Validity of the scale was assessed by correlating objective burden rating with subjective burden, as reported by the relatives of the patient. The correlation found to be 0.72, which was considered significant. The scale though primarily devised for patients of psychotic disorder, can be used with neurotic patients, patients with alcohol or drug dependence, mental retardation and physical
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY JOURNAL ARTICLE REVIEW (Efficacy of Therapeutic Approach) Perceiving Normality in Clients as a Potent Social-Cognitive Treatment Approach John H. Riskind, Michael Bombardier, & Catherine Ayers Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2006, pp. 249-260 I. Main Argument John H. R., Michael B., & Catherine A. focused on social-cognitive approach.
It was also concluded that the effect on depression/anxiety was brought about by self-compassion. Although the study was successful and showed positive results, it would be better to use larger sample size for the purpose of a substantial
This is a type of focused meditation that will help the client experience inner quietness. It will also help him reduce stress hormones by activating the parasympathetic nervous system (Bergland, 2016). According to a research study developed to find the benefits of Hypnosis and CBT when treating Acute Stress Disorder, it was found that hypnosis may be useful in facilitating the treatment effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for clients who experience posttraumatic stress. Thus, combining CBT with hypnosis can help the client reduce reexperiencing symptoms (Bryant, Moulds, Guthrie, & Nixon, 2005). Therefore, the client will be encouraged to join hypnotherapy sessions.
The romantic red effect fits in with the color-in-context theory. The color-in-context theory proposes that colors have specific meanings that have connotations for psychological functions. The romantic red hypothesis and the color-in-context theory relate because Elliot showed if certain colors have a specific meaning, the way that color is seen produces a certain affect, behavior, and cognition associated with that stimuli. His work also showed that the color red has a positive behavior effects in a relational context yet has a negative meaning in an achievement context.
Introduction Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) are a set of theories that endeavour to solve patient’s contemporary problems. Some of these theories include Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Rational Behavior Therapy, Rational Living Therapy, Cognitive Therapy and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. However, throughout this work, we will be focusing mainly on Beck’s cognitive behavioural therapy. It is important to note that all CBT treatments are characterized by certain features. Firstly it is a highly structured, evidence based-treatment that aims to address patient’s current problems.
According to another clear definition, resilience is the difference between those who recover well after adversity and those who remain devastated and unable to move ahead (Luthans et al., 2010: 47). The term psychological resilience was first brought into positive organizational behavior (POB) literature by Fred Luthans (2002). He defined resilience as the positive psychological capacity to rebound, to 'bounce back' from adversity, uncertainty, conflict, failure or even positive change, progress and increased responsibility (Luthans, 2002: 702). Masten and Reed (2002) referred to resilience as a class of phenomena characterized by patterns of positive adaptation in the context of significant adversity or risk, and they argued that resilient individual could thrive through positive adaptation to adversities encountered (Siu et al., 2014: 981). Academic research into resilience began in the 1960s by Norman Garmezy, a professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota.
“People may not be aware of is the beneficial effects exercise can have on mental health. The positive effects of exercise on mental health can be categorized into prevention of mental illness, treatment of mental disorders, and improvement in general mental and physical wellbeing both for those with mental illnesses and those without,” Dr Nelson
Vecchio reports that data demonstrates an equal efficacy amongst ethnicities. The author continues to discuss risk factors such as victims of bullying that have shown significant improvement in symptoms with CBT or IPT. These findings will be helpful in assessing the available treatments and their effectiveness. Zenlea, I. S., Milliren, C. E., Mednick, L., & Rhodes, E. T. (2014). Depression screening in adolescents in the united states: A national study of ambulatory office-based practice.
However, it is possible that moderate level of anxiety may have positive effects such as increased concentration and logical thinking. It further motivates individuals to take actions and cope in order to reduce the feeling of distress and anxiety. Thus, moderate level of anxiety may be good in doing tasks efficiently. In conclusion, although there are many theories that could explain the generation of emotion, SPAARS model provides a more holistic explanation of generation, transition of emotions as well as emotion coupling. Both episodes involve the generation of negative emotions, which could be generated through the appraisal route like anger in both episodes and guilt in the first episode as well as through the associative route, involving more unconscious and automatic processing, for the emotion of anxiety in the second