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Case Study: Mental Illness Case Study: Mental Illness Mental illnesses are considered to be any variety of disease or disorder in which causes an impairment of mood, behavior, or thought processes. Mental illnesses are also referred to mental impairments such as mental retardation, brain damage, and learning disabilities (Holmes, 2006). Mental impairments are considered to be a type of physical illness, due to the disabilities caused by the disorder. There are no ways to permanently cure a mental illness or impairment. At this time, the treatment plans typically include medications and therapy (Doebbeling, 2007).
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Unformatted text preview: These treatments can successfully help the illness, but will not cure them. The treatment also depends on the type of illness and the severity. New treatments and methods are developing all of the time to help patients live a happy and productive life. Case Study: Mental Illness References This is a hanging indent. To keep the hanging indent format, simply delete this line of text using the backspace key, and replace the information with your reference entry....
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