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    Clinical staging views the illness as a continuum from at risk to severe disorder, meaning it aims to guide treatment approaches at each stage (Scott et al., 2013). There are two assumptions crucial to the utility of this model. Firstly, patients who are less severe will respond better to treatment, and secondly, these treatments will be milder (McGorry, Hickie, Yung, Pantelis & Jackson, 2006). If this model can be applied to schizophrenia, it suggests we can increase the benefits of receiving a…

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    Anxiety: A Brief Summary

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    Summary of research and outcome: My investigation focused on exploring the effects of anxiety on the cognitive functions of the body and establishing some effective treatments. The topic was inspired by my interest in medicine and mental disorders that affect large proportions of the contemporary populace. A vast array of research processes was conducted to in order to determine the various effects of anxiety on the functions of the brain. More specifically, a series of literature reviews,…

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    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is an anxiety disorder where a person has uncontrollable obsessions and compulsions that he or she feels the urge to repeat. Obsessions are urges, thoughts, or mental images that cause a person anxiety or stress. Compulsions are the repetitive behaviors that a person feels the urge to do based on the obsessive thoughts. Symptoms of OCD can interfere with all aspects of life. A symptom of OCD is fear of germs or contamination that leads to excessive cleaning.…

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    Childhood Anxiety Research

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    One of the most common problems facing youth today is anxiety. Early interventions can be made to prevent problems in schooling and prevent the development of other mental health issues. (Drake, 2015) School teachers, counselors, and school nurses need to be prepared to recognize and help youth struggling with anxiety. It’s important to look for ways to help children with anxiety in elementary school before they fall behind in their education and possibly develop more serious mental health…

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    Fibromyalgia is one of the most misunderstood and misdiagnosed diseases. It is a common pain disorder that causes widespread pain and tenderness to touch that can be all over the body, or in just one area. The severity of the symptoms vary from person to person and never go away entirely. The weather and time of day can cause flare ups. Affecting mainly women, it is a chronic disease that can affect from children to older adults. Symptoms include but are not limited to, headaches,…

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    What’s the Deal With Depression in the United States? At the start of this research paper I sought to answer the question: Why is the United States becoming more depressed? However, as i started to research, it didn’t take long before I decided to redirect my efforts. I chose to investigate a new question: What’s the deal with depression in the US? I found that the US isn't suffering from an epidemic of depression, but instead the disease itself is being over diagnosed as a whole. In a sense,…

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    Michelle is a 24 year old, single college student who had recently started visiting a therapist after being suggested by her University advisor. Michelle had been attending a local university for the past 3 years, which she feels is the only thing good in her life. The entire time she has been there, she never made friends. The only person she has established any sort of relationship with is her advisor. She never was able to keep friends because of how closed off she was. She always felt like…

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    Dual Modalities Of Therapy

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    Mental health disorders range in a broad spectrum, they can completely institutionalize an individual or alter minor personality characteristics that the public would not notice. Mental health disorders can alter a person’s mood, thoughts, or behavior which can lead the individual besieged when it involves daily life activities. Individuals who suffer from a mental health disorder often experience difficulties in their ability to be employed, difficulty intermingling with family and friends, and…

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    Roughly 20 million people in the United States suffer from depression each year. Whether some are hiding it behind a fake smile day by day or if they are open about their depression it is well known. Depression affects 40 million people worldwide every single year. Doctors and psychologists work hard everyday to help out kids, teens, and adults to figure out how depression can be hard on the body. Depression disorder affects the brain, body, motivation, and the people around it. Sometimes it…

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    Light Therapy Essay

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    Millions of people all over the world suffer from various sleep disorders and it is estimated that there are about 70 million sufferers of insomnia. Sleep disorders are divided into three main categories; Lack of sleep - insomnia, Disturbed sleep- sleep apnea and Excessive sleep - Narcolepsy. Insomnia is the most common and is caused by several factors such as stress, anxiety, depression, worry and other emotional and psychological problems. These disorders have a lot of negative effect on the…

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