Other aspects that were found to be common among bipolar II patients include interpersonal conflicts, breakdown of families and instability in marriage (Marneros and Goodwin, 2005, p. 95). What a psychotherapist is supposed to realize is that, people who have a high risk of falling from grace are those with a bi-polar disorder. They are also most likely to get into problems because of failing to adhere to advice or due to the state of their moods. This may lead them into several behaviors that may be risky. It is however paramount for any given psychotherapist to realize that some patients may be required to fail for quite a while before learning from their mistakes and acquiring mastery. Therefore, important nuances for management are being able to leave the door open for the patient to come back at another stage or showing a certain level of leniency in the course of psychotherapy. This is suitable rather than doing away with psychotherapy to someone who seems not to be compliant (Yatham, 2010, p. 350). ...Show more
Running Head: DOES COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY WORK BEST FOR BIPOLAR I OR BIPOLAR II DISORDER? Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy work best for Bipolar I or Bipolar II Disorder? Insert Name Insert Grade Course Insert 9 March 2011 Outline Introduction Research Questions Research Hypothesis Basis and Purpose of the Research Identification of Variables Significance of the Problem Review of the Literature Operational Definitions Data collection method References Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy work best for Bipolar I or Bipolar II Disorder?…
It is evident from the study that G-protein Coupled receptors are found to play a major role in the development of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is a genetic disease caused due to the mutations in the variants of the G-protein coupled receptor kinase 3(GRK3), present in the chromosome 22. The expression of the gene reduces the mood disorder symptoms.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy As an Intervention for New Mothers’ Postpartum Depression and Difficulties with Attachment to Their Newborns. This study aims to test if Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) will be effective in helping women to deal with post partum depression (PPS) and attachment with their newborn infants.
A growing number of people in the United States have notably been diagnosed with BPD. This raises deep concerns regarding appropriate therapies that will be effective and affordable to the public. In collecting the relevant information, various peer-reviewed sources will be used.
Psychological theory indicates that when mothers spend more time engaging in quality activities with children, ranging from nurturing to facilitating a sense of love in the child, they are likely to be better developed emotionally as they enter adulthood and also achieve superior academic success.
OCD usually begins in adolescence or the beginning of adulthood. It causes feelings of extreme fear, panic, and guilt, and forces the patient to perform certain actions. OCD can reach dangerous levels and affect a person's home life, career and relationships, especially when it is left untreated.
tween PTSD, borderline personality disorder and substance abuse disorder, create complications in treatment (Ross, Dermatis, Levounis, and Galanter, 2003).
Before proceeding in this paper, it is necessary to clarify the main theoretical concepts, such as BPD and PTSD. Speaking
Its a disorder in which a persons mood can sometimes swich backwards and forwards between two extremes. At times you feel that you can take on the whole world and that you will succeed. At other times you sink so deeply into a black hole that you think you will
rapeutic animals can improve socialisation, reduce anxiety and arousal, and assist with cognitive and behavioral modification for children, adults, and especially the elderly. Approaches include both individual and group therapy models across settings such as nursing homes,
This study puts forward the hypothesis that CBT may be effective in treating BDM. The existing literature suggests that CBT may be effective because it operates through cognitive restructuring. A mixed