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  • Most Workable Ego State In Borderline Patients
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    BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER Copyright 1999 John M Rathbun MD DEFINITION - a pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affect, and marked impulsiveness, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts HISTORY: this diagnosis has been used over the past 30 years to label patients who get therapists upset. BPD has become the most diagnosed and researched personality disorder. EPIDEMIOLOGY: two or three per cent of the general population a...
  • Study Of The Brains Behavior
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    Neurobiology is a theory that deals with the brain and your nerves. It determines if you are a left or right brain person. One of the theorists is named Roger Sperry. He was a very big neuro biologist. A disease that deals with this theory is ADD / ADHD. Neurophysiology is the study of the brains behavior. Personality affects how a person will behave in certain situations. Human's attitudes are determined by their environments, personal preferences and dislikes all reflex their everyday actions....
  • More Destructive Lesch Nyhan Patients
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    Lesch Nyhan SyndromeLesch Nyhan Syndrome (LNS) was first reported in 1964 by Michael Lesch and William L. Nyhan. It is a rare disorder located on the x chromosome. It is a sex-linked trait, which means that it is passed from mother to son. This condition can be inherited or occur spontaneously as a result of a genetic mutation. It usually appears once in every 100,000 male births. Since the defective gene is recessive, females almost never exhibit symptoms of the disease. However, they can be ca...
  • McMurphy's Behavior
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    Theoretical Approaches 2 Many theoretical approaches may be used when assessing the behavior of the characters in "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest". The characters are thought to be mentally ill, however when examining them through the use of the theoretical approaches one realizes that there may be no problems with the characters at all. Nurse Rachet, a head nurse that conducts group therapy and dispenses medications, could be responsible for the character's behavior. Nurse Ratchet consistently...
  • Cause Of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
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    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that traps people in endless cycles of repetitive thoughts and behaviors and must repeat certain actions over and over to relieve that stress or to obtain from danger. Pierre Janet described obsessive-compulsive disorder by using the term psychasthenia. Sigmund Freud described obsessions and compulsions as psychological defenses used to deal with sexual and aggressive conflicts in the unconscious mind (Bruce Bo...
  • Bulimic Behavior 2 The Patient
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    BULIMIA Many young women have developed abnormal eating-related behavior. The growing preoccupation with slimness has caused girls and young women to feel overweight or fat, even if they are of normal weight. Many young women have developed abnormal eating-related behaviors. Now, slimness, which is seen as synonymous with self-discipline and control, is the desired goal. Mitchell (1990) said that young women are expected to be attractive and domestic in traditional feminine roles, also to be ind...
  • Linehan's Dialectical Behavior Therapy
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    Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a challenging condition that has received a surfeit of attention in the literature on personality disorders. The notorious difficulties in treating BPD patients have resulted in many theories and practices as clinicians attempt to make headway in treating people who are frequently suicidal and therapy-aversive, but whose intense psychological pain draws therapists in to their world. The diagnosis itself is often problematic; a key point is that as a perso...
  • Morality In Therapy 5 Of The Patients
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    Morality in Therapy 2 In the world of psychology, there are many perspectives on what will be therapeutically most effective. There have been several therapists who have created and improved upon the therapeutic techniques that help clients today, but sometime unconventional approaches bred new tactics in the fight against mental illness. During My Practicum I took the initiative to see how the unconventional measures up to the conventional. I started in a psychiatric center and then moved on to...
  • Behavioral Techniques With Cognitive Therapy Techniques
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    The Behavior Therapies Behavior Therapies The treatment of disorders (can be either mental or physical) by the use of either psychological needs or by the use of medicinal needs is called therapy. Therapy involves talking with a trained professional about things such as symptoms, problems, and understanding one's self. Therapists help patients in many ways: ? Help patients understand and cope with their illnesses.? Empathize with their patients and help them understand why they behave the way th...

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