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Title: Chapter 9 Mental and Emotional Problems

Chapter 9 Mental and Emotional Problems
Indiana State Standards
Lesson 1
10.1.3 Describe the interrelationship of
mental, emotional, social, and physical health
among the elderly. 10.1.4 Form hypotheses
regarding the influence of physical, mental,
emotional, and environmental health on the growth
and development of select populations.

What are Mental Disorders?
  • A mental disorder is an illness of the mind that
    can affect the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
    of a person.
  • This can also prevent the person from leading a
    happy, healthy, and productive life.

Types of Mental Disorders
  • There are many types of disorders like
  • 1. Anxiety Disorders
  • 2. Phobias
  • 3. OCDs
  • 4. Panic Disorders
  • 5. Mood Disorders
  • 6. Bipolar Disorders

Vocabulary Lesson 1
  • Anxiety Disorders-condition in which real or
    imagined fears are difficult to control.
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder-a condition that
    may develop after exposure to a terrifying event
    that threatened or caused physical harm.
  • Mood Disorders-an illness, often with an organic
    cause, that involves mood extremes that interfere
    with everyday living.
  • Conduct Disorder- a pattern of behavior in which
    the rights of others or basic social rules are

Teen Suicides caused by Disorders
Lesson 2
  • The number one cause of teen suicides is

Strategies to Prevent Suicide
  • Some ways to prevent suicide of a friend or
    relative would
  • To make them feel good about themselves.
  • To have a meaningful conversation with them.
  • To show support and ask questions.
  • To try and get the person to seek help with for
    their problems.

Vocabulary Lesson 2
  • Alienation- feeling isolated and separated from
    everyone else.
  • Cluster Suicides- are a series of suicides
    occurring within a short period of time and
    involving several people in the same school or

Knowing When to get Help
Lesson 3

A person should know when to get help after
a long period of changes in ones diet and
sleeping patterns. They should also seek help if
they feel trapped and worry all the time.
Professional help is needed if the person is sad
for a long period of time, for no reason. Also if
the person has frequent outbursts of anger. All
of this may be caused by lack of sleep or eating
habit changes.
Types of Therapy Methods

There are different types of therapy. Only a few
work for most people. Examples include Psychother
apy- is an ongoing dialogue between the patient
and a mental health professional. Group Therapy-
involves a group of people with similar problems
meeting with trained counselors and talking about
their issues.
Vocabulary Lesson 3
  • Behavior Therapy- process that focuses on
    changing unwanted behaviors through rewards and
  • Cognitive Therapy- methods designed to treat
    distorted thinking patterns that lead to feelings
    of being troublesome, self defeating, or even
    self destructive.

Understanding Death and Grief of a loss…
Lesson 4

When someone loses a loved one they begin
the grieving process. Such as when parents loss a
child they feel different kinds of grief some may
feel anger others guilt. Even with all these
loses everyone does not grieve alone. Talking
about past memories could help them get through
the death and the grieving process faster.
Stages of Grief
  • Five Stages Of Grief
  • Denial At first, we tend to deny the loss has
    taken place, and may withdraw from our usual
    social contacts. This stage may last a few
    moments, or longer.
  • Anger The grieving person may then be furious at
    the person who inflicted the hurt (even if she's
    dead), or at the world, for letting it happen. He
    may be angry with himself for letting the event
    take place, even if, realistically, nothing could
    have stopped it.
  • Bargaining Now the grieving person may make
    bargains with God, asking, "If I do this, will
    you take away the loss?"
  • Depression The person feels numb, although anger
    and sadness may remain underneath.
  • Acceptance This is when the anger, sadness and
    mourning have tapered off. The person simply
    accepts the reality of the loss.

Vocabulary Lesson 4
  • 1. Coping- is dealing successfully with
    difficult changes in your life.
  • 2. Grief Response- is an individuals total
    response to a major loss.
  • 3. Mourning- is the act of showing sorrow or