The first one is the fact that people cannot be think as separate from their relationships. Since relationships are one of the core factors in our life, it would be inevitable to be effected by them in different ways. The way we chose to deal with these relationships may be maladaptive and we need to learn a better way of dealing. PIT enables the therapist and patient to work on the present feelings and thoughts, which may arise in current therapeutic relationship. Even if these feelings and thoughts appears in the therapy sessions, they are also patterns of thinking and feeling in real life settings.
They work so hard in keeping up the appearance of being a good person; it’s only natural that you believe them, or find it hard to accept their true nature at first, despite being confronted with evidence of their antisocial behavior. Of course, only a trained professional can formally diagnose someone as a sociopath or psychopath. But if you see that associating with someone is doing more harm than good, it may be time to evaluate your relationship with that person. Denial will only cause you further problems down the line.
Sociological Paradigms A clear understanding of Donna Gaines’ Teenage Wasteland is important for the clarification of the choice of sociological paradigm in this regard. The issues and questions raised by Gaines (1990) are sensitive issues that are of great reality, even nowadays. In most cases, different reasons are raised based on how kids commit suicides, especially when they are frustrated and do not have whom to interact with to explain their pains, their wants, and their desires.
To properly improve Mental Health Care, first we must look toward mental health care and how Autonomy and Paternalism play a vital role when discussing the improvement of this health care service, especially for children and adolescents. Mental health care is often treated in a paternalistic type of care and often not with an autonomous viewpoint. This is primarily due to the mental state the patient is in and can result in the individual not being able to make the proper decisions to improve his or her well-being. A balance between both Paternalism and Autonomy must be regarded so that the patient receiving the care is given the best possible treatment that is equal and fair. When a patient is being treated for their mental health disorder,
Secondly, special educational programs are also useful when it comes to treating ASD. Because ASD affects people’s minds, special education programs must be used to teach them how to interact, communicate and work. Hopefully that would help them to acquire good jobs in the future. The third treatment that has been used a lot is behavioral therapy, and usually there are no real attempts for this therapy even with its great effectiveness. It focuses on making the autistic person’s surrounding environment, convenient, and how he or she is involved in it.
So how does one go about treating individuals with this particular disorder? The truth behind this personality disorder is complex, and treatment is just as complex—but recently, a new set of guidelines are being produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health which states that it will cover the prevention, treatment and management of this disorder. One of the key components of the treatment method of these guidelines are group-based cognitive and behavioral interventions that focus on reducing, offending, and other antisocial behavior that extends to those in the community (Duggan, 2009). Even knowing this guideline
Whilst the theories and beliefs of existentialism and mindfulness are often perceived as being the exact opposite of each other, they are both focused to helping the client move on from difficult time. I.e. these therapies focused on helping the individual self-discover the healing process, leading to improve self-esteem. Both approaches aim to help the client to develop their behaviour and to heal and grow inside as individuals, accepting all the suffering such as fear and sadness and dealing with them; even though their execution is very different in both modalities (Langdridge, 2010, p.1). Existentialism is about acceptance of the fate and face the word with courage and passion. Mindfulness is focus on awareness of the present moment (Barker, 2010, p.).
Lansford et al, 2002). Studies centered around child abuse have shown that the emotional distress caused during the time they were abused often follows them into their later years of adulthood. During childhood years, however, the biggest causation of abuse was the overuse of physical and emotional punishment instead of a strongly implemented rewards system during discipline. Though rewards are commonly used in school systems to encourage good behavior in children, the most common form of discipline in households are punishments. Because of this, the abuse, often found in the overuse of punishments such as coercion, public humiliation, spanking or other types of physical harming, time out or confinement, and yelling, can have long term effect and are more likely leave emotional
CRIME OR CHILDISH ACTION? Adolescence years which are the most important times of someone 's life are about self-awareness, searching for a new identity, formation of personality and not only physical but also mental changes and it can be affected by anything. Along with changing hormones and environment where student lives or is exposed to, there may be observed violent behaviors and/or bullying actions. Bullying can have different connotation for different people but as a dictionary definition, it means abuse and mistreatment of someone vulnerable by someone stronger, more powerful ( Marriam-Webstar Dictionary). Among the students, especially in the high schools, bullying is some kind of power-seeking and it is a common behavior.
Occupational therapy can help a person with Asperger’s thrive physically, emotionally, and socially. As previously stated, if these symptoms were to be left alone, these children and adults would be subjected to bullying, ridiculed, and social isolation due to them being naïve and having concrete views of the world resulting in being vulnerable. Through occupational therapy intervention, this cycle can be interrupted by helping the patient adjust their sensory system. This means, “gaining the physical abilities needed to succeed, acquire valuable social, prevocational, and play skills, and improve their overall ability to function.” Through this intervention, one can not only learn to succeed in the classroom but when the time comes, uphold employment.
Psychopaths The psychopathic population have antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). ASPD is a disorder that cannot be cured, but treatment is recommended to help maintain and control their disorder (Grohol, 1995). Some or most signs of ASPD are usually seen in early childhood, however, the cannot be properly diagnosed until the late teenage or early adult years (Grohol, 1995).
However, individual therapies have their own limited usefulness outside these conditions, which is why group therapy is much favored over it. This is because group therapy is in itself more challenging and supportive, since drug addicts undergoing similar addiction experiences come together to help one