Mentalism (discrimination) - Wikipedia
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Symptoms include problems with memory, language, problem solving, and attention Depression The mental state of being negative, with no hope for the future, wherein everything looks bleak and hopeless for the individual; an inability to see the positives in any situation; a lack of balance in one’s outlook on life and particular situations, tending always to the negative outlook Depression Symptoms Those physical and emotional signs that indicate a person is depressed, such as a lack of interest in things, people, or activities, negative outlook toward life in general, and a lack of positive outlooks or feelings toward every day life Divorce Counseling Therapy that relates to the divorce, either actual or pending, of two people and the effects on them and those around them, especially other family members and children Drug Abuse Counseling Therapy that deals with the abuse of drugs, whether prescription or non-prescription, the reasons for the abuse, and ways to combat it Drug Counseling Therapy or treatment devoted to helping a person overcome a habit of taking drugs to deal with the world, or to deal with a lifestyle that centers around the taking of drugs Eating Disorders Situations whereby the act of eating or not eating becomes a source of emotional or psychological support for different social or emotional issues the individual may be facing; a way to avoid facing reality, an emotional salve for anxiety Elderly Persons Disorders A group of mental and emotional problems as they affect primarily older persons, such as depression, grief, and memory impairments Emotional Abuse Verbal, psychological harm or hurt inflicted upon one person by another, or others, primarily aimed at their emotions and their emotional responses to particular or everyday situations Emotional Counseling Therapy or treatment designed to help a person understand and deal with their feelings, thoughts, and ideas; ideas are important in so far as the emotions they evoke Fears Thoughts, ideas, or emotions that cause great anxiety and desire for avoidance Gay / Lesbian Issues Ideas and conflicts having to do with sexual orientation; ideas and expressions affecting the acceptance or non-acceptance of gays and/or lesbians by heterosexuals Grief Counseling Therapy oriented toward helping an individual deal with their often deep and pervasive sadness and regret over the death of another person Grief & Loss Issues Problems, thoughts, and ideas revolving around the grieving for the loss of another human being due to death or absence Group Counseling Discussions or therapy that takes place in a group setting; dealing with multiple individuals at the same time, helping them to help each other during the course of the discussions and personal revelations Group Therapy Counseling and discussions whereby group members help each other and themselves by discussing individual problems for the benefit of all Healthy Living Approaching life in a balanced way that insures success and well-being in physical, social, psychological, and emotional aspects. Hoarding The extreme or abnormal collection of inanimate objects or things, usually things without value or use (e.g.
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The review begins by examining aspects of an ongoing debate concerning the terminology used in the context of discussing Indigenous social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB). Subsequently, the consideration of this term by many Indigenous people to refer to what is more conventionally regarded as 'mental health' allows further exploration of some of the underlying and explicit tensions that exist within the area, beginning with matters of terminology, but extending to other challenges regarding appropriate service provision, policy, intervention and research priorities, and the means by which these practical and conceptual dilemmas might be resolved. What emerges is a picture of Indigenous SEWB that is at once stark in its account of the mental health problems prevalent among Indigenous people, yet encouraging in the resilience shown by Indigenous people in the face of such adversity. Promising too are the efforts made by a variety of health service and other professionals to better appreciate their roles in promoting good SEWB for Indigenous people and the exploration of the varied sites and opportunities in which such work can take place.