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35 terms
Clinical Disciplines-Mental Health
Adults, 65 and older, comprise roughly…
By 2030, older adults will account for…
The fastest growing segment in aging
*The combination of the following thre…
13% (~16% in AZ, 1,070,305)
20% (thank you 76 million boomers)
those 85 and older... often need the greatest amount of service…
Low risk of disease and disease-related disability... High ment…
Adults, 65 and older, comprise roughly…
13% (~16% in AZ, 1,070,305)
By 2030, older adults will account for…
20% (thank you 76 million boomers)
44 terms
Mental Health Clinical Vocab
Affect
mood
symptoms
anhedonia
visibly expressed emotion of a person
a person's emotional state, not visibly measured, more approp…
non-verifiable subjective indicators of a disease or conditio…
inability to take pleasure in normally pleasurable activities
Affect
visibly expressed emotion of a person
mood
a person's emotional state, not visibly measured, more approp…
35 terms
Clinical Conditions: Mental Health
Individuals with intellectual disabili…
Children with down syndrome have an in…
OCD symptoms, bipolar disorder, mood d…
Children with prenatal exposure to alc…
4-5 fold hight in intellectual disabilities
ADHD... Agression ... Autism
Prader Willi syndrome
conduct disorder
Individuals with intellectual disabili…
4-5 fold hight in intellectual disabilities
Children with down syndrome have an in…
ADHD... Agression ... Autism
28 terms
Clinical Medicine: Mental Health
A persistent lowering of mood, loss of…
A severe medical condition characteriz…
It is the medical science that deals w…
A disease characterised by unusual beh…
Depression
Bipolar mania
Psychiatry
Autism
A persistent lowering of mood, loss of…
Depression
A severe medical condition characteriz…
Bipolar mania
22 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
Abuse
Aggressive
Assertive
Asset
cruel or inhumane treatment
ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way
confident in stating a position or claim; strong and noticeable
something of value; a resource; an advantage
Abuse
cruel or inhumane treatment
Aggressive
ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way
6 terms
Foundations for Clinical Mental Health Counseling
posit
etiological
parsimonious
tertiary
assume as a fact; put forward as a basis of argument:
The study of causes or origins.
unwilling to spend money or use resources; stingy or frugal:
third in order or level
posit
assume as a fact; put forward as a basis of argument:
etiological
The study of causes or origins.
5 terms
Mental Health / Clinical Psychology
Mental Health
Mental Disorder
Types of Mental Disorders
Clinical Pyschology
- Achieved by balancing many aspects in life (social, physica…
- Anything that affects your ability to lead a balanced metal…
Anxiety... - phobias, ocd, ptsd... (transient or permanent - cure…
- Study and research for solution to mental illness
Mental Health
- Achieved by balancing many aspects in life (social, physica…
Mental Disorder
- Anything that affects your ability to lead a balanced metal…
24 terms
Clinical Psychology: Mental Health
Clinical Psychology
Area of Specialisation
Work Places
Rapport
Prevention, Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment of psychologica…
-Adults who misuse drugs.... -People who suffer from extreme ner…
-University... -Hospital... -Doctors... -Defence forces... -Private group…
Relation between two or more people.
Clinical Psychology
Prevention, Assessment, Diagnosis & Treatment of psychologica…
Area of Specialisation
-Adults who misuse drugs.... -People who suffer from extreme ner…
13 terms
Mental Health Clinical
Antipsychotics are generally
2nd gen (atypicals)
1st gen (typicals) examples
Choosing antipsych should take into ac…
DA D2 antagonists
clozapine, olanzapine
...
metabolic (including weight gain and diabetes)... extrapyramidal…
Antipsychotics are generally
DA D2 antagonists
2nd gen (atypicals)
clozapine, olanzapine
60 terms
Clinical Mental Health Counseling - midterm
List the guiding principles of communi…
Name the counseling founding fathers,…
In what cities were the first counselo…
Who published the book Counseling & Ps…
Holistic wellness model; Developmental perspective prevention…
Frank Parsons, Boston-Put "vocational counselors" in schools;…
Boston & New York
Carl Rogers, his theory was client-focused, introduced the no…
List the guiding principles of communi…
Holistic wellness model; Developmental perspective prevention…
Name the counseling founding fathers,…
Frank Parsons, Boston-Put "vocational counselors" in schools;…
Mental Health Med Clinic
trazodone
olanzapin
risperidone
lamotrigine
Desyrel, Desyrel Dividose, Oleptro, Trazodone D... Antidepressan…
Zyprexa... Antipsychotic, off label Stuttering... May act through c…
Risperdal, Risperdal M, Risperdal Consta... Antipsychotic, antim…
Lamictal, Lamictal ODT, and Lamictal XR... Anticonvulsant, Bipol…
trazodone
Desyrel, Desyrel Dividose, Oleptro, Trazodone D... Antidepressan…
olanzapin
Zyprexa... Antipsychotic, off label Stuttering... May act through c…
57 terms
Mental Health Clinical Conditions
8 anxiety disorders
2 dx where ppl have excessive fear of…
restlessness, fatigued, poor concentra…
are the rates of remission high/low fo…
GAD, selective mutism, social anxiety, separation anxiety, ag…
agoraphobia, separation anxiety
GAD sx
low. bc 1/3 of cases are genetic
8 anxiety disorders
GAD, selective mutism, social anxiety, separation anxiety, ag…
2 dx where ppl have excessive fear of…
agoraphobia, separation anxiety
21 terms
Clinical prep vocab (mental health)
Affect
Blunted Affect
Flat Affect
Labile Affect
Outward expression of emotion that is observed by others.
Reduction in the intensity of an individuals emotional respon…
Appear to be completely void of expressions.
Abrupt shifts and excessive variation in an individuals expre…
Affect
Outward expression of emotion that is observed by others.
Blunted Affect
Reduction in the intensity of an individuals emotional respon…
Mental Health Clinical 1 focus
Countertransference
Transference
Illusion
Hallucination
the emotional reaction of the analyst to the subject's contri…
describes a situation where the feelings, desires, and expect…
a thing that is or is likely to be wrongly perceived or inter…
an experience involving the apparent perception of something…
Countertransference
the emotional reaction of the analyst to the subject's contri…
Transference
describes a situation where the feelings, desires, and expect…
Psych Mental Health Clinical Final
SSRI take ____ weeks to take effect
adverse effects of SSRI's
serotonin syndrome
SSRI's and bulimia
4-6
sexual dysfunction--> most common reason people become inadhe…
T-Tachycardia, H-HTN, M-Muscular Rigidity, H-Hyperthermia, H-…
effective
SSRI take ____ weeks to take effect
4-6
adverse effects of SSRI's
sexual dysfunction--> most common reason people become inadhe…
33 terms
Psychology - Clinical Psychology: Mental Health
Label
Stigma
Somatoform Disorders
Hypochondriasis
A brief descriptive phrase or term given to a person or group.
A 'mark' of social disgrace, which makes a person stand out.
Individuals concerned with appearance or functioning of their…
Severe anxiety over the possibility of being sick.
Label
A brief descriptive phrase or term given to a person or group.
Stigma
A 'mark' of social disgrace, which makes a person stand out.
Intro to Clinical Mental Health Final
Formal Assessments
Informal Assessments
Mental Status Exams
Case conceptualization
involve the use of testing instruments that are psychometrica…
clinical interview, psychosocial and medical history inventor…
another form of informal assessment that may occur in each co…
name given to the narrative that integrates description and e…
Formal Assessments
involve the use of testing instruments that are psychometrica…
Informal Assessments
clinical interview, psychosocial and medical history inventor…
83 terms
Psych Mental Health Clinical Final
SSRI take ____ weeks to take effect
adverse effects of SSRI's
serotonin syndrome
SSRI's and bulimia
4-6
bleeding, sexual dysfunction, hyponatremia, fall risk
agitation, myoclonus, hyperreflexia, fever, shivering, diapho…
effective
SSRI take ____ weeks to take effect
4-6
adverse effects of SSRI's
bleeding, sexual dysfunction, hyponatremia, fall risk
44 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
Resilient
Emotion (Latin)
Ambivalent
Mood
Able to recover a sense of well-being within a reasonable per…
To move out or move away. Feelings about or reactions to even…
Having contradictory feelings about something.
An emotional state that persists.
Resilient
Able to recover a sense of well-being within a reasonable per…
Emotion (Latin)
To move out or move away. Feelings about or reactions to even…
Clinical Medicine: Mental Health and Disorders
Function
Form
True
11
Psychiatry is a problem in _____.
Neurology is a problem in _____.
True or False: Psychiatry is ultimately rooted as much in beh…
When does the pre-frontal cortex develop in girls?
Function
Psychiatry is a problem in _____.
Form
Neurology is a problem in _____.
36 terms
Mental Health Psychiatric Terms: Clinical Examples
Ambivalence
Circumstantiality
Clang association
Compulsion
Patient alternates, enters and immediately withdraws from int…
The patient is asked, "Who brought you to the hospital?" She…
"Go to my room" Room boom, doom. It's doom like a tomb in my…
The patient has a strong repetitive urge to break glass. This…
Ambivalence
Patient alternates, enters and immediately withdraws from int…
Circumstantiality
The patient is asked, "Who brought you to the hospital?" She…
28 terms
Clinical Mental Health and Private Counseling Practices
Mental Health
Community Mental Health Act of 1963
Clinical Mental Health Counselors
Topics in MHC
The successful performance of mental function, resulting in p…
Intended to promote local mental health initiatives, provided…
Major duties of counselors in mental health are assessing and…
marriage and family counseling, substance abuse/chemical depe…
Mental Health
The successful performance of mental function, resulting in p…
Community Mental Health Act of 1963
Intended to promote local mental health initiatives, provided…
12 terms
Mental Health Chapter 9 Communication and Clinical Interview
B... In all clinical interview settings,…
B... A nurse always starts an interview b…
D, C, A, B... Proxemics refers to the stu…
B... Use of eye contact, body language, a…
The student nurses were asked to arrange seats to conduct cli…
A nurse is interviewing a patient who has attempted suicide.…
Sequence these distances between individuals from closest to…
Which statement about nonverbal behavior is true?... A. A calm e…
B... In all clinical interview settings,…
The student nurses were asked to arrange seats to conduct cli…
B... A nurse always starts an interview b…
A nurse is interviewing a patient who has attempted suicide.…
Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Community Counseling
ACES
Basic premises
CACREP
Coined by Amos and Williams 1972 and later Lewis and Lewis 19…
Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors
Development, prevention, client- environment interaction, and…
Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education…
Community Counseling
Coined by Amos and Williams 1972 and later Lewis and Lewis 19…
ACES
Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors
15 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
Self-Concept
Influence
Reinforce
Self-Esteem
The view you have of yourself
An effect on a person or object
To support or back-up
A measure of how much you like and respect yourself
Self-Concept
The view you have of yourself
Influence
An effect on a person or object
21 terms
7th Mental Health Vocabulary
Abuse
Aggressive
Assertive
Bullying
cruel or inhumane treatment
ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way
confident in stating a position or claim; strong and noticeable
the act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do somet…
Abuse
cruel or inhumane treatment
Aggressive
ready to attack or start fights; acting in a hostile way
Mental Health Legislation and Clinical Practice
Four ethical principles for Health car…
The intention of Parliament in introdu…
1.Purpose of Mental Health Legislation
2. Define a person is mentally ill
1. Beneficence... 2. Non maleficence... 3. justice... 4. Respect for a…
- people wit a mental disorder are given the best possible ca…
1. provide for the immediate care, treatment and protection o…
- medical condition that is characterised by a significant di…
Four ethical principles for Health car…
1. Beneficence... 2. Non maleficence... 3. justice... 4. Respect for a…
The intention of Parliament in introdu…
- people wit a mental disorder are given the best possible ca…
NS3360 - Clinical 5 (Mental Health Disorders)
Psychosis
Schizophrenia
Mood Disorder
Bipolar affective disorder (BPAD)
- A condition in which a person has impaired cognitive, emoti…
"A group of disorders characterised by a major disturbance in…
is a condition characterized by distorted, excessive or inapp…
is a psychological illness that involves severe mood swings.…
Psychosis
- A condition in which a person has impaired cognitive, emoti…
Schizophrenia
"A group of disorders characterised by a major disturbance in…
34 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
fight or flight
adrenaline
heirarchy of needs
personality
body response to stressors
hormone that increases heart rate, constricts blood vessels,…
rank of needs
the set of characteristics that make you unique
fight or flight
body response to stressors
adrenaline
hormone that increases heart rate, constricts blood vessels,…
36 terms
Health Vocabulary: Mental Health
Mental Health
Values
Stereotype
Gender Role
How you think, feel, and act in order to handle life's situat…
A person's set of rules, what a person thinks of as right or…
Assumptions that are made about a group of people.
A role assigned to each gender by society.
Mental Health
How you think, feel, and act in order to handle life's situat…
Values
A person's set of rules, what a person thinks of as right or…
46 terms
Health- Mental Health Vocabulary
hierarchy of needs
resilient
personal identity
personality
a ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and de…
having the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disa…
your sense of self as an unique individual
characteristics that make you unique
hierarchy of needs
a ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and de…
resilient
having the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disa…
36 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
Health
Wellness
Spiritual Health
Emotional Health
The combination of physical, mental/emotional, environmental,…
An overall sense of well-being or total health.
A deep-seated sense of meaning and purpose in life.
In control of one's own thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Whe…
Health
The combination of physical, mental/emotional, environmental,…
Wellness
An overall sense of well-being or total health.
10 terms
Health: Mental Health Vocabulary
Optimism
Pessimism
Prosocial
Congruency
Hopefulness and confidence about the future
Belief that the worse will happen
Benefitting the needs and feelings of others
What you show to others is reflective of who you are on the i…
Optimism
Hopefulness and confidence about the future
Pessimism
Belief that the worse will happen
26 terms
Chapter 14: Clinical Mental Health counseling: settings
Deinstitutionalization
Catchment areas
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Asso…
local management entities
result of the Community Mental Health Act (CMHC Act) of 1963,…
the CHMC Act aimed to provide services in geographic areas of…
in 1992 Congress passed the ADAMHA Reorganization Act, which…
serve as a administrative behavioral health authorities that…
Deinstitutionalization
result of the Community Mental Health Act (CMHC Act) of 1963,…
Catchment areas
the CHMC Act aimed to provide services in geographic areas of…
16 terms
Mental Health/Mental Illness Vocabulary
neurosis
psychosis
GAD
phobia
a relatively mild mental illness that is not caused by organi…
a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so…
an anxiety disorder characterized by excessive, uncontrollabl…
an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
neurosis
a relatively mild mental illness that is not caused by organi…
psychosis
a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so…
36 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
Health
Wellness
Spiritual Health
Emotional Health
The combination of physical, mental/emotional, environmental,…
An overall sense of well-being or total health.
A deep-seated sense of meaning and purpose in life.
In control of one's own thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Whe…
Health
The combination of physical, mental/emotional, environmental,…
Wellness
An overall sense of well-being or total health.
National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam
Ethical Motive
Curative Motive
Cognitive-Behavioral Theory
Community Psychology
Counselor's desire to help the client grow and express strong…
Psychotherapist wants to initiate the healing process for the…
Operates on a person's interaction with his or her surroundings
The incorporation of psychological values and theories into p…
Ethical Motive
Counselor's desire to help the client grow and express strong…
Curative Motive
Psychotherapist wants to initiate the healing process for the…
Chapter 10 Vocab - Clinical Assessment, Mental Health, and Mental Disorders
Alzheimer's disease
Autosomal Dominant Inheritance Patters
Behavior Therapy
Beta-amyloid
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
A type of psychotherapy that focuses on and attempts to alter…
A type of protein involved in the formation of neurotic7hy pl…
Alzheimer's disease
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
Autosomal Dominant Inheritance Patters
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
Chapter 10- Clinical assessment, mental health, and mental disorders
Alzheimer's disease
Autosomal Dominant inheritance patterns
Behaviour Therapy
Beta- amyloid
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
A type of psychotherapy that focuses on and attempts to alter…
A type of protein involved in the formation of neuritic plaqu…
Alzheimer's disease
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
Autosomal Dominant inheritance patterns
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
Types of clinical reasoning (mental health PDF)
Scientific reasoning
Diagnostic reasoning
Procedural reasoning
Narrative reasoning
use of applied logical and scientific methods
investigative reasoning and analysis of cause and nature of c…
consideration and use of intervention routines for identified…
used to make sense of people's circumstances
Scientific reasoning
use of applied logical and scientific methods
Diagnostic reasoning
investigative reasoning and analysis of cause and nature of c…
13 terms
Chapter 10: Clinical Assessment, Mental Health, and Mental Disorder
Alzheimer's disease
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
Behavioral therapy
Beta-amyloid
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
A type of psychotherapy that focuses on and attempts to alter…
A type of protein involved in the formation of neuritic plaqu…
Alzheimer's disease
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
ch 10 clinical assessment , mental health and mental disorders
psychological forces
sociocultural forces
life- cycle factors
*normative changes can mimic mental disorders... * nature of per…
being paranoid maybe be adaptive in circumstances... *cultural d…
older person wishing to go back to school... sleeping patters... re…
psychological forces
*normative changes can mimic mental disorders... * nature of per…
sociocultural forces
being paranoid maybe be adaptive in circumstances... *cultural d…
13 terms
Chapter 10 Clinical Assessment, Mental Health, and Mental Disorders
Alzheimer's disease
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
Behavior therapy
Beta-amyloid
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
A type of psychotherapy that focuses on and attempts to alter…
A type of protein involved in the formation of neurotic plaqu…
Alzheimer's disease
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
A genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
13 terms
Ch. 10: Clinical Assessment, Mental Health, and Mental Disorders
Alzheimer's disease
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
behavior therapy
beta-amyloid
an irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
a genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
a type of psychotherapy that focuses on and attempts to alter…
a type of protein involved in the formation of neuritic plaqu…
Alzheimer's disease
an irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
a genetic inheritance pattern that requires only one gene fro…
15 terms
Mental Health: Ch.9-Communication and the clinical interview
Communication process
factors that affect comunication
verbal communication
nonverbal communication
stimulus for information, comfort, or advice; sender, message…
personal, environmental, relationship are...
all words spoken, communicates beliefs and values, perception…
tone of voice, emphasis on certain words, physical appearance…
Communication process
stimulus for information, comfort, or advice; sender, message…
factors that affect comunication
personal, environmental, relationship are...
40 terms
Mental Health Vocabulary
mental health
good signs
roadblocks
self-esteem
having a positive outlook, being comfortable with yourself an…
•responsible for your own behavior ... •avoid high-risk behavior…
•those who expect the worst... •being a perfectionist
the confidence and worth that you feel about yourself
mental health
having a positive outlook, being comfortable with yourself an…
good signs
•responsible for your own behavior ... •avoid high-risk behavior…
46 terms
Health- Mental Health Vocabulary
hierarchy of needs
reilient
personal identity
personality
a ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and de…
having the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disa…
your sense of self as an unique individual
characteristics that make you unique
hierarchy of needs
a ranked list of those needs essential to human growth and de…
reilient
having the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disa…
39 terms
Chapter 10: Clinical Assessment, Mental Health, and Mental Disoders
Mental Health and the Adult Life Course
Defining Mental Health and Psychopatho…
A Multidimensional Life-Span Approach…
Ethnicity, Gender, Aging, And Mental H…
What distinguishes the study of mental disorders, or psychop…
Researchers and practitioners refer to Birren and Renner's c…
+ most effective... + Some models of psychopathology assume the…
Neither positive mental health nor psychopathology has been…
Mental Health and the Adult Life Course
What distinguishes the study of mental disorders, or psychop…
Defining Mental Health and Psychopatho…
Researchers and practitioners refer to Birren and Renner's c…
22 terms
Mental & Emotional Health:Vocabulary
Mental/Emotional Health
Personality
Empathy
Resilience
The ability to handle the stresses and challenges of everyday…
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
Identifying with and sharing another person's feelings.
The ability to recover from problems or loss.
Mental/Emotional Health
The ability to handle the stresses and challenges of everyday…
Personality
A combination of your feelings, likes, dislikes, attitudes, a…
10 terms
Adulthood ch. 10 clinical assessment, mental health and mental disorders
Alzheimer's disease
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
Behavior therapy
Beta-amyloid
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
A genetic inheritance pattern that required only one gene fro…
Type of psychotherapy that focuses on and attempts to alter c…
Type of protein involved in the formation of neuritic plaques…
Alzheimer's disease
An irreversible form of dementia characterized by progressive…
Autosomal dominant inheritance patterns
A genetic inheritance pattern that required only one gene fro…
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