(Roleff 107). Usually, when abuse is reported, it gets dealt with. But many still won’t tell anyone for various, substantial reasons. Some being that they blame themselves for the unhealthy relationships, they have an emotional attachment to the abuser, and, if they have children, the fear that the abuser will take custody if they leave or report them. Domestic violence can be hard to recognize by an outside person because the victim might be isolated or can act like nothing is happening behind the scenes.
A lot of times when people hear and talk about domestic abuse, the lines are blurred around the term victim. Too many times people forget the true meaning of that word, especially concerning instances of domestic violence. There are many reasons why victims stay. Some victims believe that love is something that is strong enough to conquer even the worst of obstacles. In the eyes of these victims, the individual that they fell in love with and their abuser are practically two different people.
In the previous paragraph, we understand that the psychological problems trafficking causes can be just as devastating as the physical problems. When people discuss human trafficking, they often are confused as to why the victim didn’t just leave or tell someone. It is an accepted notion that majority of sexually exploited women have a degree of freedom; they are allowed to walk about the streets, allowed to contact “John’s”, and communicate with other women in the same business. However, what people often lack to understand the serious psychological grip that many traffickers have on their victims. In Theresa’s case, she had legitimate reason to believe that her family’s well-being would be in jeopardy if she refused to work or left the Chaldeans.
Another factor is the stigma that many cultures attach to mental health issues. In some cultures, being open about mental health struggles can lead to “social isolation and social sanctions” (Chaze, Thomson, George, & Guruge, 2015, p.96) Many immigrants are also used to seeing mental health issues as a weakness and fear not being able to trust anyone with their issues (Chaze et al., 2015, p.96). Low levels of English proficiency and the stigma that is attached to mental health are two of the many causes of low levels of mental health literacy among the immigrant population. Mental health literacy can be defined as “the ability to seek information, learn, appraise, make decisions, communicate information, prevent diseases and promote individual, family and community health” (Simich, 2010, p.17).
Many people try to help but if there isn’t a plan, people may waste there time by s =doing the say steps or step can be forgotten leading to laps in patient safety and care. If the leader starts by creating a plan, members are able to follow it and collaborate with others. Both of these skills are connected and essential throughout an emergency. Having each other’s back and providing support is so imperative as well.
Abstract As individuals migrate to the US in search for better opportunities, life does not always turn out to be as easy as they had imagined it would be, with most facing various challenges especially cultural, social, and economic, leading to most questioning their decisions. Most immigrants face culture shock, language barrier, and economic challenges due to inability to secure well-paying jobs, while their children also have to adjust in terms of language, culture, and education. The lack of legal residency of undocumented immigrants also causes individuals to live in fear and is unable to access various resources since they lack the channels to do so. Majority of these individuals need professional help in coping with the language barrier,
Financial abuse, such as being robbed,also sexual abuse for example being sexual abused or raped. There is a common mistaken in what people believe that only abuse happens within a care setting, however this isn 't true. service users can be vulnerable in their community, if they look different or behave differently to the acceptance norms in society, they are easily targeted by groups. Because they believe they will not resist or they believe the vulnerable person is not considered reliable witness if a crime is committed against them due to their vulnerability. Abuse mostly happens in residential care homes, because they provide the potential for abuse to happen to an
Sexuality’s Effects on the Psyche Sexuality is defined as the capacity for sexual feelings relate to a person’s sexual orientation, sexual preference and sexual behavior. In many therapy sessions, clients don’t know how to talk about sexuality and the issues that surround it. Society’s view on sexuality it has made talking about sex awkward and embarrassing, leaving many unable to cope with sexual issues when they arise. But sexuality is a vital part a person’s health, and if these issues are not resolved the patient will not be able to live a flourishing life. Both therapists and patients can feel uncomfortable when talking about sexuality.
If sex offenders are addicted to drugs or alcohol, it is much harder for them to receive help from treatment centers because many of the programs cannot take in sexual offenders. Also, they may face a hardship when it comes to finding a job, because many places will not hire people who have a felony. Sex offenders will also have a hard time finding a place to live because a landlord can refuse to let the offender rent from them. They also have to be a certain distance away from any schools, playgrounds etc. Some risk factors for drug use found with sex offenders include; family history of addiction, being a male, mental health disorders, anxiety, depression, and loneliness.
Ethical Issues in Group Therapy: Involuntary Membership Group psychotherapy is often voluntary, but sometimes members have been mandated by the court or other authorities to participate. Participation is usually easier for voluntary members since it doesn’t have the added psychological barrier of being forced to attend. For this reason, mandated members have difficulty with participation and are sometimes perceived as reluctant (Roth, 2005). It is important that members understand the dynamics within the group and what goals and processes are involved in being a part of that group. This essay will focus on the strategies of assisting group leaders and group members in engaging in the process of psychotherapy by providing informed consent, learning