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Mental Health Promotion Project
Pages 6 (1506 words)
MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION PROJECT This report is an attempt to document the outcomes of a Mental Health Promotion project that was carried out by the Psychiatric Assessment Ward for a 35 year old male patient who had been diagnosed with Clinical Depression. It documents the assessment, the objectives set for treatment, the interventions chosen to meet those objectives and the evaluation of the success obtained via the said interventions.
This definition does not focus on the mere absence of illness or disease; but also on the presence of wellness on multiple factors. This concept is in opposition to the way in which many clinicians view the concept of health. Often the emphasis is on the absence of symptoms of illness; and medical professionals forget to attend to the presence of wellness. While this may or may not be as significant with illnesses of a purely physical nature; such a narrow perspective may not be adequate when dealing with problems that affect mental health. While House (2002) and Seeker (2005) claim that focusing on the symptoms and pathology helps keep a focus on resolution of symptoms and encourages a curer's approach; it needs to be mentioned that a person who is diagnosed and receiving help may be feeling better in part due to the fact that he or she is experiencing being cared for as against someone who is not receiving care. Squire (2002) has noted that someone who does not share the competencies with the rest of the population could be termed as unhealthy; something that is rather unfair. A better definition is that of the Health Education Authority (HEA) (1997) which includes emotional and spiritual resilience. ...
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