Helen recurrent mood episodes and suicidal ideation needs to be addressed immediately. Her moods episodes
Helen is a non drug user that repetitively goes through several week periods of racing thoughts, abnormal energetic disposition, lack of normal eating or sleeping, talking quickly, and putting herself in potential dangerous situations. This period can be described as a Manic or Hypomanic episode. Later, she enters to what qualifies as a Major Depressive Episode. She describes it as a period that may last
While many will agree that Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is critically acclaimed to be one of the most entertaining and well-liked pieces that he has written, there tends to be a discrepancy over how the characters in the play are portrayed when it comes to the importance of gender roles. After reading James C Bulman’s article over the Globe’s more recent performance of Twelfth Night and Shakespeare’s original written version, I realized that there are many ways that this famous piece has been portrayed and each has its own pros and cons.
Adam Cooper started out as a fifteen-year-old boy, but became a fifteen-year-old man. In the beginning, Adam could not get along with his father, Moses Cooper, and truly believed that his father hated him. Moses was always getting on to Adam for everything he did. In Moses’ eyes his boy could do better than he let on if he would only apply himself a little bit more. “There was nothing that a Cooper man couldn’t do.”
The subject is then sent to our Clinic Physician to make certain that no other physical reasons may exist for her symptoms. A full physical exam along with a blood test or (CBC) will be required to rule out any thyroid problem or history of substance abuse. The subject is asked to come back the following week for the findings of the treatment team. The results of the test are gathered and taken to the treatment team for evaluation. A Multiaxial Evaluation is used which classifies the criteria from the DSM-IV. The first is Axis I which includes clinical disorders, most V-codes and conditions that need clinical attention. In this case the subjects
Helen has reported that she has mood swing and that she has suicidal ideation as well having feeling uncontrollable over her own body. She denies and audio or visual hallucinations. Helen is showing signs of bipolar disorder DSM 296.62.
Key speech or thought expressed by the main character that relates to one of the five (5) common Canadian themes (see previous PowerPoint).
My client is a young mother of one daughter who is unemployed. She struggles with finding a stable job, as she didn’t get a chance to go to college he was of “normal” age to. Her only source of income consists of government assistance, as well as babysitting her neighbours’ children a couple times per week. Her daily struggles include: paying for groceries, getting her daughter weather appropriate clothes and paying rent. I will be using a strength based perspective to use with my client; because someone in this situation may feel very insecure or pessimistic. Using a strength based practice can allow my client to see the positives in her situation, and what strengths she has, to move forward. I will first be discussing my clients presenting issues and how they have made her daily life difficult. Then, I will go over how the strength-based theory applies to my clients’ situation as well as an anti-oppressive approach. Additionally, I will present an intervention plan for my client that will help her succeed in finding her inner strengths and then perhaps, a career.
Although the client has improved over the weeks with her self-statements and her optimism, she is still not sleeping well and she remains tied to making her papers perfect. During previous sessions the counselor has helped the client conceptualize her problem with not sleeping and it has been discovered that it is due to her mind racing when she goes to bed. The client claims that when she lies down her palms start to sweat, she feels flushed, and in her mind, she shouts “I have to correct my papers,
“The other night, during the full moon, I opened the shutters so I could watch you sleep. You were slumbering peacefully, like someone with nothing on his conscience. A little smile was showing through your beard. Your face made me think of the sun coming through the clouds, it was as though all of the suffering you’ve endured had evaporated, as though pain had never dared to touch the least wrinkle in your skin. It was a vision so beautiful, so calm, I wished the dawn would never come.” Page 42 Chapter 4
Najmeh had a history of panic attacks, but she’d learned how to control them. Recently, she couldn’t sleep enough even she feels very tired due to her intense schedule. Najmeh explained that falling sleep is hard for her, she mentioned as soon as she goes to bed lots of thoughts coming to her, and she cannot turn her mind off. She frequently wakes up in middle of the night, again stressful thoughts coming back and falling back to sleep is getting impossible for her. As a result of sleeping problems, she feels very tired during day, being focus is getting hard for her, her grades drop, and she makes several mistakes at work. She complained of having headache most of the time with no medical explanation. Najmeh feels tense most of the time, specially
Presenting Problem. Jamie displays symptoms of increased arousal as indicated by her getting upset when other students in her class make loud abrupt noises. She appears easily distracted and nervous around new circumstances and people, which has a resulted in a decline in Jamie’s grades.
In Shakespeare’s play, Twelfth Night or What you Will, the characters are involved in a plot complete with trickery, disguise, and love. Each character is defined not by his or her gender or true identity, but by the role they are forced to take because of the complicated situation that arises. Unlike their gender, the speech the characters give an insight to their true personalities. In the Twelfth Night, the character Duke Orsino uses flowery and over-dramatic language, long poetic sentence structure, and melodramatic metaphors to display his overemotional romantic nature despite the different emotions in his various speeches.
In this analytic essay, I will be exploring the use of literary language in the novel Saturday by Ian McEwan and how with the use of narration and imagery can under shadow a simple piece of literature.