- The Correlation Between Discrimination/Prejudice and Depression/Anxiety
The purpose of this research proposal is to identify the components of the study about the correlation between discrimination/prejudice and depression/anxiety.
- Depression in Children: Symptoms and Treatments
Depression can make children not perform the duties they are assigned to do well. A caregiver can easily discover a small child’s depression by change of bowel habit.
- Depression and Postpartum Depression Relationship
This article discusses the relationship between depression and postpartum depression, the possible causes, and forms of the disease, its consequences for the woman's psyche.
- Depression as Bad a Clinical Condition
Specialists in mental health state that depression is the most common disorder they encounter on the daily basis. The following paper aims to provide evidence of the existence of it.
- Different Types of Training in Managing the Symptoms of Depression
The proposed study will compare the effectiveness of different types of training in managing the symptoms of depression. It will be considered by people with moderate depression.
- Postpartum Depression (PPD) and Its Identification
Katon, Russo, and Gavin focused on the problem of postpartum depression and its identification, because it is a common issue that leads to adverse health outcomes.
- Diseases of Modern Life
Bipolar disorder and major depression are two very similar mood disorders that are often confused and misdiagnosed.
- Mental Illness: Treatment Approaches and Challenges
The treatment of forensic populations, as with any clinical population, must be tailored to the individuals as well as to their mental illness.
- Adult Depression and Anxiety as a Complex Problem
The presence of a physical disability is a major factor in developing a mental health condition due to the increase in dissatisfaction and the presence of multiple irritants.
- Abnormal Psychology: Anxiety and Depression Case
Abnormal psychology has many theories that emerged to describe the concept. It has components like biological, cognitive, behavioral as well as social-cultural models.
- American Adolescence. Teenage Problems
There are those psychological problems that youngsters cannot omit simply because of the society they currently live in.
- Treatment for Depressive and Bipolar Disorders
The study shows that an online intervention can be a part of treatment for people with BD, providing support not only for mania but also for depression.
- Psychology: Mental Health Issues
This paper contains a review of primary causes leading to mental illnesses along with available social and individual measures intended to cope with them.
- Depression Caused by Hormonal Imbalance, Socialisation of Children
Social life is utterly important for the mental health and socialization of children. They need parents to care about them and help to become a part of society.
- Divorce Effect on Children's Mental Health
The family dissolution process, a conflict between parents, custody issues, and negative post-divorce relationships adversely influence the mental health of children.
- Psychological Assessment Report
The client, Kyle Jones, is a 45-year-old professor working full-time at the Catholic University. The client’s cognitive functioning was impaired after a car accident.
- What You Need to Know About Depression
The article is devoted to depression: a definition is given, the causes, signs, types, and methods of therapy are considered.
- Personality Psychology and Depression
This paper presents an analysis of the connection between personality psychology and depression. Today, many attempts are made to investigate depressive symptoms.
- Interacting in the Workplace: Depression
Depression is a menace that affects a number of people in different ways. In the workplace, there are a number of ways used to tell whether a person is undergoing mental stress.
- Postpartum Depression. Consequences
These days more and more women approach the decision to have a baby very consciously, choosing the time when they are physically and emotionally prepared.
- Cognitive Behavior and Depression in Adolescents
People of different ages are prone to various psychological and emotional issues, especially in the current world that is transforming at a high pace.
- Social Problems Associated With Mental Illness and Health Promotion
Troubles with psychological health can create barriers to being employed, partially because mental illnesses are commonly stigmatized.
- Females’ Instagram Use and Psychological Well-Being
Sherlock and Wagstaff tested the hypothesis that the time spent by women on Instagram was positively correlated with body dissatisfaction, depression, and social comparison.
- Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Rational emotive behavior therapy is a therapy approach that involves the identification and replacement of negative behaviors with positive ones.
- Lack of Sleep at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
This paper aims to explore the detrimental effects of sleep deprivation among KFUPM students and techniques for how they can manage time and stress to get adequate sleep.
- Aggression in Psychology
This emotion is difficult to define, and psychologists, judges, and lawyers have been trying to determine what actions should and should not be considered aggressive for a long time.
- Childhood Trauma: Disorders and Risky Behavior
Young people with a history of childhood abuse have a higher likelihood of participating in HIV risk behaviors such as having sex with multiple partners and having unprotected sex.
- Personality Psychology and Depression
The depression study in the personality psychology scope assesses the psychology models connection with personality traits, analyzing the depression propagation among adolescents.
- Depression in Young People: Articles Review
Depression is one of the mental health disorders progressively observed among the world population. The articles included in the annotated bibliography research this disease.
- Bipolar Type II Diagnosis and Treatment
The article examines the clinical differences between bipolar disorder type I and bipolar disorder type II since the difficulty in choosing a correct diagnosis.
- Concepts of Clinical Psychology
This paper revises three scholarly articles about mental disorders. Psychological disorders are a list of ailments with behavioral symptoms and can affect different areas of life.
- “Living With Depression” by Karp
In the article “Living with Depression: Illness and Identity Turning Points”, the author tries to investigate how different patients tend to interpret this incoherent illness.
- Resource Listing on Depression and Anxiety
This paper aims at creating a list of resources, including private agencies, counselors, websites, and publications that can help individuals.
- Two Sides of Depression Disease
Depression is a widespread disease in the modern world, and that is why people often do not fully understand how it works.
- Assessment of Counseling Methods: The Case Study
This paper explores the fallacies that emerge during the therapy of John, a young man indulging in substance abuse.
- Depression Among Minority Groups
Mental disorders stem from the existing or non-existence of internal emotional and psychological threats from which the individual lacks the mechanisms for control.
- Community of Single Mothers in California
This study is focused on the community of single mothers in San Bernardino County, California. The primary focus is on those single moms that have been diagnosed with depression.
- Causes and of Treatment Mood Disorders
Mood disorders are a group of mental diseases caused by chemical imbalances in the brain which causes the patient to have irregular changes in their moods.
- Early Separation and Suicide
When early separation occurs, a child who is not well taken care of can potentially succumb to mental problems, which can, in turn, act as a motivation for suicide.
- Mood Disorder: Depression and Bipolar
This discourse explores the link between depression and bipolar disorder, insofar as their etiology, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment are concerned.
- Postpartum Depression in the Twenty- First Century
A major assumption posited by researchers is that ‘social support’ is a key determinant in the prevention of postpartum depression.
- Differents Forms to Stress, Pandemic of Stress
In this paper, stress is a major problem in the world today. Many countries and many individuals and families are victims of stress-related problems.
- Depression: A Serious Mental and Behavioral Problem
Depression is a health problem that is difficult to diagnose. One way to help improve the detection of diagnosis is to use a genogram.
- Grief Response of Patients Diagnosed With Cancer
The beginning of anticipatory grief begins when as children, we realize that we will all die or lose a loved one at some point in life. This should prepare us for the loss.
- Depression Management in Adolescent
Adolescents are men and women in their transitional age from childhood to youth. Their age bracket is from ten to twenty-two.
- Depression and Physical Exercise
Physical activity and cognitive health are two inseparable concepts. Physical activity is a great way to reduce stress and cure depression.
- Psychological Disorder Analysis - Marla`S Diagnosis
In this case, the social cultural model is highly recommended as a form of treatment. This is because individuals from minority groups abandon therapy earlier than those from other groups.
- Depression in Older Person
The rising incidence of depression in older person has a correlation with age, gender, genetics, lifestyle, interpersonal relationship and the level of education.
- Maternal Mood Symptoms in Pregnancy and Postpartum Depression
As a woman, it is essential to understand postpartum depression and the fact that it can happen to any woman during or after pregnancy.
- Childhood Trauma Etiology Associated With Social and Mental Disorders
This paper will showcase the five themes that were revealed during the review process to better understand the associations between childhood trauma and various disorders.
- Stress and Anxiety Sources Amongst Students
This paper discusses some of the major sources of physiological, social, and psychological stress and anxiety in students.
- Group Therapy in Psychology: Strengths and Limitations
This paper aims to gather relevant data on group therapy in psychology, present its strengths and limitations, and outline the differences between group and individual approaches.
- Suicide in Adolescence
In the paper psychoeducational intervention for adolescents is developed and evaluated to improve suicide-related outcomes for high-risk students.
- Counselling Clients with Depression and Addiction
Clinicians should "understand that depression is associated with the racism or sexism that marginalized groups experience in their daily lives".
- Measurement of an Individual’s Level of Depression
Beck Depression Inventory is a systematic measurement of an individual's level of depression. Individuals who fall in the age group of 15 to 19 are the most vulnerable.
- Postpartum Depression Among Low-Income U.S. Mothers
Postpartum depression is a major issue, which takes place after a woman gives birth. The problem is more prominent and prevalent among mothers who have a low-socioeconomic status.
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Case Study
The case study about the patient with ASD will involve the identification of specific problems, the assessment of risk factors, and a review of models of abnormality.
- Psychological and Emotional Conditions of Suicide and Depression
Art and literature have been the niches that have allowed dissecting the issue of suicide without significant social reprimand toward the authors.
- Joan’s Case Conceptualization
The paper discusses Joan’s case. She is a 48-year-old woman who reports stress and depression. She has lost interest in relationships, exercise, and things she enjoys.
- Postpartum Depression: Symptoms, Role of Cultural Factors, and Ways To Support
Symptoms of postpartum depression differ from one woman to another and often range from mild to severe, they include intense irritability coupled with anger, insomnia, etc.
- Researching: Illness and Mental Health
The following paper will explain how mental health can be considered in ill patients and focused on a particular population
- Psychological Complications of Illness and Injuries
Depression associated with illness is a serious concern for patients, families, and healthcare professionals, as it might affect health outcomes
- Psychology of Depression Among College Students
Depression has serious effects among college students: poor academic performance, the development of suicidal thoughts, failed relationships, and loss of zeal for goal achievement.
- Military Resiliency Counseling and Care-Giving
This course aims to identify the key fears of people who have the problem of adapting to real life after participating in hostilities.
- Depression Associated with Cognitive Dysfunction
Low episodic memory performance precedes depression, which demonstrates that depression is associated with cognitive dysfunctions.
- Childhood Traumatic Experience
This paper examines the effect of childhood traumas on adulthood, including cognitive abilities, social behavior, and mental health, through the prism of scientific evidence.
- Depression and Anxiety Among College Students
The research question this paper tries to answer whether depression and anxiety are common in college students, and if so, what are the causes and possible consequences.
- Anxiety Disorder and Its Characteristics
This paper focuses on the fundamental characteristics of anxiety and its theories and treatment options imperially supported.
- People with Asperger's Syndrome: The Effects of Group Trainings
To effectively determine how group training affects adults and children with Asperger's syndrome, many researchers do use experimental research design.
- Resilience and Exposure to Trauma Relationship
This essay will discuss the relationship between stress, psychological stability, and mental health outcomes after distressing events.
- Emotion Regulation Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Emotional Regulation Therapy demonstrates significant improvement in treating anxiety, depression, life satisfaction, ruminating, worrying, and being unable to manage feelings.
- Depression and Impact of Human Services Worker
Depression is a feeling of constant sadness and loss of interest, affecting how a person performs their day-to-day activities, it can stay for long without being recognized.
- DSM-5 Anxiety Disorders: Causes and Treatment
This research paper discusses the DSM-5 anxiety disorders reviewing the diagnosis, a case conceptualization, and a treatment plan.
- Cell Phones and Mental Health
Limited use of smartphones, current human companions, makes life easier and enjoyable, while excessive screen time may bring severe mental health consequences.
- Literature Review on Depression
The paper summarizes other researchers' work addressing the issue of depression using several databases and carries out a curative study on depression in full text.
- The Role of Family in Depression Treatment
Psychologists do a great job of helping people deal with their worries and fears because sometimes the patients have no one who could be trusted apart from the counselor.
- Stress Among Ethnic Minority Adolescents and Mindfulness Intervention
The purpose of the proposed research is to investigate the effect of a school-based mindfulness-based intervention on stress among ethnic minority adolescents.
- Professional Psychology: Obtaining a Counselor License
The paper is dedicated to the analysis of the profession of a psychologist. The aim is to create an algorithm, adherence to which will help obtain a license of a counselor.
- Couple Separation and Family Counseling Techniques
This paper aims to discuss advisory deliberations, expected effects due to separation, and the most effective family counseling techniques.
- Depression Disassembling and Treating
Depression is a pathology in its neglected form when the individual begins to have more severe symptoms - persistent nervous system disorders.
- Depressive Symptoms Statistics in the 1990s and Now
Between 1990 and 2010, the incidence of mental health problems and depression diagnoses in patients declined modestly.
- Anxiety and Decision Making: Literature Review
It is important to continue collecting the evidence to establish connections between levels of anxiety and computations that support decision-making.
- Psychology: Pluralism, Counselling Psychology
The reviewed articles were chosen for several reasons. First, they explore different topics in the field of counseling psychology.
- Experience of Childhood Trauma from Child Abuse/Maltreatment
This paper aims to analyze the experience of childhood trauma from child abuse/maltreatment, outcomes included, and relevant literature search results and annotated bibliography.
- Child Abuse and Depression
This essay argues that neglect, emotional distress, and limited access to psychological treatment during childhood alleviate depression and other mental conditions.
- Polysubstance Abuse Among Adolescent Males With Depression
Substance abuse among adolescents can be caused by depression. In this case, the adolescents down ply the idea of seeking psychological support
- Depression in Adolescents and Suitable Interventions
Critically, the issue of depression is pronounced in the age bracket due to confusion brought on by the changes happening and also peer pressure.
- Early-Life Stress and Behavioral Outcomes
The study aims to understand the mechanisms behind the long-lasting consequences of early-life stress exposure. It is accomplished by comparing the results of tests.
- Reducing Depressive Symptoms and Suicidal Tendencies in Adolescents
Cognitive-behavioral therapy addresses children, teenagers, adult survivors overcoming the harmful repercussions of early trauma for their unique mental and emotional needs.
- Aspects of Abnormal Psychology
Abnormal psychology studies psychological disorders and ways to improve the lives of those affected by them. There are several perspectives on the pathology.
- Depression: Symptoms and Treatment
Depression symptoms may be divided into three categories. The three categories are psychological, physical and social symptoms.
- Preventing Child Suicide: The Role of Family Therapy
Due to the increasing number of child suicide cases, more studies need to be done on various types of family therapy and other psychotherapies in preventing suicide.
- Experience of Trauma from Child Maltreatment
Summing up the findings of various researchers as well as using databases, studies confirm an undeniable influence of maltreatment on the later development and life of a child.
- Approaches for Treating Depression
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and one of the most effective approaches for treating depression.
- Managing Anxiety in Evidence-Based Practice
This EBP project proposal focuses on nonpharmacological treatment that does not involve the administration of drugs. It tries to effectively manage anxiety.
- Andrew Solomon: Why We Can't Talk About Depression
The main difficulty of depression lies in communicating the patient's condition to those around him. Many people use the word "depression" to describe a bad mood.
- Mental Health Disorders Most Commonly Found in Teenagers
The present essay focuses on anxiety, depression, and behavioral disorders because these mental health disorders are the most widely spread among teenagers.
- Approaches a Therapist Could Use to Help Lawrence
Lawrence thought he would never come out from underneath the hiding spot while he was despondent. Even some of the most severe depression, nonetheless, can be treated.
- The Link Between the Birth Experience and Postnatal Depression
This study offers an overview of the latest scholarly research surrounding postnatal depression to determine whether the birth experience contributes to postpartum depression.
- Evidence-Based Screening for Depression in Acute Care
EB analysis for the topic of depression to identify the need for an appropriate screening tool in addition to the PHQ-9 in the assessment evaluation process.
- Beck’s Postpartum Depression Theory: Purpose, Concepts, and Significance
This paper aims to describe, analyze and evaluate Beck's Postpartum Depression Theory, and discuss its purpose, concepts, and significance.
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Depression
Treatment of psychological disorders requires the application of additional methods that might help with the physical state of people and their mental well-being.
- Teen Depression and Suicide in Soto “The Afterlife”
In “The Afterlife,” Gary Soto scrutinizes the challenges to teen mental health by portraying the protagonist observing from a side perspective the challenges faced by teenagers.
- Depression and Anxiety Run in the Family
This paper examines the possibilities of depression and anxiety in one family through the study of literature and applying one of the family theories.
- Humanistic Therapy of Depression
The mental health of the population is becoming a topical concern for numerous countries around the world, and, the need for effective and holistic treatments arises.
- Treating Mood Disorders and Depression
This paper discusses treating mood disorders. Medications, which are used to cure people with such diseases, always include a combination of various drugs.
- Depression in Older Adults: Causes and Treatment
The main factors in the progression of depressive disorder in old age are traumatic life events, lifestyle, and chronic illness.