Presentation on theme: "Mental and Emotional Problems"— Presentation transcript:
1 Mental and Emotional Problems Chapter 4Chapter 4
2 Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Mental & Emotional Disorders OBJECTIVES: You will be learn to...1. Identify types of anxiety disorders2. Describe 2 mood disorders3. Identify signs of major depressionVOCABULARY (7):Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Phobia, Personality Disorder, Mood Disorder, Major Depression, Schizophrenia
3 Kinds of Mental & Emotional Disorders Mental & emotional disorders are as real as physical disorders- They are not true illnesses, people can "snap out" of themDISORDER: a disturbance in the normal function of apart of the body
4 Anxiety Disorders* Anxiety and worrying are normal in certain situations* Problem when it is frequent and unreasonable- Could be a sign of ANXIETY DISORDER (disorder in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person from functioning normally)* 5 types- PHOBIA: intense or exaggerated fear of a- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
5 Personality Disorders PERSONALITY DISORDER: psychological condition that affects a person's ability to interact normally with others- People have a basic need to belong and be accepted- Some people struggle with this|- Ex: passive-aggressive (trouble cooperating) & borderline (trouble with relationships)personality disorders
6 Mood DisordersMOOD DISORDER: disorder in which a person undergoes changes in mood that seem inappropriate or extremebeing overly happy, giddy, or energetic for no apparent reason- EX: bipolar disorderMAJOR DEPRESSION: very serious mood disorder in which people lose interest in life and can no longer find enjoyment in anything- occasional sadness is normal
7 Depression Among Teens Teen years can be difficult* Relationships change and may seem more* Can worsen if untreatedWarning signs:* Irritable, lack energy, change in sleep patterns,physical problems, thoughts of suicide
8 SchizophreniaSCHIZOPHRENIA: severe mental disorder in which people lose contact with realityOften unable to tell the difference between real andimagined things* Common aspect = withdrawal from society|
9 Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Review1. What is a disorder? Use the term in an original sentence.2. Describe 2 mood disorders.3. What are the 5 types of anxiety disorders?4. What do you think is a negative consequence of spreading the myths about mental illness?5. Carl had worked hard on his entry for the school science fair. he was sad when he did not win an award for his project. Do you think Carl was experiencing major depression? Explain.
10 Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Suicide Objectives: You will learn to...1. Identify causes of teen suicide2. Identify warning signs of suicide3. Demonstrate effective communication skills to help someone with mental and emotional problems.VOCABULARY (1):Suicide
11 SuicideEmotional pain can become overwhelming when depression lasts for weeks or months making life seem hopelessSUICIDE: intentional taking of one's own life
12 Causes of Teen SuicideTeens sometimes consider suicide because they cannot handle the pressures they face at home/school* New challenges or responsibilities* Feel disconnected from or rejected by peers
13 Warning Signs of Suicide Teens often share plans openly or drop hintsWarning signs include:* Withdrawal from friends, family, and regular* A sudden change in mood
14 Providing SupportWarning signs are often a call for help - they don't really want to dieYou can provide help/support:* NEVER promise to keep suicide plans a secret
15 Dealing with Depression If you find yourself thinking about suicide, remember:* you are not aloneSPAN - Suicide Prevention Action Networkthoughts
16 Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Review1. What is suicide? Use in an original sentence.2. Give 2 examples of actions or behaviors that suggest that a teen might be thinking about suicide.3. What are 2 causes of teen suicide?4. Barbara's parents are getting divorced and selling the home she has lived in all her life. Barbara feels like her life is crumbling. What kind of support can you give Barbara?5. Larry's friend Pete has been very down since his father's death. Lately, Pete seems to be better. However, he has offered Larry his skateboard and his best jacket. Should Larry be concerned about Pete?
17 Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Help for Mental & Emotional Disorders Objectives: You will learn to:1. determine what to do if you or someone you know needs professional help2. describe the kinds of therapies used to treat mental & emotional disorders3. identify kinds of professionals who help people with mental health problemsVOCABULARY (5)Therapy, Family therapy, Psychologist, Clinical social worker, Psychiatrist
18 What to do if you need help If you have been experiencing these signs, seek help:* feeling "out of control", worried, or nervous allthe timeTell an adult how you feel & how long you've felt that way.
19 Kinds of Help Emotional problems often need professional help * THERAPY (an approach that teaches youdifferent ways of thinking or behaving)
20 Therapy Settings Different therapies depending on the situation * Individual - therapist & individual meet alone;* Group - therapist meets with several people withimprove troubled family relationships|
21 Drug Treatment Therapy Work to correct chemical imbalances* Not meant to replace therapy|
22 Mental Health Providers Variety of providers to treat different situationsPSYCHOLOGIST: mental health professional who is trained & licensed by the state to perform therapy (doctoral degree & specialize in specific areas)CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER: licensed, certified mental health professional with a master's degree in social work (not specialized; found in some schools)PSYCHIATRIST: medical doctor with a speciality in the treatment of mental health problemsin most states, they are the only mental healthprofessionals that can prescribe medicine|
23 Chapter 4 Lesson 3 Review 1. What is therapy? 2. Name 3 different types of therapy settings used in treating mental and emotional problems.3. How do current medications work to treat mental and emotional problems?4. Ernesto has been feeling sad every day for the last 2 weeks and he doesn' know why. What should he do?5. What factors might influence which type of mental health provider a person chooses?