TRACK 1: MENTAL HEALTH
Mental health is a goal for all folks, together with those with mental retardation, not simply those having difficulties. It is a condition of well-being in which the person aware of his or her own abilities. It also helps in determining how we handle stress. Mental health includes our psychological, emotional and social considerations. The 2 main aspects of mental health are emotional well-being and rewarding social and interpersonal relationships. Emotional well-being is a crucial a part of the gift of human life. Good social and interpersonal relationships are necessary for an upscale and fulfilling life. Mental state is a vital ingredient within the quality of life.
TRACK 2: MENTAL RETARDATION
Mental retardation (MR) is a developmental disability categorized by considerably impaired intellectual and adaptive functioning. It's outlined by associate degree IQ score underneath 70 additionally to deficits in two or additional adaptive behaviors that have an effect on daily life. Once targeted almost entirely on psychological feature, the definition currently includes each a part regarding mental functioning and one regarding individuals' useful skills in their environments. As a result of this concentrate on the person's talents in observe, someone with a bizarrely low IQ may not be thought-about to own intellectually incapacity or disability. The milder the mental retardation, the harder it generally is to spot a particular etiology.
TRACK 3: CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH
Good Mental well-being child and adolescent are able to attain and retain optimal psychological and social functioning and well-being. They have a self-worth and sense of identity, sound personal and peer bonds, an ability to be productive and to learn, and a capacity to tackle developmental challenges and use cultural resources to exploit growth. Besides, the mental health of children and juveniles is crucial for their active social and economic contribution. The mental state of youngsters and adolescents may be influenced by different factors. Risk factors increase the probability of mental state issues, whereas protecting factors moderate the consequences of risk exposure. Policies, plans and specific interventions ought to be designed in a technique that reduces risk factors and enhances protecting factors.
TRACK 4: FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH
Forensic mental state defines a state wherever the lawful and psychological state systems interrelate. This happens once a private who contains a serious psychopathy comes involved with the law as a result of committing a criminal offense. The courts could realize an individual not criminally liable or unfit to face trial on account of a mental disease. It describes an area of specialty that, in the criminal sphere, involves the assessment and treatment of those who are both mentally disordered and whose behavior has led, or could lead, to offending. In the civil sphere has a new difficult remit, not only being involved in the assessment and management of those who have potentially compensable injuries but also providing advice to courts and tribunals on competency and capacity.
TRACK 5: INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
ID or mental retardation is a Condition characterized by the presence of incomplete mental development that covers everyday social and practical skills. A person is considered to have an intellectual disability when the following factors are present: general intellectual functioning is significantly below average; significant deficits exist in adaptive skills and the condition is present from childhood (eighteen years or less). For ID, scores for intellectual development levels must be determined based on all of the available information, including clinical signs, adaptive behavior in the cultural medium of the individual and psychometric findings.
TRACK 6: ABUSE AND ADDICTION
The term abuse used to describe someone’s actions when they have caused or allowed serious damage to come to different person. Abuse includes physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. Addiction is a disorder of the brain's reward system which arises through transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms and occurs over time from chronically high levels of exposure to an addictive stimulus. It is often used to refer to any behavior that is out of control in some way.
TRACK 7: PERSONALITY DISORDERS
Personality is the approach of feeling, behaving and thinking that creates an individual completely different from others. An individual’s personality is influenced by inherited characteristics, experiences and environment (surroundings, life situations). Personality disorders are conditions in which an individual differs considerably from an average person, in terms of how they think, perceive, feel or relate to others .These inner experiences and behaviors usually take issue from the expectations of the culture in which someone lives.
TRACK 8: POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH
The individual with positive mental health can realize their full ability, deal effectively with our stresses in our life includes work, personal life and with the society. There are several factors which will affect mental health are Biological factors, such as genes, Life experiences such as abuse and their Family history related to mental health. It varies from persons to persons depending on their ages from childhood to adolescence through adulthood.
TRACK 9: SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR DISORDERS
Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorder is a serious psychotic disorder. Schizophrenia is characterized by incoherent or illogical thoughts, freaky behavior and speech, and delusions or hallucinations like hearing voices. It is generally begins in early adulthood. In Bipolar disorder the person common emotions become intensely and sometimes erratically enlarged. People can rapidly swing from extremes of happiness, energy and clarity to unhappiness, fatigue and confusion. These shifts can be devastating that people could select suicide.
TRACK 10: STRESS MANAGEMENT
Stress is a feeling of strain and pressure. Excessive amounts of stress may lead to bodily damage. It can increase the danger of heart attacks, ulcers, dwarfism, strokes and mental illnesses such as depression. Tiny amounts of stress are useful, desired and even healthy. Positive stress helps improve athletic performance. It also plays a factor in motivation, adaptation and reaction to the environment. Stress management defines stress exactly as a human physiological response to an external input that triggers the "fight-or-flight" reaction.
TRACK 11: OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder during which individuals have unwanted and constant thoughts, images, sensations, feelings and interacts in behaviors or mental acts in response to those thoughts or obsessions. Somebody's level of OCD can be anywhere from delicate to severe, However if left untreated, it will limit his or her ability to function at school or work or even to lead a comfortable existence at home or around others. Typically the person carries out the behaviors to reduce the impact or get rid of the obsessive thoughts, but this only brings temporary relief.
TRACK 12: SUICIDAL BEHAVIOUR
Suicidal behavior is an important root of injury and death worldwide.Suicide means that not solely a tragic loss of a life, however conjointly great unhappiness and self-examination by the family and friends and community of the one that has died. Suicidal behavior could be a comprehensive thought together with suicidal thoughts, tries and completed suicides. It includes completed suicide and tried suicide. Thoughts and plans regarding suicide unit of measurement called suicide higher cognitive process.
TRACK 13: CANCER PSYCHIATRY
Cancer psychiatry is a field in cancer care involved with treating and understanding the psychological, social, spiritual, emotional, value-of-life and practical aspects of cancer from hindrance through bereavement. It’s a whole-person approach to cancer care that addresses a range of very human wants which will improve quality of life for folks suffering from cancer.
TRACK 14: INFANT MENTAL HEALTH
Infant Mental Health (IMH) is defined as the healthy social and emotional development of a young child. It is the ability of a young child to express emotions and form close and secures interpersonal relationships. Infant mental health is best understood from the perspective of brain development in the first years of life and the influence of what does or does not happen. It is during this critical window of development when the foundation is laid for all future relationships and learning. IMH encompasses the importance of early attachment relationships and experiences that will either promote social-emotional health and well-being or will set in motion a negative trajectory that is played out throughout the life span.
TRACK 15: SEXUAL ABUSE AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
Sexual abuse is when somebody in an exceedingly position of power or authority takes advantage of a person’s trust and regard to involve them in sexuality. Most victims and perpetrators know one another. The term also covers any behavior by an adult or older adolescent towards a child to stimulate any of the involved sexually. The use of a child or other individuals younger than the age of consent, for sexual stimulation is referred to as child sexual abuse or statutory rape. Substance use disorder happen once a personality's use of alcohol or another substance (drug) results in health problems or issues at work, school or home. This disorder is additionally known as habit.
TRACK 16: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological state condition that is triggered by a terrific event - either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include severe anxiety, nightmares and flashbacks as well as uncontrollable thoughts regarding the event. People with PTSD could feel stressed or frightened even once they don't seem to be at risk.
TRACK 17: MENTAL HEALTH NURSING
Mental health nursing is the field of nursing that cares for folks of all ages with mental state or mental distress like psychosis,bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia and dementia. Nurses during this space receive additional coaching in psychological therapies, building a therapeutic alliance, coping with difficult behavior and therefore the administration of psychiatric medication.