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BELL WORK. Do you know someone with a mental disorder? What is there disorder and how does it affect their life?. REVIEW. What are 2 warning signs of suicide? Sharing suicide plans openly. Dropping hints through words and actions. A sudden fascination with the topic of death.

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BELL WORK

Do you know someone with a mental disorder? What is there disorder and how does it affect their life?


Review

REVIEW

What are 2 warning signs of suicide?

Sharing suicide plans openly.

Dropping hints through words and actions.

A sudden fascination with the topic of death.

Dramatic changes in the person’s appearance.

Self-destructive behavior.

Withdrawal from friends, family, and regular activities.

A sudden change in mood.

SUICIDE IS ____________ THE ANSWER!


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REVIEW

HOW CAN YOU SHOW SUPPORT FOR SOMONE WHO IS SUICIDAL?

Talk to the person.

Show an interest in the person’s problem.

Do not be afraid to ask whether the individual is planning to harm him or her self.

Urge the person to share his or her feelings and thoughts with a trusted adult.

Never promise to keep suicide plans a secret.

WHAT IS THE SUICIDAL PREVENTION LIFELINE PHONE NUMBER?

1-800-273-TALK (8255)


Mental and emotional problems

MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS

OTHER MENTAL DISEASES AND HELP


Objectives

OBJECTIVES

  • Identify other types of mental disorders

  • determineif you or someone you know needs professional help.

  • describethe kinds of therapies used to treat mental and emotional disorders.

  • identifykinds of professionals who help people with mental health problems.


Self injury

Self-Injury

Deliberately Injuring Yourself


Anorexia nervosa

Anorexia Nervosa

  • Starvation and distorted body image


Bulimia nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa

Binge and purge


Learning disabilities

Learning Disabilities

  • Difficulty Learning with Ordinary Methods


Mental

MENTAL

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ADD

ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER


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ADHD

ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER


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OCD

OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER


Post traumatic stress disorder

POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER


Phobias

PHOBIAS


Alzheimer s

ALZHEIMER’S

Alzheimer's disease (AD), is one form of dementia that gradually gets worse over time. It affects memory, thinking, and behavior.


Autism

AUTISM

COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS


Schizophrenia

SCHIZOPHRENIA

People with schizophrenia may have hallucinations in which they see or hear things that are not actually there.

schizophrenia A severe mental disorder in which people lose contact with reality


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HELP

If you feel that you need help, talk to a parent or guardian, the school nurse, a counselor at school, or other trusted adult.

The person you speak to may be able to help you or point you toward someone who can, such as a mental health professional.


Therapy

THERAPY

For many mental and emotional problems, professional counseling, or therapy, is often needed.

therapy An approach that teaches you different ways of thinking or behaving


Therapy settings

THERAPY SETTINGS

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY


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THERAPY SETTINGS

GROUP THERAPY


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THERAPY SETTINGS

FAMILY THERAPY

family therapy Counseling that seeks to improve troubled family relationships


Drug treatment therapy

DRUG TREATMENT THERAPY

Many medicines used to treat emotional disorders work to restore chemical imbalances in the brain.

These medicines can provide relief for depression and other mental disorders.


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DRUG TREATMENT THERAPY

  • Drug therapy medicines are not right for everyone.

  • Drug therapy medicines do not treat every mental and emotional problem.

  • Drug therapy medicines are not meant as a replacement for therapy.


Mental health providers

MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS

Psychologist

psychologist A mental health professional who is trained and licensed by the state to perform therapy


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MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS

Clinical social worker (CSW)

clinical social worker (CSW) A licensed, certified mental health professional with a master’s degree in social work


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MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS

Psychiatrist

psychiatrist A medical doctor with a specialty in the treatment of mental health problems


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