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    Throughout human history, people with mental illness have received a different forms of care than patients with medical conditions. After all, injuries and physical diseases have visible symptoms, while symptoms associated with mental illness are typically behavioral. For millennia, those with mental illness were perceived by society as suffering from some sort of crisis of the soul. They were stricken with madness by the gods or possessed by a demon. The treatment for such supernatural…

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    Mental Illness Psychology

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    would not know about. People nowadays are given multiple options for treating their illness, whereas many years ago, mental illness was frowned upon and was not given many or even sane approaches to treatment. Asylums, mental institutions, and psychiatric hospitals have all provided us with the history of how people were treated. I am hoping that after I finish this project, this will guide me to potentially learning as much as I possibly can about the psychology field and…

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    John Hathorne once lived, was where the Danvers State Hospital was built. In the 1870s the Commonwealth of Massachusetts built a psychiatric hospital to house the state’s growing mentally ill population. This building, nicknamed “the castle on the hill” was looked medieval and older than it was because it was made out of local bricks and granite costing $1.5 million to construct. This was surprising to many people…

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    were mentally ill. So they judged them as “crazy” people that can’t be helped. The Third reason is Government’s federal funding, such as Medicaid and Medicare, which all the money went towards community mental health centers as opposed to mental hospitals. The reason for is, since most society didn’t care for or opposed mental institutions. There are more reasons why there was Deinstitulization in the United States of America, but the reasons I have written down were the main reasons why it…

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    The Sane Doing Insane Things Have you ever wondered what it was like in a mental hospital? If you could, would you pose as a patient to get admitted? In 1970 a man by the name of David Rosenhan did exactly that. Rosenhan wanted to determine if psychiatrists could tell the “Sane” from “Insane” apart (Slater 63.) Rosenhan and eight of his cohorts observed how Psychiatrists treated them during their stay. He came to the conclusion that the psychiatrist could not distinguish the “Sane” from…

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    Individualism In China

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    government to poor mental health in China. This kind of response is reflected in Chinese healthcare and psychiatric resources, if any, provided by the Chinese government: “Only 1 in 12 Chinese needing psychiatric care ever sees a professional, according to a study last year in The Lancet, a British medical journal. China has no national mental health law, little insurance coverage for psychiatric care, almost no care in rural communities, too few inpatient beds, too few professionals and a weak…

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    For service providers the need to provide best practice and quality service is utmost importance and within the Social Work field an ethical adherence to the NASW code. As such, there needs to be an increase rather than the decrease in available psychiatric beds, however, simultaneously there needs to be an increase in community outpatient services. The 2012 study found that clinicians reported that 25.8% of cases hospitalization could have been avoided if services outside had been available.…

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    had killed his family. He was convinced that the neighbors, teachers, everyone around him is trying to poison him. The patient was using illegal drugs such as hallucinogens but started using cannabis first. He was has been going on and off to a Psychiatric Facility for a few years and about 8 times. Then, he would be released after 5150 hold is over. His parents were told that they can ask for him to be extended for another 14 days, but his parents did not do that. He would go back to his…

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    A girl with short blue hair, hazel eyes, and a unique style catches everyone’s attention wherever she goes. Her hard life has made her into a strong independent woman. Her voice is unlike any other; her music is filled with stories to tell. Ashley Nicolette Frangipane is a 22-year-old woman who cares about her fans. Ashley was born on September 29, 1994 in New Jersey to Chris and Nicole Frangipane. She has two brothers who she loves dearly but they have definitely made her life pretty chaotic.…

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    I began to be interested in this career two years ago, when I discovered better for my stepmother. She treats children with autism with a master degree in psychology, goes to their homes and gives them therapy, it is not exactly the same as you would an occupational therapist but I 'd say it 's the closest thing I 've seen the area that interests me, Mental Health. That could be considered one of the reasons for my taste for this world also included something happened in my life. When I was…

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