PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS

The opposite of organic factors, functional factors contribute to the development of personality, maintain health and well-being and the structure and course of a...

SOCIAL REHABILITATION

1. The achievement of a higher level of social functioning in people with mental disorders or disabilities. 2. Achievement of a higher level of...

PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS

Social, cultural and environmental influences that affect an individual's or group's mental health and behavior. These may include social situations, relationships, health care and...

BEHAVIOR PATTERN

n. a recurrence of two or more responses which occur in a prescribed arrangement or order. These patterns of behavior develop through operant conditioning....

BLOCKING

n. a phenomenon in which a previously-learned thought process prevents or delays the learning and conditioning of new behavior. It may also be a...

DIAGNOSTIC CENTER

A facility able to evaluate a person's condition.

Using the Triage Assessment Form

  Using the Triage Assessment Form Jordan is a married female that is in fear of not just her safety, but her husband Jake’s as well....

METHODOLOGICAL BEHAVIORISM

is a strand of behaviourism which acknowledges the reality of conscious events but suggests the only way of studying them is through observing behaviour.

NEGATIVE OEDIPUS COMPLEX

In the context of psychoanalytic theory, the negative Oedipus complex is the inverse of the Oedipus complex in which young boys will desire their...

Crisis Diagnosis and Intervention

The hybrid model of crisis intervention model would help provide a flexible approach to help Rita. This model is helpful in breaking the situation...

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