two diabetes and autoimmune disorders greatly increases (Wade, C., et al 2017, p.398). If the problems are caught early psychologist, therapist and parents can assist the child and help them learn to cope with their anxiety and other emotional problems. When children are still young they are able to easily adapt to situations. Therefore negative behaviors or habits can be change through appropriate treatments. The child can also better cope with a change in environment if needed.
ASSIGNMENT EIGHT - CORSINIE 4 One drawback of focusing on childhood as a period when emotional problems originate is that many parents do not want to expose their children to therapists who may be able to assist with emotional issues. The therapists are faced with opposition from the parents making it difficult to learn and address the child’s needs. Another drawback is that the children’s behavior changes and fluctuates overtime due to mental disorders. Therefore attaching a child’s emotional problems to childhood trauma would be inconsistent and make any study inconclusive. Part C : Suppose a member of your family has become increasingly depressed in recent months, and it’s apparent that the person needs treatment. You’re chosen to look into the options and to make decisions about the treatment. Based on information in Chapter 16, how might you proceed? Provide two (2) supporting facts to justify your plan of action. If a family member is becoming increasingly depressed I would recommend that they go through the treatment Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). Behavioral and cognitive therapists have both concluded that a person’s thoughts and behaviors are correlated (Wade, C., et al 2017,
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