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Examination of the factors that contribute to depression among young women aged 15 to 25 of age in the UK

| February 9, 2017

Abstract This dissertation identifies the factors that contribute to a mental health problem (depression) among young women 15 to 25 of age in the UK. The literature review revealed that the young women aged 15 to 25 are exposed to the risk of being depressed as a result of the interplay between biological and environmental […]

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Assess the use of cognitive counselling approach to help the client through the process of change and cope with depression.

| December 21, 2012

Introduction This essay will assess the use of cognitive counselling approach to help the client through the process of change and cope with depression.

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What is the link between attachment experiences in early life and psychopathology?

| December 15, 2012

Introduction Attachment theorists argue that early relationships with caregivers are critical, allowing models to be formed for later relationships and serving to facilitate future psychological adaptation (Brown & Wright, 2003). When the quality of early attachment is poor, for example, successful psychological adjustment throughout life may be hindered, potentially leading to the development of psychopathological […]

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How can Mental health recovery be used to inform practice and improve outcomes for patients?

| December 6, 2012

Introduction The Rethink.org website states, “Recovery can be defined as a personal process of tackling the adverse impact of experiencing mental health problems, despite their continuing or long-term presence. Used in this sense, recovery does not mean “cure”. Recovery is about people seeing themselves as capable of recovery rather than as passive recipients of professional […]

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Do depression, anxiety and other mental illness, carry less stigma than 20 years ago?

Do depression, anxiety and other mental illness, carry less stigma than 20 years ago?

| September 27, 2012 | 1 Comment

Stigma associated with mental health is highly damaging to sufferers, causing distress to the individual and their families and often leading to severe marginalisation and exclusion from mainstream society.  The past two decades have witnessed the introduction of campaigns, support groups, and projects; has observed changes in policy, law, and the media coverage surrounding mental […]

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Discuss the relative values of drug treatments and ‘talking therapies’ for depression in the NHS, with reference to current health policies

Discuss the relative values of drug treatments and ‘talking therapies’ for depression in the NHS, with reference to current health policies

| February 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

For those suffering from the mood disorder depression, treatment options currently belong to two differing schools of thought; the psychiatric intervention of antidepressant medication, or the psychological intervention, ‘talking therapy’.

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