
trust vs. mistrust
18mo-3 years erikson
autonomy vs shame
3-6yrs
initiative vs guilt
6-12yrs erikson
industry vs inferiority
12-20 years old erikson
identity vs role confusion
20-30 yo erikson
intimacy vs isolation
30-65 yo erikson
generativity vs stagnation
65-death erikson
ego integrity vs despair
psychoanalysis
go deep into childhood
psychotherapy
less intense and less deep, should be a part of outpatient
cognitive therapy
challenge the negativity
Behavioral modification
consequences for inappropriate behavior and rewards for good behavior
therapeutic groups
groups that go into issues
201
agree to inpatient treatment
72 hour notice
302
involuntary
criteria for admission for 302
inability to care for self, threat to suicide, threat of homicide, mutilation of self
how long is a 302 in the hospital
atleast 5 days
length of 303
20 more days
length of 304
90 more days
length of 305
180 more days
ethics
right or wrong
values
personal beliefs
rights
things we are entitled to
beneficence
doing good
nonmaleficence
do no harm
autonomy
self sufficient independent
justice
fairness
veracity
truth telling
reveal aspects of case resulting in harm
breach of confidentiality
communication that is malicious and false
defamation of character
libel
written defamation
slander
verbal defamation
mandated reporter
care providers must report suspected or actual abuse