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Application to infant–parent interventions

Application to infant–parent interventions Attachment theory grew and developed out of ideas and observations arising from both the internal world (psychoanalytic theory) and what can be observed and measured (developmental psychology, ethology). Similarly, infant–parent therapies can be understood as working across both the domains of observed behaviours and interactions between infant and parent, and their […]

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cognitive interventions for depression

cognitive interventions for depression According to the CT model, depressed and anxious people think their way into suff ering. Specifi cally, they have maladaptive basic views, or schemas (“I’m unlovable,” “I’m helpless”), associated maladaptive rules or underlying assumptions (“Unless I’m perfect, people won’t like me”), and related automatic thoughts that misinterpret everyday reality (Leahy, 1997; […]

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Monitoring of interventions

Monitoring of interventions Interventions must be monitored at regular intervals to make sure they are working minor alterations will be needed to the treatment plan in order to obtain better results. Also, if the unwanted behaviour has worsened, the person with intellectual disabilities will need to be reassessed for new clues and an update on […]

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Different kinds of therapeutic interventions

Different kinds of therapeutic interventions The intervention is usually made up of a number of parts, and they are related to the function of the behaviour. They usually focus on what the person finds reinforcing, changing the environment where the challenging behaviour occurs and teaching a more appropriate response than the challenging behaviour. People with […]

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Key Intervention Concepts

While some agencies offer special programs for mothers living with mental illnesses, these are, in fact, rare. Individual providers or mothers themselves may piece together services and resources to support their parenting efforts and achieve parenting goals. Key intervention concepts can be incorporated into a formal intervention specifically targeted to mothers or may simply become […]

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Early intervention for babies at high risk

low birth weight, convulsions, jaundice and meningitis, lack of oxygen at birth and genetic disorders such as Down’s syndrome. Early intervention programmes are important for these babies. The brain needs activity, exercise and excitement to grow well. A child who is slower in learning to use her body and mind needs extra help. Early intervention programmes work […]

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Child Abuse Intervention Strategies

Child Abuse Intervention Strategies Questions to ask the family or friends Few adults will openly report that they feel that a child they know is being abused. It is essential that, if you suspect child abuse, you ask the adult in a frank and open way. • Do you suspect or know whether this child […]

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Treatment Interventions for PTSD

How to deal with PTSD Treatment Interventions for PTSD Questions to ask the person who has experienced trauma • What happened? Encourage the person to describe exactly what the traumatic event was. How did it start? What happened to you? Who else was present? What did you do immediately afterwards? These questions will help you […]

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family intervention services jobs

family intervention services jobs. Behavioural family interventions are one of a range of psychosocial interventions that have been found to be particularly effective in the reduction of relapse in those with a serious mental illness such as schizophrenia. The main goal of the intervention is to reduce the level of stress and expressed emotion in […]

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Types of Psychotherapeutic Interventions

Psychotherapeutic interventions and Types of Psychotherapeutic Interventions Psychotherapy is: essentially a conversation which involves listening to and talking with persons in trouble with the aim of helping individuals to understand and resolve their predicament. Therefore, on an informal level, it is something many people undertake at times with friends and family, and all care professionals […]

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