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    During the preparation stage, a person is preparing to take the necessary steps to change (Capuzzi & Stauffer, 2012). Eighth Week/Session Ted enter this week having some experience in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. He shares his first experience in stating to others, “I am Ted and I am an alcoholic.” He stated it felt “right” to share that with other members of the meetings. Although Ted reported having sleep issues and difficulty during late evenings, his relationship with his daughter…

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    scared, nervous, and definitely not motivated to get behind the wheel. With therapy though that could calm and relax the teens to maybe giving it a try. Trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy is defined as a therapy “Which includes revisiting the accident site and graded exposure to fearful stimuli, can help patients to overcome their fears, but it can pose practical problems” (Williams, 2010). With this kind of therapy, it could end up leaving the teen really relaxed and ready or it could…

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    in place for Jennifer that will identify the link between her thoughts, feelings, and behavior that has become problematic for her and have produced the negative and distorted thoughts she has about herself and her life. CBT is a problem focused therapy, which will help Jennifer analyze the effects of her thought process in regards to her feelings and behaviors (Temple, 2014). These goals will also address Jennifer’s need to self-medicate with marijuana along with Jennifer attending a narcotics…

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    Case Report: Winnie Kent / Anxiety and Related Disorders DSM 5 Separation Anxiety Disorder Carmassi, Gesi, Massimetti, Shear, and Dell’Osso (2015) note, “Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is an inappropriate and excessive anxiety concerning separation, actual or imagined, from home or major attachment figures, causing clinically significant distress or impairment in functioning.” Further, Carmassi et al. (2015) highlight the manifestation of the disorder as a continuous and recurrent stress in…

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    Association of America). Anxiety and depression can be linked to some physical medical disorders or issues, including Irritable Bowel Syndrome, diabetes, and heart disease (Mayo Clinic Staff). A specific treatment could be cognitive behavioral therapy, which is a common type of “talk therapy” with a limited number of meetings with a counselor and focuses on changing thought processes and behaviors. (Mayo Clinic Staff). A specific homeopathic (natural or home remedy) treatment, could be…

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    When it comes to the case study of Shellie, my primary diagnosis of her would be that she is suffering from PTSD. PTSD is one of many mental health conditions that occurs when an individual is suffering from a terrifying experience, that in a way they had no control over what the outcome could be, even if they wanted. In this case Shellie was a young vulnerable 19 year old girl that maybe fell into the wrong crowd, and ended up being taken advantage of in a unpleasant way that no one should ever…

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    Description of Group When an examination was done at a Christian denominational church in a Sunday school class, there were many particular findings. In this group members meet every Sunday morning for an hour and a half and are presented with a structured lesson. This gathering consists of roughly fifteen participants but attendance occasionally varies. This is largely due to the fact that anyone is welcome to join or leave the discussion at any time. The group contains a mixture of dissimilar…

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    Abstract Main character from the film “Benny & Joon” directed by Jeremiah Clechkik displays numerous symptoms indicating a mental illness. The symptoms narrowed down to three main categories: schizophrenia, autism, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The acknowledgement of a specified disordered is not given during the film. Throughout the paper, referencing details from the film, characters will be analyzed concerning their mental illness. Keywords:…

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    Growth Mindset Book Report

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    Mindset: The New Psychology of Success In Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Dr. Carol Dweck, Ph.D. did a phenomenal job of theorizing the correlation between success and an individual’s mindset. She started off with the main theme and theory of the book which was an individual’s mindset plays a large factor in their successes. Dr. Dweck categorized the two mindsets into “fixed” mindset and “growth” mindset. The ultimate theme of this book was that an individual’s mindset could determine…

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    actively collaborated with David from the beginning, empathized with him, adapted my therapeutic style so we both would feel comfortable in the room, and to alleviate any distress. Within the first two sessions, David opened up to me and has taken therapy and coping tools to heart. In order to maintain my therapeutic alliance, I assessed my own skill set by asking the client at the end of most sessions how he felt in the room and if there were anything I could have done better (Beck, 2005). To…

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