… : Dont start something until you finish another. She judged fairly and revealed an adequate insight of things.
Her admitting diagnosis consisted of severe psychosocial stressors, related to social situation;
depression; bipolar disorder; post traumatic stress disorder, OCD; alcohol abuse disorder but in remission; elevated blood pressure and cholesterol. #
III. TREATMENT HISTORY. TO-DATE
A. Treatment Plan
The patient was admitted to the Adult Out-Patient Program four times a week for two to four weeks. The Program had the following features:
= a structured and supportive milieu which would provide occupational, recreational and group therapy;
= a physical and psychosocial evaluation …
… the opinion that a childs critical training periods were feeding, cleanliness training, and early sex training. Our patients symptoms appeared at the end of her formative years, indicating that it came as a response to a disturbance in her early childhood in one of these periods.
2. Albert Banduras theory on the development of aggressive behavior or criminality came out of a process he called behavior modeling. While it was not inherited, he believed that a person or child learned to be aggressive from his parents or at home, through the media and from the environment. These …