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1 EMOTIONAL HEALTH: MENTAL HEALTH è EMOTIONAL WELLNESS MENTAL ILLNESS (depress,phobia,anorex/bullem,obsess/compul,alc,bored è EMOTIONAL DISORDERS LEARNING DISABILITIES MENTAL RETARDATION (CHALLENGED/INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED)
2 LEARNING DISABILITY: A condition in which a person has average or above average intelligence, but has difficulty learning in a particular area. (math, reading, writing).
3 LEARNING DISABLITY: Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Visually impaired, hearing impaired, etc. the eht teh
4 "Disabilities shouldn't be able to stop you from doing what you like or love or want to do.“ -Tiffara StewardTiffara
5 MENTAL RETARDATION: (Mentally Challenged/Intellectually Disabled) A condition in which a person has below average intelligence, is slow at learning, and there are some things they may never learn.
6 AVERAGE I.Q. = 85-115 (ability to learn, learning potential)
7 MENTAL RETARDATION: GENIUS - 180+ I.Q. ABOVE AVG - 120-170 I.Q. AVERAGE - 85-115 I.Q. _______________85 I.Q._________________ EMR (H/C)-(Educable) 55-75 I.Q. TMR (C)-(Trainable) 35-55 I.Q. SPR-(Severely, Profoundly)<35 I.Q.
8 L.D. / M.R.: REASONS: Lack of oxygen at birth, high fever, prematurity, accident (brain damage), genetic, use of drugs during pregnancy.
9 MENTAL RETARDATION: FACTS: – M.R. people don’t look any different. – M.R. people are not stronger than other people. – M.R. people are not any more dangerous than other people.
10EMOTION: Psychologicalfeeling Psychological feeling (mental) (mental)
11 EMOTIONAL HEALTH: 5 BASIC EMOTIONS: LOVE JOY FEAR ANGER GRIEF
12 Levels of emotions
16 Sometimes it’s okay to be scared!
17 EMOTIONAL HEALTH: COPING: dealing with problems. “I’m NOT Angry!”
20 COPING: 3 Criteria of Proper Coping Techniques: 1 Quick in solving the problem 2 Effective in solving…… 3 Expressed in a Socially Acceptable Manner
22 How do YOU cope? List the 6 ways you most often cope with Anger:
23 Remain calm!
24 Never pass up an opportunity to go for a joyride!
25 Chill with a friend.
26 Take a nap!
27 Eat with gusto and enthusiasm. Stop when you have had enough.
28 Say “I Love You” often
29 There is always someone who loves you more than you know!
30 Love someone!
31 Show someone you care.
32 When someone is having a bad day, be silent, sit close by and nuzzle them gently.
33 It’s great to have a friend to help you cope!
34 SOURCES OF HELP: 11 Psychiatrist: B.S., M.D.; counsel, give tests, prescribe medication for emotional problems. ($150-200) Psychologist: B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; counsel, give tests, for emotional problems. (Doctorate) ($90-150)
35 WHERE TO GET HELP: State Psychiatric Hospital- long term, inpatient care. C.D.P.C. (Capital District Psychiatric Center)- short term, inpatient counseling.
36 WHERE TO GET HELP: G.C.M.H.C.- Greene County Mental Health Center (Cairo)- outpatient counseling,“problems in life”, crisis.
37 Private Practice- outpatient counseling. WHERE TO GET HELP:
38 WHERE TO GET HELP: G.C.S.- “Peer Mediation”, guidance counselors, teachers, clergy, school psychologist, social worker, substance abuse counselor, A.S.A.P.
39 TYPES OF COUNSELING: 1 Individual 2 Group 3 Family
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