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What is the evidence for the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice
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The basis of cognitive behavior therapy is to make people think of what can affect how they think and how they behave. When an individual… ears to be more effective in treating alcohol abusers and those that are undergoing depression researchers from the Rand Corporation have noted that depressive symptoms are common in individuals who abuse alcohol or any…
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Treatment of Alcohol Addiction
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The effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice Name Institutional affiliation Tutor Date The effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice 1.1 Introduction Cognitive behavior therapy can be referred to as talking therapy that assists people who are experiencing mental difficulties (Beck, 2009).…
Counseling Therapies and Substance Abuse
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Running head: COUNSELING THEORIES Counseling therapies and substance abuse Counseling Theories as Applied to Substance Abuse Patients Introduction Various counseling theories can be applied to substance abuse patients. These theories and therapies are meant to target different goals in mental health and substance abuse treatment.… For the most part, these…
Cognative Behavioural Therapy CBT
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Cognitive behavior therapy in treating substance addictions Introduction A solution to human problems should be found in their minds. Cognitive behavior therapy in treating addictions to alcohol and drugs is focused on in-minds transformations. This therapy has a specific characteristic in comparison with other kinds of treatment.… What is CBT? There are…
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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Cognitive Behavior is the study of human disorder from what they think and from what they do. It focuses on the problem and difficulties in human behavior such as: depression, anxiety, panic and phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder cause by drug addiction.… Failed to solved the problem within can cause fear or anger and self-defeating or damaging behavior.…
The Effects of Animal Assisted Therapy on Anxiety and Depression Among Nursing Home Patients
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Running Head: ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY REDUCES ANXIETY & DEPRESSION The Effects of Animal Assisted Therapy on Anxiety and Depression among Nursing Home Patients Abstract Animal Assisted Therapy is now used widely as it has healing power to treat psychological, ill health, behavioral and cognitive factors.… This research showed successful positive results as to…
Awareness and Provision of Animal-Assisted Therapy within the Disability sector
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Awareness and Provision of Animal-Assisted Therapy within the Disability Sector Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Literature Review Introduction Therapy can simply be understood as a process by which a person is subjected to treatment which may be physical, behavioral or mental.… Therapy as a process starts with a person contacting the therapist to resolve…
Critically discuss a therapeutic intervention used in mental health practice i.e. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in schizophrenia. Learning Outcomes: (1) Articulate the challenges of working in accordance with contemporary mental health policy guida
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Cognitive behavioral therapy used in the management of schizophrenia is one of the many interventions that can be used in patients suffering from schizophrenia. Schizophrenia on the other hand refers to any of the several psychotic disorders that are characterized by… This will focus on the available studies and systemic reviews existing on this type of…
How can cognitive behaviour therapy be modified to fit the needs of young children
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Cognitive therapy comes from the cognitive model that connects thoughts, feelings, and behavior (Waxler, 2004, p1). The therapy considers that an individual can… The client works together with the therapist in developing skills relevant for recognizing ill full thoughts, testing adjusting beliefs, changing behavior, and how one relates with other people.…
ADHD in Children
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According to an epidemiological research of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), the actual rate of prevalence could be two to three times more than what is actually cited (3-5%) (Paule, et al., 2000).… ADHD is normally diagnosed in childhood, although the symptoms may persist on as they become adolescents and then adults (American Psychiatric…
How does the therapeutic relationship help children to make sense of difficult life experiences
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Regardless of children’s age, health condition and mental ability, each child should be given the privilege to play in order to help them enhance their cognitive, physical and emotional development as they grow older. Given that playing is an important part of children’s… To determine how play therapy could enable children to positively deal difficulties in…
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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For confidentiality and ethical purposes of this paper, I will call the client Mrs. Gill. Further, details of the clinical case including medical… Caring for patients with mental and behavioral disorders requires integration of clinical skills, professional knowledge, interpersonal skills and experiences. The central activity in practice is therefore, that of…
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychosis
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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychosis by Your Name SID # Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychosis Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that aims to help one to manage his/her problems by changing how they think and act.… It is brief, time-limited and uses between-session practices as a central feature. Several models and theories of…
Music Therapy: Helping Children in the Autism Spectrum
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Considered as the universal language, man has always turned to music for relaxation and comfort. Because of its simplicity, comprehension, universal impact, dynamicity and non-invasiveness, the therapeutic procedure is as effective for children and adolescents as adults.… A general definition of music therapy encompassing its therapeutic use as well as target…
The psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural therapies
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Clinical hypnosis is one of the strategies used by clinicians to treat and help patients manage conditions and issues such as pain relief, smoking problems, self esteem improvement and weight loss among others. One principle of clinical hypnosis is that its use in a clinical setup can only be undertaken upon consultation with a qualified and competent health care provider.…
Autism related to child language disorder/intervention
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In a few decades, it has morphed from a little-known disorder to one of the most prevalent illnesses in children (diagnosis is especially common in children below 12 years). As its prevalence… In addition to this, it is now clear that autistic children are vulnerable to a particular cognitive defect related to language impairment (Koegel, Koegel & Surratt,…
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy intervention for adolescents with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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The characteristic symptoms associated with PTSD re-experiencing of trauma, trying to avoid the stimuli associated with the trauma… A person that has PTSD my show side effects of; flashbacks, awful dreams about the experience, abstaining from speaking or considering knowledge, feeling numb inwardly, sadness, diminished action, crabbiness, outrage, blame, rest…
The Use of PlayTherapy in Treating Toddlers by The Health Care Profession
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One of the basic requirements of physical therapists (PTs) who are working with physically disabled toddlers is to have the right therapeutic skills and knowledge. (CWDC, 2007) The special skills acquired by the physical therapists will enable them to meet the special needs and… Therefore, play therapy is considered as an important part of physiotherapy when…
Research Proposal
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Cognitive behavioral therapy and psychodynamic psychotherapy are two prominent therapeutic approaches for the treatment of different kinds of disorders and psychological diseases. Literature review suggests contrasting views about the relative efficacy of cognitive behavioral… This will be achieved by a review of meta-analyses of comparisons between the…
Developments of research on Alzheimer's
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Alzheimer’s Disease is a “progressive and irreversible brain disorder that is manifested in dementia, motor lesions, and behavioral deficits” (Welsh, 2006, p.88). In the United States, Alzheimer’s Disease affects nearly a tenth of the population above 65 years of age;… The relationship of neuropathological features of Alzheimer’s Disease to the emergence of…
Alzheimers Disease
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In the paper “Alzheimer’s Disease” the author investigates new developments in research related to protective therapies and treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s Disease is a “progressive and irreversible brain disorder that is manifested in dementia, motor lesions, and behavioral deficits”.…
Theories of Therapy
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Theories of Psychotherapy" Abstract Psychotherapy encompasses all the techniques and processes that are related with the treatment of mental health, emotional well-being and psychiatric disorders. Psychotherapy empowers the individual to understand self, find out reasons that are responsible for inducing positivity and enable the patients to realize their strengths and accept their weaknesses.…
Music as a Treatment for Illness
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This article examines music resistance in non-humans, the physical and psychological effects of music, associated psychological theories, the way that this research is applied in music therapy, arguments against the use of music as a treatment for illness and future perspectives for research and practice. … According to the research music plays a significant…
NRS409 - Psychosocial Interventions in Mental
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The mood of an individual reflects his or her pervasive and enduring state of mental and emotional health where as the affect refers to the external expression of the emotional state of the client. Sometimes, people go through sadness, moments of depression, low energy level and… Such mood alterations are considered normal to life until they do not interfere…
Learned Theories and My Thoughts on Counseling
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Learned Theories and My Thoughts on Counseling Abstract Counseling sessions have been playing an important role in improving the behavioral traits and positive thinking process among individuals in order to assist them to lead a prosperous life. In this essay, I wish to convey my perceptions regarding counseling and also assess my qualities to deliver the service in the betterment of my clients and the overall community on the whole.…
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