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Students will choose one mental health disorder and write a 5 page paper in proper APA format.  Students will recognize at least the following in their paper: How the disorder is diagnosed, likely population, gender, SES or if there are no differences found, symptoms, treatment, the most effective treatment methods currently being used, past treatment methods, how this disorder can affect family members.  Students can use interviews if they know of someone who has been diagnosed with this disorder or a family member as part of their paper. 



Running head: POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER The posttraumatic stress disorder, which is abbreviated as the PTSD, is mental health

 

problem that some persons do normally develop after just after experiencing or even witnessing

 

life-threatening event, for example, a combat, natural disaster, car accident, or even a sexual 1 POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER 2 assault. Having upsetting memories, feeling on the edge, or even having trouble while sleeping

 

after such kind of event always considered normal (Williams, Richardson & Galovski, 2013). At

 

first, it can be so hard to always do the normal daily doings, for example, going to work, going to

 

school, or even spending time with persons that an individual care about.

 

Nevertheless, most persons begin to feeling better subsequent to a few weeks or even

 

months. If the duration has been longer compared to a few months and an individual is still

 

experiencing the symptoms, then the person may possibly be having posttraumatic stress

 

disorder (Williams, Richardson & Galovski, 2013). For some persons, posttraumatic stress

 

disorder symptoms can sometimes start later on, or even they can come as well as go over the

 

time.

 

The posttraumatic stress disorder can always happen to anybody. It isn?t a sign or

 

symptom of weakness. Several factors are in a position to increase the possibility that an

 

individual will have posttraumatic stress disorder, many of which aren?t under that individual's

 

control. For instance, having very intense or even a long-lasting traumatic event or even getting

 

injured for the period of the event can always make it even more likely that an individual will

 

develop posttraumatic stress disorder (Shiromani, Keane & LeDoux, 2014). Posttraumatic stress

 

disorder is always very common after given types of the trauma, for example, combat as well as

 

sexual assault.

 

Individual factors, for example, the previous traumatic exposure, the age, as well as the

 

gender, can always have impact on whether or not an individual will then develop posttraumatic

 

stress disorder. Whatever happens after traumatic event is also vital (Shiromani, Keane &

 

LeDoux, 2014). Stress can also make posttraumatic stress disorder to be more likely, while social

 

support, which can always make it to be less likely. POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER 3 The major treatments for the persons with posttraumatic stress disorder are counseling

 

which is always known as the talk therapy or the psychotherapy, the medications, or even both.

 

However, there are various treatment options for the posttraumatic stress disorder, and the

 

patient response to the treatment do normally varies, some of the treatments do have more

 

benefit in general. The Cognitive-behavioral therapy, which is abbreviated as CBT, is one of the

 

types of counseling (Mahan & Ressler, 2012). With the Cognitive-behavioral therapy, the

 

therapist do helps service member who is dealing with the Cognitive-behavioral therapy to

 

understand as well as to change how the thoughts as well as beliefs concerning the trauma, and

 

also about the world, cause stress as well as to maintain the current symptoms.

 

Some of the effective treatments for the Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder

 

include; Prolonged-exposure therapy, in this type of treatment, the therapist always guides client

 

to recall the traumatic memories in a very controlled fashion so that the clients sooner or later

 

regain the mastery of their own thoughts as well as feelings around that incident. While exposing

 

the individuals to very events that lead to their trauma can seem so counterintuitive (Mehta et al.

 

2013). That is always done in very gradual, controlled as well as repeated manner, until the

 

individual is in a position to evaluate their own circumstances realistically as well as understand

 

that they can always safely return to their normal activities in their current lives that they have

 

been avoiding.

 

Another effective treatments for the Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder is the

 

Cognitive-processing therapy, which is a form of the cognitive behavioral therapy, or the CBT, it

 

was developed so as to treat the rape victims and then later it was applied to the posttraumatic

 

stress disorder. The treatment always includes exposure component, though it places a greater

 

emphasis on the cognitive strategies so as to aid persons so as to alter their erroneous thoughts POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER 4 that had emerged because of the occurrence of the event (Lanius et al. 2012). The practitioners

 

can sometimes work with the clients on the false beliefs, foe example, that the globe is no longer

 

a safe place, or that the individuals are incompetent for the reason that they have allowed terrible

 

event to occur to them.

 

Hence, the components of cognitive therapy include; to modify relationships between the

 

thoughts as well as feelings, to identify as well as challenge the inaccurate or the extreme

 

automatic negative thoughts and also to develop the alternative, the more logical or even helpful

 

thoughts (Lanius et al. 2012). The goal of cognitive therapy is to help the client to recognize as

 

well as to adjust trauma-related thoughts as well as beliefs and to help the clients to modify his or

 

her appraisals of self as well as the world.

 

Another effective treatments for the Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder is the

 

Stress-inoculation training, which is another form of the CBT, where the practitioners do teach or

 

educate the clients some techniques so as to manage as well as to reduce the anxiety, for

 

example, breathing, positive self-talk as well as muscle relaxation. Another effective treatment

 

for the Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder is the other forms of the cognitive therapy that

 

includes the cognitive restructuring as well as the cognitive therapy. Another effective treatments

 

for the Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder is the Eye-movement desensitization as well

 

as reprocessing, or the EMDR, that is whereby the therapist do guides the clients so as to make

 

the eye movements or even to follow the hand taps, for example, at the same time, the clients are

 

made to recount the traumatic events (Watts et al. 2013). To date, it is not very clear how the

 

EMDR do works, and because of that, it's somewhat still controversial.

 

The components of the Stress-inoculation training include; providing variety of the

 

coping skills that are vital in managing the anxiety, that includes the muscle relaxation, the POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

 

breathing retraining, as well as the role playing and also the cognitive techniques, for example,

 

the guided self-talk. Another component of Stress-inoculation training is graduated in vivo

 

exposure (Watts et al. 2013). The aim or goal of Stress-inoculation is to decrease avoidance as

 

well as anxious that is responding to trauma-related memories, the thoughts as well as the

 

feelings.

 

Another effective treatments for the Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder is the

 

medications, particularly the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. The paroxetine, which is

 

also known as the Paxil as well as the sertaline which is also known as the Zoloft, was approved

 

by Food and Drug Administration to be used in posttraumatic stress disorder (Berntsen et al.

 

2012). Other forms of medications can be useful in the treatment of the posttraumatic stress

 

disorder as well, specifically when the individual has the additional disorders, for example, the

 

depression, the anxiety or even the psychosis, the guidelines does note.

 

The other possible ways of treating posttraumatic stress disorder is when it?s

 

accompanied by the other psychiatric as well as health conditions. For instance, an integrated

 

treatment which aims at alleviating the symptoms of both the posttraumatic stress disorder as

 

well as the chronic pain in the client. That kind of treatment always combines the aspects of the

 

cognitive processing therapy for the trauma as well as the cognitive behavioral therapy for the

 

chronic pain. Though the two conditions do interact in some psychological manner that does

 

makes them to be more severe as well as challenging to treat (Berntsen et al. 2012). The anxiety

 

sensitivity fear of experiencing an individual?s anxiety-related symptoms can raise odds that

 

certain posttraumatic stress disorder sufferers do have more problems compared to others.

 

The additional typed of counseling that are helpful in the treating of the posttraumatic

 

stress disorder include the group therapy by giving the individuals with posttraumatic stress 5 POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER 6 disorder to share their stories with the group members with the similar experience or even

 

feelings (Lanius et al. 2012). Another type of counseling s the family and group therapy whereby

 

the therapist do help the individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder to communicate, to

 

maintain good relationship as well as to cope with the tough emotions. Reference

 

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