Based on Joe’s vignette, he should seek cognitive-behavior therapy, which combines faulty thinking with faulty behavior; moreover, since Joe’s behavior is described as extreme sensitivity to criticism and paranoia, including, his mental concern that he might be schizophrenic considering that both his parents are, cognitive-behavior therapy would focus on changing Joe’s behavior as well as checking the validity of his irrational beliefs in consideration that it is a possibility that he may not have
to lose, to make a mistake.” And we learn the most through failure. Merryman continues on with her argument by using multiplies different types studies she has found. Merryman also use multiple scientific studies she has found to help her prove her point.
The study by Child Abuse and Neglect and the Brain—A Review Authors Danya Glaser First published: January 2000Full publication history DOI: 10.1111/1469-7610.00551, that the shows that injury can cause some terrible affects to the brain which in turn affects the attachment with the child and parent. Whole this damage of the brain can affect the physical ability to have secure attachment, issues relating to the cognitive ad emotions; behaviour of the child also comes into play. A child who has is unaware of the response from the carer giver will have unsecure attempt (reference text
Society considers strangeness as frightening, especially if it is sudden, loud, hostile, or violent. So, this belief may be applied to individuals with disabilities, such as Jessy, and they may be discriminated as a result. Clara mentioned that in the seventies, children like Jessy are called psychotic and there was a misconception that autism and schizophrenia was the same. There was little known about the different conditions, which made it more difficult to recognize and distinguish disorders from one another. In addition, Clara described an experience when a religious acquaintance told them there are still church rituals to cast out demons and that they should exorcised Jessy; thus, suggesting that people with disabilities are evil.
Add resentment and anger to a lack of compassion and you have a dangerous person in process... Multi-placed children are referred to as psychopaths in the making,” (Striking Back in Anger: Delinquency and Crime in Foster
Gardner’s concept of PAS is based on his own clinical observations and research, in which he believed that the recent increase of allegations of sexual abuse brought in custody disputes where the result of a child suffering from PAS makes false allegations of abuse created by the alienating parent (usually the mother). A. The PAS Doctrine Gardner defined PAS as a disorder, in which the child during a custody dispute begins a campaign of denigration against the targeted parent, without justification. The disorder results from “the combination of a programming (brainwashing) parent’s indoctrinations and the child’s own contributions to the vilification of [a] target[ed] parent.” When referring to brainwashing he refers to the active and conscious attempt of the alienating parent “to deliberately bring about the
As one of the children from around the world that was once a victim of spanking and as a science major and hopefully a future doctor, I must say that I am torn on the topic of spanking. My research has led me to different opinions on spanking, it has taught me the good use of spanking in child’s discipline which many adults have tried to convince me of several times. My research also showed me how spanking can lead to the destruction of a child by damaging a child’s brain and making them prone to mental diseases and lowering their intelligence and memory. It also showed me how spanking can lead to physical abuse and bad behaviors. Combined with personal experience, my research made me see that not all spanking is necessarily bad for children.
Whether spanking is helpful or harmful to children continues to be the source of debate among both researchers and the public. Many argue that spanking your children helps inforce good behavior and is a form of discipline for the bad. Although this maybe the reason why parents spank their own children many say spanking is a form of abuse. They say spanking your child can cause mental health problems and can cause negative outcomes.
Non offending mother and father not most effective ought to assist their youngsters get over maltreatment, but additionally need to address their personal complicity in permitting the maltreatment to arise, or in failing to apprehend the signs and symptoms of abuse of their children. The presence of toddler abuses and neglect in a network reflects attitudes about toddler rearing, punishment, and popularity of violence as a solution to issues.” (pop center.org) ultimately, because many types of child maltreatment are crimes, and due to the fact the effects of infant abuse and overlook consist of delinquency, substance abuse, and violence, efforts to lessen the prevalence of toddler abuse and neglect are important to lengthy-term public health and public protection efforts
Freud believed that children who experienced infantile amnesia had been children that had repressed inappropriate sexual thoughts of one’s mother. However, not many theorists have agreed with Freud’s sexual overtones and instead believe infantile amnesia can be attributed to more cognitive explanations (Bjorklund, 2012). One cognitive explanation that has received some attention has been the idea that infants and toddlers, compared to older children and adults, encode information differently, which could affect the way infants and toddlers organize and store memories. Psychologists like Jean Piaget have observed how the nature of representation within childhood significantly changes from infancy to late childhood (Bjorklund, 2012). This change could explain why reconstruct memories recalled with adult schemes can become a problem when trying to remember events and experiences created during infancy and early
Dana’s history of maltreatment, both from her birth family and foster families, may have been the cause of the lengthy list of social problems that followed. Poor outcomes are associated with children who are abused, runaway, and have a drug dependency problem. Literature has shown that children who are sexually abused as children have high risk of being a victim of commercial sexual exploitation, become addicts, and becoming pregnant as adolescents. Foster parents are supposed to protect children, yet Dana was exposed to additional abuse in out of home care. She was reunified to her parents
The Caparo case might seem to be weakened on the third-party liability part. For example, there are occasions where responsibilities fall on related parties when it comes to dealing with public health, especially on the mental health. The children are sometimes affected due to mental illness as a result of the carelessness of their parents. Here, the symptoms leading to mental affection would fall on the parents, and hence they are legally responsible for the causes. Similarly, Fidelity would have to be accountable for the damages caused to Caparo.
In some cases, they can have a history of sexual abuse within the family which is the cycle of abuse argument (Finklehor;1984), which can be the reason that leads to them re-enacting their childhood on another, the explanations suggest four various reasons being anger over the abuser, identification with them, career progression and psychological damage from previous abuse (Howitt;1995). With the cycle of abuse being rooted in the psychological development of the person due to their lack of empathy and their addiction to sexual deviant behaviour which plays a role in how the cycle is developed (Bagley et al;1994). Paedophilias use this cycle as an argument to explain their behaviour although there can be issues of how credible this is such as when it comes to female sex offenders when it comes to explaining them, as it is considered that females are more likely to be a victim of sexual abuse as there are more reported male sex offenders than females, which raises the issue of weather female offenders work the same way that males do or dose society see female sex offenders not as serious as a they perceive males
• Psychodynamic Theories The Psychodynamic theory explains child abuse as a “parental dysfunction.” Followers of this theory such as B.F. Steele (1987) stated that ‘the abusive parents submit their children to traumatic experiences similar to those they had endured during childhood.” Therefore, child abuse is explained as a cycle due to the parent having experienced such behaviours from their parents as a child, hence now displays similar behaviours to their child as a parent. • The Sociological Theories There has been much agreement with Steele’s approach, however, it has been criticized to the extent that abuse against children is not necessarily only due to the parents’ experiences as a child but the abuse of children can also be as a