Psychological Disorder and Treatment Project

Psychological Disorder and Treatment Project

PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDER AND TREATMENT PROJECT 4

Psychological Disorder and Treatment Project

Bruce Norcise Jr

Psychological Disorder and Treatment Project

Introduction

-There are different treatment approaches which can be used to treat different health mental disorders. Bipolar is one of the major mental health disorders with devastating effects on the patients. The bipolar disorder is characterized by severe changes in mood (Van der Kolk, 2017).

-The treatment approaches include medications and therapies. Some treatment is considered to be more effective as compared to others. The psychoanalysis therapy is one of the treatment approaches which can be used to manage the condition.

-Therefore, the purpose of the project to evaluate the effectiveness of the psychoanalysis in the treatment of bipolar disorder.

Body

-Causes of bipolar disorders and the progression of the condition. The cause of the bipolar disorder is largely unclear. However, genetic, environmental factors, as well as neurochemical interactions, may play a critical role in the onset and progression of the condition.

-Types of treatment approaches. The treatment approaches include lifestyle management, education on management of symptoms, psychotherapy, and medications as well as support by the primary caregiver.

-Bipolar disorders in relation to the appropriateness of the treatment approach. There are different treatment approaches for managing the condition. Psychoanalysis provides one of the most effective approaches to managing the condition (Müller-Oerlinghausen, Berghöfer, & Bauer, 2002).

Conclusion

-Further studies still to be conducted in order to provide greater insights into the effectiveness of psychoanalysis in the treatment of bipolar disorder. Psychoanalysis is one of the best approaches critical in enabling the patients to manage symptoms, manage stress and regulate their moods as well as building healthier relationships.

References

Müller-Oerlinghausen, B., Berghöfer, A., & Bauer, M. (2002). Bipolar disorder. The Lancet, 359(9302), 241-247.

Van der Kolk, A. B. (2017). Developmental Trauma Disorder: Toward a rational diagnosis for children with complex trauma histories. Psychiatric annals, 35(5), 401-408.


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