is generally accepted or appropriate at his/her age, ethnic or cultural norms that it starts effecting the learning capabilities of the child as well as child’s self care, personal adjustment, social relationships, class room or work behaviors are effected. All of these difficulties are displayed in multiple environments one of which is school.
Children with EBD show this kind of emotional or behavior problems even after significant support and intervention and show their deviated attitude at multiple occasions and environments which adversely affect their learning capabilities. A very important point to note in this scenario is that this kind of emotional deprived behavior is not a response to a stress present in their learning environment.
However this emotional behavior disorder definition is still very indistinct. The characteristics that pass as symptoms of EBD are oblique. Fear or differential teacher tolerance, antisocial behavior could be due to any of the external pressures faced by the children for example, separation of the parents, poverty or any other social condition. However, if the child is emotionally disturbed curriculum modification or direct skill learning will not diminish the problem. The child requires an alternate group setting within a regular school environment in order to learn. These programs focusing mainly on; self care social behavior, anger management, anxiety reduction and behavioral control. These programs teach the children to relocate skills learned in these courses to other environments as well. For this essay we will select a special educator, a regular educator, a parent and an administrator’s views to operate and organize a SPED team for EBD.
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Generally, the subtypes of personality disorders are classified on the basis of severity and the symptoms of the disorder. The most severe personality disorders are classified as Antisocial or Psychopathic or borderline disorders. These severe disorders often result in causing the patient to have a conflicting behavior with the society.
Histrionic personality disorder is a kind of personality disorder which causes people to behave in an unusually and extremely dramatic and emotional manner. This kind of behavior draws people’s attention towards the individual displaying it. To date, doctors are not very clear about the cause of histrionic personality disorder, though early childhood incidents and genes are two factors that are fundamentally held responsible for the histrionic personality disorder.
However, the nature of attention required might be different according to the circumstances. Emotional behavior disorder refers to the term in which behavioral and emotional responses of a child becomes so different from his generally accepted or appropriate at his/her age, ethnic or cultural norms that it starts effecting the learning capabilities of the child as well as child’s self care, personal adjustment, social relationships, class room or work behaviors are effected.
When the mood component occurs, it may appear to be either elevated or depressed or these characteristics may appear at the same time, alternating with each other or occurring together, which brings about a distortion in the affected person’s perception.
To some extent, schools and teachers too are responsible for such a turbulent eruption. Irresponsible and unresponsive behavior is not the prerogative of parents; it could come from teachers too.
In a deep analysis of Colorado and Georgia shootings, Bender et al call for the identification of the 'invisible kids' before some more young lives are butchered.
It is a long-term disorder, and requires careful management by way of lifestyle changes to manage across the lifespan. This paper will review the literature pertaining to bipolar disorder. Firstly a description of the psychosocial disorder will be presented.
Bipolar disorder is often regarded as a hereditary disease, which transfers from parents to children and other blood relations including grandchildren and nephews. There exists a strong misconception about the disease that since it is a hereditary disease, and there exists no other reason behind this disorder, so it cannot be cured completely; rather, the duration of fits could be controlled and mitigated.
The researcher states that borderline personality disorder is a state in which an individual is likely to suffer from frequent and sudden mood swings and experience a surge of emotions. During this period, the individual is likely to suffer from prolonged functional disturbances in their personality.