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    EYL
    IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY-FOCUSED THERAPY FOR CHILDREN IN DEPRESSION
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     IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY-FOCUSED THERAPY  FOR CHILDREN IN DEPRESSION
     

     
    Approximately 4% of children have depressive disorders. This rate increases significantly  from childhood through adolescence. Depressive disorders are less common in childhood than in adolescence. However, childhood depression is usually permanent and severe. There is a risk of relapse. Also it can lead to dysfunction and residual social impairments. 
    Research has shown that pharmacological treatment by itself is not enough and that children and adolescents ...
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    EYL
    Evolutionary Theory of Emotion
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     Evolutionary Theory of Emotion

     
    Charles Darwin was a naturalist. He proposed that emotions evolved because they were adaptive and allowed humans and animals to survive and reproduce. When people  feel the love and affection, they orient to seek mates and reproduce. However, when people feel the fear, they either fight or flee the source of danger.
    The evolutionary theory of emotion said that, we have our emotions because they serve an adaptive role. Emotions motivate people to respond quickly to stimuli in the environment, which helps improve the cha...
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    AĞU
    Psychology of Fear Part 2
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     Psychology of Fear- Part 2
     
     
     
    Acclimation
    When we repeat exposure a lot of time, it comes to us familiar. This system reduces both fear response and the resulting pleasure. İt  based on adrenaline junkies to seek out evet new and bigger thrills. At the same time it forms the basis of some phobia threatments which depend on slowly minimizing the fear response by making it feel familiar.
     
     
     
    Threating Phobias
    Systematic desensitization is ...
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    AĞU
    PSYCHOLOGY OF FEAR
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    Psychology of Fear- Part 1
    One of the powerful and primitive human emotion is fear. When we are in a critical and danger situation it alerts us. Because of fear our ancestors in keeping alive. Fear separeted  in two stages. These stages are biochemical and emotional. The biochemical response is universal, while the emotional response is highly individualized.
     
    Biochemical Reaction
    İf we confront a perceived a danger, our bodies alerts us in a meaningful way. Sweating,increased rate, high adrenaline levels are some of the physical reactions. It calls...
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    AĞU
    Meditation
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     Overview of Meditation
    Meditation is the most popular ways to release stress. 
                                
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    TEM
    Attachment Theory
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     Attachment Theory

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    TEM
    Dissociative Disorder
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     Dissociative Disorder and Dissociative Amnesia

    The underlying mechanism in the psychopathology of the diseases in this group is dissociation. Dissociation; is the deterioration of the integrity of functions that normally function as a whole, such as perceptions of identity, memory, perception, and the environment. Another characteristic is that behaviors function indepen...

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    TEM
    What is Stress
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    What is Stress?

    Life would be very simple if all our needs were met spontaneously. In real life we ​​face many personal and environmental barriers. A disability can end a promising sports career; we may have less money than we need; the person we love can reject us. The facts of the life require us to adapt. The difficulties facing our physical and emotional well-being are often referred to as stress (Gunnar & Quevedo, 2007). Psychiatrists call their...

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    TEM
    Eating Disorder
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    Eating Disorder

    Eating Disorder can be described ...

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    TEM
    Self-Esteem
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    Self-Esteem:

    Children who have healthy self-esteem feel valued, confident which they can do what’s expected, feel proud of that they do a job well done and think good...

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    HAZ
    Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
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     Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

    Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a motivational theory in psychology. This theory generally include  5 basic human needs and the each part of the pyramid represents the needs. The pyramid occurs from five-tier mode...

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    HAZ
    Stuttering
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     Stuttering

    Stuttering  also called stammering or childhood-onset fluency disorder  is a speech disorder that involves freq...

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    MAY
    Anger Management
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    Anger Management:

    Anger is a normal and healthy emotion.  Children sometimes may feel angry, but understanding the difference b...

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    MAR
    Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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    Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    People with narcissistic disorder believe themselves superior and special. They usually try to associate with other people whom believed are uni...

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    MAR
    Selective Mutism
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    Selective Mutism

    Selective mutism is a rare childhood anxiety disorder include children who can speak various situations but cannot speak in certain situati...

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    MAR
    PARANOID DISORDERS
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    PARANOID DISORDERS:

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    MAR
    Child Affected by Distressed Parents
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    Child Affected by Distressed Parents

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    MAR
    Eating Disorders
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     Eating Disorders

    Many people can find something about their body which do not like and they can do diet or sports exercises for being healthier or improving appearances.

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    MAR
    Childhood Depression
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     Childhood Depression

    If your child has signs as indicated below, your child may be depressed;

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    MAR
    Sibling Jealousy
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     Sibling Jealousy

    There is a little bit of jealousy between siblings, which is a normal part of human nature. Jealousy problems usually begin after the birth of the younger sibling (in some cases, before the younger borther/sister is born). Generally, sibling rivalry is decrease ...

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    ŞUB
    EVERY EMOTION SITUATION CHANGE BIPOLAR DISORDER ?
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     EVERY EMOTION SITUATION CHANGE BIPOLAR DISORDER ?

     

    Bipola...

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    ŞUB
    Obesity in children
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    Obesity in children:

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    OCA
    AGORAPHOBIA
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    Agoraphobia

     

    Fear is a form of ...

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    OCA
    Effects of Divorce on Children
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    OCA
    Seperation Anxiety
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     Seperation Anxiety

    Separation anxiety is the fear or distress that happen to children and adults when they think they are separated from home or  an attachment figure. In previous versions of the DSM, separation anxiety was only applied to people under the age of 18 but now the diagnosis is  categorized as an anxiety disorder that can be present at all stages ...

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    OCA
    Drug Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)
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     Drug Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)

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    OCA
    Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia)
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                              Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) 

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    ARA
    Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder
    180 Number Of Views

    Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition that affects manychildren and usually continues into adulthood.Children with ADHD may have problems about self-esteem, relationships, and academic success. Symptoms may decrease with age. However, some people never completely outgrow their ADHD symptoms. But they can learn strategies to be successful. Inattention and hyperactive-impulsive behavior are the main features of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Generally, ADHD symptoms start before the age of 12 and also for some children it may be notice before the age of 3. ADHD symptoms can be mild, moderate or severe, and they may continue into adulthood.&n...
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    ARA
    Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder
    214 Number Of Views

    Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic condition that affects manychildren and usually continues into adulthood.Children with ADHD may have problems about self-esteem, relationships, and academic success. Symptoms may decrease with age. However, some people never completely outgrow their...

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    ARA
    Potty Training
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     Potty Training

    Potty training is a big step for both children and parents. The secret of success in this process is timing and patience!

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    ARA
    Violent Behavior in Children and Adolescents
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     Violent Behavior in Children and Adolescents

    Recently, the incidence of vio...

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    ARA
    Bedwetting
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     Bedwetting

    Enurezis, which is known as bedwetting, is Read More

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    KAS
    Learning Disabilities/Disorders
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     Learning Disabilities/Disorders

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    KAS
    Trichotillomania
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     TRICHOTILLOMANIA

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    KAS
    Down Syndrome
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     DOWN SYNDROME

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    KAS
    Schizoaffective Disorder
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     Schizoaffective Disorder

    Schizoaffective disorder is a rare psychological condition.  Read More

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    KAS
    OBSESSİVE-COMPULSİVE DİSORDER
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     OBSESSİVE-COMPULSİVE DİSORDER

    Obsessive-compulsive disorder, often known as OCD, appears in different forms. The symptoms change from one person to another. Many people have combinations of various OCD symptoms.

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    EKİ
    CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
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     CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

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    EKİ
    Social Anxiety
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     SOCIAL ANXIETY

    Social anxiety disorder is intense fear in social situation. This fear can be experienced by a very social situation and it is often accompanied by fear of being scrutinized by others. While interacting with others and eating in public or giving speeches are often experienced anxiety. However neglecting with self-perceptions and a fear of being ridiculed by others can lead to social withdrawal and avoidance. This is the most common psychiatric disorder. The prevalence rates b...