Short Introduction and History Positive Psychology is relatively new in the field of mental health treatment; the ideal gain some inclination before the second world war and died off. Only to be reinvigorated in the early 1950s. Enthusiastically Positive Psychology was brought back into the limelight by Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and Erich Fromm. TheseContinue reading “Introduction to Positive Psychology”
Positive Psychology Approach The Positive Psychology Approach is in a way an umbrella of activities, techniques, exercise, intervention, and coaching. This approach can be used in groups, work settings, employees, and students. This method is utilized to enhance anyone who desires to advance their satisfaction within their personal and professional life. The goal is toContinue reading “Positive Pyshology Approaches”
Epigenetics is the study of the human body’s genomes, what their purpose is, how they are genetically inherited, and influence through environmental (Nutrition, chemical, physical, Psychosocial) factors that can activate or deactivate a single genome. At the change of the century, the genetic mapping of the human strain of DNA was believed to lead toContinue reading “Epigenetic of Drug Use”
The Purpose and Importance of Clinical Assessment in Mental Health Settings There are numerous forms of assessments that are engaging with purpose, importance, effectiveness in clinical settings. Clinical assessments provide a medical professional with reason, emotions, and insight into a client’s thinking process. An assessment will provide a given look at the overall mental capacityContinue reading “Clinical Assessment in Mental Health Settings”
Common Life Skills Missing from Addiction Clients in Counseling There are a variety of life skills that are of necessity required for combating addiction. Self-help, cognitive thinking, critical thinking, job preparedness, financial training, and relapse prevention are all of the equal weight in the addict’s road to recovery. Often more than not some or allContinue reading “Life Skills and Addiction”
Introduction Group counseling attends to those that could benefit from a social group of individuals with common issues that have a desire to reach a common goal. Group therapy tends to be anywhere between five to fifteen people, with at least one health professional presiding over the group. Group therapy sessions are created to treatContinue reading “Leadership in Group Therapy”
Introduction Personality Tests are a way of determining the human’s constructs of personality. Most tests are of self-assessment with some outside observers. However, the self-assessment method can be misleading. It allows for improper motivation and poor self-actualization for answering self-identifying information. In addition, a self-assessment can lead to deception of test results to hide trueContinue reading “Personality Testing”
Short Introduction and History Positive Psychology is relatively new in the field of mental health treatment; the idea gain some inclination prior to the Second World War and died off. Only to be reinvigorated in the early 1950s. Enthusiastically, Positive Psychology was brought back into the limelight by Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and Erich Fromm.Continue reading “Tenets and Treatment Through Positive Psychology Strategies Involving Multicultural Aspects”
Introduction (A Brief History of Assessment) Psychological assessments are an important and integral part of the psychiatric care. Psychological assessment garden information from a client in an effort to determine their mental framework. Through the process of interviewing we can gain insight to the clients family history such as: mental disorder (schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, autism,Continue reading “Assessments”
Short Introduction and History Positive Psychology is relatively new in the field of mental health treatment; the ideal gain some inclination prior to the second world war and died off. Only to be reinvigorated in the early 1950s. Enthusiastically Positive Psychology was brought back into the limelight by Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and Erich Fromm.Continue reading “Positive Psychology”
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