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McKenzie_6e_PPT_CH11 - Community Mental Health Chapter 11...

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Community Mental Health Chapter 11 KIN 4601 Fall 2010 Deborah S. Dailey, MS
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Attributes to have a good mental health A positive outlook: look at the glass half full Realistic expectations :Not sent the bar too high Management of emotions Functions well with others: get along a relationship Draws strength from others without being overly dependent Reasonable appetites: thirst for life, Spiritual nature: grounded, have morals and values Effective coping skills Honest self-esteem and self-regard: view themselves and know that they can fail but still doesn’t change their view Realistic and accurate view of the world
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Major contributes to mental health a) Family b) Friends c) Culture d) Religion e) Education f) Life experiences g) Media
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a) Key Definitions - 1 Mental health– “state of successful performance of mental function, resulting in productive activities, fulfilling relationships with other people, and the ability to adapt to change and to cope with adversity” (HHS, 1999). Leading cause for disability in Canada, America, Eastern Europe People with good mental health (emotional maturity) are able to: able to function under adversity, able to change or adapt to changes around them, maintain control during stress and anxiety, find more satisfaction giving then receiving, able to show consideration for
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Key Definitions - 2 Mental illness– “a term that refers collectively group to all diagnosable mental disorders” (HHS, 1999) Mental disorders– “health conditions characterized by alterations in thinking, mood, or behavior (or some combinations thereof) associated with distress and/or impaired functioning” (HHS, 1999). Can be all three things. . impairs their ability to function Classification 4th edition, text revision ( DSM-IV-TR ) Classify: onset age; severity (mild, moderate, severe)
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Origin: hereditary, environmental, or both; idiopathic (unknown origin) Causes: deficiency at birth (genetic, idiopathic, maternal exposure), physical impairment, psychological 2/3 of mental retardation cases traceable to environmental factors (i.e., no prenatal care, poor nutrition, DAT, postnatal exposure)
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Mental Illness In America - 1 Mental illness one of the most pervasive(diverse, persistent) public health problems in U.S. Statistical indicators
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