The potential of music therapy

The healing influence of music was talked about and proved from long ago. Nowadays, the research done in the field of music therapy show the benefits obtained with the help of the new measuring instruments or new discoveries in neuroscience. Researchers mainly focus on quantifying changes in individual behaviors, providing evidence that music therapy is … Read more

Mental Illness In "Yellow Wallpaper" By Charlotte Perkins Gilman

‘Yellow Wallpaper’ by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Mental illness is an issue that is all too familiar. However, it is perturbing that a significant section of the society still experiences difficulty in accepting mental conditions. Mental illness currently represents a significant proportion of the global disease burden and is considered by physicians to be a common … Read more

Comparison and Contrast Analysis of Bulimia, Anorexia, and Eating Disorder

Eating disorders can be classified by either bulimia nervosa or anorexia nervosa. These psychopathologies, although sharing some similar characteristics, contrast in many ways. While both bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa are both highly dangerous disorders, anorexia nervosa is the most life threatening. This psychopathology has the highest morality rate of all mental health disorders. Anorexia … Read more

How to start with Mindfulness Meditation

Maintaining every perception of a situation like bodily sensations, thought, fondness and surrounding ambience is nothing but Mindfulness. Mindfulness involves acceptance of bodily sensations, fondness; means that attention is paid irrespective of judging them or believing them. Mindfulness is an uncomplicated word. It simply suggests that the mind is fully concentrating to what is happening … Read more

Looking At The Character Of The Trapped Protagonist In Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid Tale And Sarah Kane’s Play 4:48

In Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Sarah Kane’s 4:48 psychosis, both protagonists are trapped in way in which they cannot be heard, so instead monologue internally in the form of the writings they lead as opposed to simply addressing an audience. Throughout this analysis, the protagonist of 4:48 psychosis will be referred to as … Read more

Schizoaffective Disorder: the Bridge between Schizophrenia and Bipolar

Diagnosing Schizoaffective Disorder According to The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health (5th ed.; DSM-5; American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2013), to be diagnosed with Schizophrenia, one must experience at least one symptom of these three: delusions, hallucinations or disorganized speech. They must then experience at least two of these five symptoms: delusions, hallucinations, disorganized … Read more

The Tale of Mantra

Did you know? The word Aum is not associated to any religion. However, it can be said that the knowledge attained through a Guru is unmatchable when compared to any online or offline resources without any second thoughts. Even the content you are reading is based on few online and offline resources which may or … Read more

Cause and Effect of Suicide in our Society

Annalise Isola January 14, 2018 English research final paper, Period G Cause and Effect of Suicide in our Society Suicide voluntarily taking one’s own life occurs in every country in the world. In Western societies suicide is recognized as a leading cause of early death, a major public health problem and a tragedy for individuals … Read more

Benefits And Risks Of Cochlear Implants

As an electrical device surgically implanted to assist recipients, especially who are suffering from profound hearing impairment, to access sound and achieve near-to-normal speech understanding by providing a sensation of sound in a relatively quiet acoustic environment, cochlear implants have always been controversial among the deaf as well as hearing parents with deaf kids. Because … Read more

Insomnia: Types, Causes and Consequences

According to National Sleep Foundation (NFS), USA, following types of insomnia has been found. Acute insomnia – a brief episode of difficulty sleeping. Acute insomnia is usually caused by a life event, such as a stressful change in a person’s job, receiving bad news, or travel. Often acute insomnia resolves without any treatment. Chronic insomnia … Read more

What are Sensory Modalities?

Sensory Modalities A sensory modality is a way of sensing, like vision or hearing. Modality in someone’s voice gives a sense of the person’s mood. In logic, modality has to do with whether a proposition is necessary, possible, or impossible. In general, amodality is a particular way in which something exists. Stimulus modality, also called … Read more

News Outlets Perception of Mental Diseases As Illustrated By James L. Brooks in the Movie, James L. Brooks

Because mental illness is so prevalent today, the most impactful informer of mental illness, the media, must be evaluated and analyzed for accuracy. Careless characterizations of the mentally ill can further contribute to stigma surrounding mental illness, preventing those is need of help from seeking treatment and creating unfounded fear and social discomfort. To that … Read more

Mental Illness As A Social Issue

Introduction Through Social Health Determinants (SDH), it is possible to understand the relationship of mental health with the society. Mental health is a concept that is related to both social and emotional wellbeing (Germov, 2005). The social origin of health can be explained through comparison of life expectancy in various countries. Good mental health leads … Read more

Sociological imagination by Charles Wright Mills

When one thinks about their existence, one considers their day-to-day life and think about the standards. Charles Wright Mills came up with the concept of sociological imagination which describes how the ponderings of individuals will exceed the ordinary. As one analyzes the outlook of society, sociological imagination will guide one away from their typical thoughts … Read more

How Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Is Depicted In Martin Scorsese's Film The Aviator

Although mental illness has a high prevalence rate, the prevalence rate of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders is relatively low. Because media, such as films and television shows, is the greatest informer of the public today, characterizations of the mentally ill, such as those suffering from obsessive-compulsive or a related disorder, can create or negate stigma … Read more

Bredon School in the UK

Bredon is a dyslexia and dyspraxia specialist boarding and day school for pupils aged between 7 and 18 years old. Nestled in the most glorious, rural surroundings, and yet only ten minutes to major motorway networks, one hour to Birmingham airport and two hours to London airports. A hidden gem! Helping every child to achieve … Read more

Stress management of teachers

Introduction Teachers are the key persons within the frontline to guarantee the quality of teaching to provide to succeeding generation. They have an enormous role in generating great leaders. The majority sensible leaders can agree that they learned valuable organization skills and personal development skills from their teachers. These skills helped them to achieve where … Read more

The Purpose Of Reagan’s Inaugural Speech

Reagan’s Inaugural Speech Ronald Reagan was a president that was for the power of the people. This helped America become more patriotic again. He wanted to help the people that needed the most help and realize what the country did wrong in the past. This is something that the people of American appreciated. He needed … Read more

A Boy Called Po – story of a boy with autism

Abstract This paper explores a film, A Boy Called Po, discussing the challenges Patrick, best known as Po, lives with the daily challenges of autism. Autism is a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using language and abstract concepts (Google). Introduction There … Read more

Running Head Discussion

Some virtual teams at Boeing have discussions focused on military aircraft. Do some Internet research on UC security mechanisms and identify and briefly describe several that Boeing should have in place to ensure the privacy and integrity of such discussions. As organizations started relying more on unified communications, the management of voice, video and messaging … Read more

Borderline Personality Disorder of The Protagonist In ‘Good Will Hunting’ Movie

Good Will Hunting Reflection In the movie Good Will Hunting the main character, Will Hunting, can be diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. I think he has this disorder because people with borderline personality disorder see the world in black and white, apply their harsh either/or judgments to others and to themselves, have an unstable sense … Read more

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic and often severe psychiatric disease. It is characterized by recurrent, intrusive and distressing thoughts, images, or impulses (obsessions) and/or repetitive mental or overt acts (compulsions or neutralizing behaviors) performed to reduce or remove distress and anxiety caused by these obsessive thoughts and to prevent any perceived harmful consequences … Read more

The Stages of Sleep and the Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Sleep is a universal concept that incorporates animals and humans alike. The melatonin released from their brains allow their bodies to experience a periodic unconsciousness that re-energizes and regenerates their beings to allow for basic survival. This loss of consciousness enables the brain to maintain functionality and to process the information without continuous awareness and … Read more

The Art Therapy

The National Institute of Mental Health defines schizophrenia as “a chronic, severe, and disabling mental disorder characterized by deficits in thought processes, perceptions, and emotional responsiveness.” Patients suffering from schizophrenia exhibit a diverse range of symptoms which are categorized under positive and negative. The positive symptoms of Schizophrenia include delusions, thought disorders, and hallucinations. Negative … Read more

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Introduction Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic and often severe psychiatric disease. It is characterized by recurrent, intrusive and distressing thoughts, images, or impulses (obsessions) and/or repetitive mental or overt acts (compulsions or neutralizing behaviors) performed to reduce or remove distress and anxiety caused by these obsessive thoughts and to prevent any perceived harmful consequences … Read more

The Art Therapy

The National Institute of Mental Health defines schizophrenia as “a chronic, severe, and disabling mental disorder characterized by deficits in thought processes, perceptions, and emotional responsiveness.” Patients suffering from schizophrenia exhibit a diverse range of symptoms which are categorized under positive and negative. The positive symptoms of Schizophrenia include delusions, thought disorders, and hallucinations. Negative … Read more

Mental Illness And Its Different- Forms

The Stigma of Mental Illness & Forms of Treatment It is still clear as ever in this contemporary day and age that a great stigma remains attached to the subject of mental illness. Even in recent scientific surveys conducted, results demonstrated that “increased awareness” of the neurobiological cause of mental illness still has not tempered … Read more