Three Levels Of Stress: Ameka's Three Stages

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Ameka, thank you for your discussion. I enjoyed how you addressed the three level of stress. It was very informative to be reminded of the three stages. The three stages correlate with how as clinicians we look for suicide assessment. Is the client appear to be in immediate danger, is the client demonstrating potential harm in the future, and lastly, does the client have a support system. Clients can find ways to mask their coping mechanisms by giggling as you mentioned. For example, I had a professor explain that she had a client that giggled during the entire therapy session. It was very annoying after awhile for the therapist to concentrate but once the therapist regrouped and addressed the nervous behavior they were able to address
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