Theoretical Background and relevant studies The literature review Cognitive Bahavioural Therapy for anorexia nervosa: A systematic review by Lisa Galsworthy-Francis and Steven Allan was done in 2013 and provides further information on the effectivity of cognitive behaviour therapy as a treatment for anorexia nervosa. There has been some evidence that medical treatment alone leads to only little - medium improvements and scientist have realized that treatments should address both, physical as well
Dementia is a set of neurodegenerative diseases high prevalence and high personal, family and social impact. During the course of the disease, patients become more dependent on daily life activities, which can result in institutionalisation (Gerrish, and Lacey, 2010). Parallel to cognitive impairment, dementia patients also develop behavioral and psychological symptoms known as neuropsychiatric symptoms. The agitation has been identified as a stressor for the patient and caregiver, which often leads
to therapeutic work (Knapp, 1998). The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of canine-assisted therapy among children who are diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). There is not a lot of research on working interventions that assist a child with poor attachment styles learn positive attachment styles. This study will be able to shed light onto if Canine-Assisted Therapy could help teach positive attachment styles in children who are diagnosed with RAD.
Therapy Dogs as an Emerging Alternative of Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Abstract Many areas of functioning are impaired in the Autistic Spectrum Disorder among children. One such area is Social Interaction (SI), (O’Haire, 2013). There is a marked difference in SI among autistic children, with reduced communication, lack of emotional expression (verbal and nonverbal) and a difficulty in developing and maintaining relationships and processing facial expressions. It has been seen
After purchasing a puppy, I felt happier and much more energetic. But the most surprising thing was how well this tiny little puppy could emotionally connect with the family without knowing what we were saying. This led me to start thinking, how can dogs benefit a person’s
of the realm for research scientists. One renowned research scientist claims that 90% of medical research is wrong. It is a very, very powerful statement: “90% of medical research is wrong.” He tracks 49 of the most highly acclaimed research findings in medicine over the previous 13 years. He puts his contention to the test, not against some random run-of-the-mill researches, or even merely well-accepted research, but against the absolute tip of the research pyramid. These research findings had been
of doing much more for children, especially those with behavioral and psychological disorders? Art therapy stimulates children's natural imagination that is found to be beneficial in treating learning and behavioral disorders, healing traumatic memories, and coping with grief._ #Can Art Therapy Help Children With Behavioral And Emotional Problems? #Cure with Colors, Crayons, and Clay - How Art Therapy Helps Children With Behavioral And Emotional Problems Children with emotional and behavioral problems
Target therapy is one of the modality which used to treatment cancer by attack cancer cell rather than normal through inhibit or block some of protein and enzyme produced by cancer cell, but safety of using it for the management of cancer during pregnancy is still causing debate, therefore the purpose of this position statement is to demonstrate the complication may face the mother and infant as a result of using target therapy during pregnancy. Management plan for patient with cancer during pregnancy
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK SOWK438: FAMILY WELFARE SECOND SEMESTER (2016/2017) LECTURER: DR. ABENA OFORIWAA AMPOMAH DATE: April 18, 2017 Managing conflict in the family: the role of a social worker in sustaining family life research paper study in Accra by Nina Efedi Okoroafor, Student of University of Ghana, Legon. ABSTRACT: A group of people however related by blood, marriage, ancestral ties or adoption has a variety in tolerance levels, anger management issues, and temperaments.
Introduction The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast three psychotherapeutic models, namely, Adlerian Therapy (AT), Aaron Beck’s Cognitive Therapy (CT) and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). The paper covers the similarities and differences of the underlying assumptions and the key concepts of the theories. Next, their therapeutic goals and relationships are explored. Lastly, the techniques and procedures of the therapies are discussed. The conclusion provides an overall summary