In The Last 100 Years There Was A Major Challenges In The

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In the last 100 years there was a major challenges in the field of mental health is the lack of international consensus on diagnostic categories for mental disorders between Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM) and the international classification of diseases (ICD) which still elusive until now and still struggle to fulfil its purposes (Hickie et al 2013 ,p. 461) as both of them depends on observation of mainly middle-aged people with persistent mental disorders although major mental disorders begin before the age of 25years which does not address the earlier and specific clinical presentations of primary care and clinical setting and does not relate the risk factors and neurobiological and genetics (Hickie et al…show more content…
There are many advantages of the clinical staging model in diagnosing and management of mental disorders. The early intervention is one of the important advantages of that model as it offer the opportunity for targeting and better management of the disease at a certain stage along the continuum of mental illness which can enable the clinicians to intervene to prevent the progression of the illness to more advanced stages or it can regress the illness at earlier stage for example the identification of the ultra-high risk of developing a severe mental disorder can be reduced from the transition from a functional impaired prodromal state to persistent psychotic disorder (Yung et al 2007,p. 43). Also There are many psychological intervention strategies and procedures are applied to E-mental health platforms (e.g., optimise , mood gym ,digital dog and synergy) these websites include a resources to help young especially the help seeking individuals in earlier stages to minimise self-harm, promote resilience and reducing risk factors such as alcohol and/or substance misuse ( Mcgorry 2007).another intervention is psychoeducation of clients and caregivers also is
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