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PERSONALITY DISORDERS IN THE ELDERLY

PERSONALITY DISORDERS IN THE ELDERLY

PERSONALITY DISORDERS IN THE ELDERLY. OR………..”WORKING IN A SALT MINE IN SIBERIA HAS TO BE EASIER THAN THIS”, OR ……..“HOW DOES ONE BECOME A MONK IN THE HIMALAYAS”. WHAT IS “PERSONALITY”?.

By Philip
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Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders. Coded on Axis II Defined as: 1) Long-standing, 2) pervasive, and 3) inflexible patterns of behavior and inner experience that deviate from the expectations of a persons culture and that impair social and occupational functioning.

By Rita
(373 views)

2010 Special Education Hearing Officers and Mediator Training (San Diego) The Nexus Between the DSM & IDEA: Social M

2010 Special Education Hearing Officers and Mediator Training (San Diego) The Nexus Between the DSM & IDEA: Social M

2010 Special Education Hearing Officers and Mediator Training (San Diego) The Nexus Between the DSM & IDEA: Social Maladjustment v. Emotional Disturbance Mary Schwartz, Impartial Hearing Officer, Illinois. DO THEY GO TOGETHER?. DSM-IV. IDEA. DIFFERENT PURPOSES …. IDEA. DSM-IV.

By noelle
(198 views)

Development and the Implications for Risk Assessment

Development and the Implications for Risk Assessment

Development and the Implications for Risk Assessment. Kayla Pope, M.D., J.D. Unit on Affective Cognitive Neuroscience National Institute of Mental Health, NIH. Talk Overview. Neuroscience in Supreme Court Decisions Research Techniques Developmental Findings in Healthy Children

By abner
(105 views)

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence. Bob Cole American Student Assistance. Background. E.L. Thorndike – Behavior explained by reflexes 1970s Human Potential Movement 1985 Reuven Bar-On Defines EQ “Are there factors that determine one’s ability to be effective in life?”

By leontyne
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Spirituality and Religious Practices: Do they make a difference to the ability to exercise Self-Control?

Spirituality and Religious Practices: Do they make a difference to the ability to exercise Self-Control?

Spirituality and Religious Practices: Do they make a difference to the ability to exercise Self-Control?. Why Study Self-Control?. Links to health and well-being Suffering and breakdowns in self-control Addiction Abuse ( alcohol, smoking, gambling, substance) Binge –eating /eating disorders

By suzy
(112 views)

Prescribing Controlled Substances Responsibly

Prescribing Controlled Substances Responsibly

Prescribing Controlled Substances Responsibly. Lianne Beck, MD Assistant Professor Emory Family Medicine. Scope of the Problem.

By euridice
(134 views)

Early Stage of Group Treatment

Early Stage of Group Treatment

Early Stage of Group Treatment . getting the client to recognize, admit and move past their high levels of ambivalence and denial . Early Stage of Group Treatment. understand the relationship between their addiction and their present difficult in life. . Early Stage of Group Treatment.

By forster
(139 views)

SCIZOPHRENIA

SCIZOPHRENIA

SCIZOPHRENIA. T he most severe mental illness, characterized by disturbances in thought, affect, & perception. P ersonality is disintegrated & pt.'s functioning deteriorates in all fields. Pt. becomes burden to his family and society. Etiology : 1- Genetic Factor:

By tamesis
(128 views)

Abstract

Abstract

By dwight
(87 views)

Trauma & The Trauma Informed Care Initiative

Trauma & The Trauma Informed Care Initiative

Trauma & The Trauma Informed Care Initiative. Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Oct 23, 2012 CJ Doxtater , Aging & Disability Specialist. Trauma & TIc. Brain Development Psychological Trauma Brain Effects Trauma Adverse Childhood Experiences

By alta
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MANAGING AXIS II CLUSTER B PERSONALITY DISORDERS

MANAGING AXIS II CLUSTER B PERSONALITY DISORDERS

MANAGING AXIS II CLUSTER B PERSONALITY DISORDERS. Cardwell C. Nuckols, PhD cnuckols@elitecorp.org www.cnuckols.com. Treatment Considerations. Relationship to Axis I Egosyntonic and Characterological Character traits more amenable to treatment Transference/Countertransference

By carlow
(316 views)

“Fire does. Fire is.” Pyromania

“Fire does. Fire is.” Pyromania

“Fire does. Fire is.” Pyromania. Alex Mardlin Psychology. Essential Features. Deliberate fire setting on multiple occasions Not for money, anger, or to cover up a crime Not caused by delusion, hallucination, etc. Fascination with and attraction to fire Anxiety before setting a fire

By gefen
(223 views)

DSM-5 No Roman numerals Changes/Updates - 5.1, 5.2 … Print and electronic versions

DSM-5 No Roman numerals Changes/Updates - 5.1, 5.2 … Print and electronic versions

DSM-5 No Roman numerals Changes/Updates - 5.1, 5.2 … Print and electronic versions Severity scales - more specific Suicide risk will be discussed with many diagnoses Cultural context emphasized- section 3 - chapter on cultural formulation; structured interview

By samuru
(137 views)

DSM-5

DSM-5

DSM-5. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5 th edition) 2013. HISTORY OF CLASSIFICATION AND DIAGNOSIS. Mid 1950s

By eliot
(326 views)

Parkinsonism

Parkinsonism

Parkinsonism. Dr Jamie Farmer. Outline. Parkinsonism vs PD Causes of parkinsonism Akinetic rigid syndromes IPD Signs/symptoms Examination Differential diagnosis Investigations Management Complications Case study Explaining to patients. Definitions. Parkinsonism: Rigidity

By fionan
(398 views)

The Adolescent Brain: A Work in Progress Bluegrass Prevention Center

The Adolescent Brain: A Work in Progress Bluegrass Prevention Center

The Adolescent Brain: A Work in Progress Bluegrass Prevention Center. Teenagers make a lot of decisions that the average nine year old would say was a dumb thing to do. The Growing Brain in 25 Words or Less… (Almost).

By gail
(108 views)

Edilberto I. Dizon , Ed.D . Professor of Special Education University of the Philippines and

Edilberto I. Dizon , Ed.D . Professor of Special Education University of the Philippines and

FACILITATIVE/NON-FACILITATIVE FACTORS AND SUCCESS CRITERIA IN THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT/ HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (AD/HD) ___________________________________. Edilberto I. Dizon , Ed.D . Professor of Special Education University of the Philippines and

By thelma
(186 views)

Legislative Update

Legislative Update

Legislative Update. Senator Pat Spearman. SRI 13. Passed 12 to 9 vote Must get involved if marriage equality is important to you!! We need to change the constitution When we change the constitution we MUST vote on it in 2 sessions back to back We have step one down. Now we need step2

By qiana
(82 views)

REVIEW OF PERSONALITY

REVIEW OF PERSONALITY

REVIEW OF PERSONALITY. Personality : a person’s internally based characteristic way of acting and thinking Character : Personal characteristics that have been judged or evaluated

By manon
(63 views)

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