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  • Emotional Trauma Within The Family

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    Nisha Parker Emotional Trauma within the Family Due Date 12/5/11 Emotional Trauma within the Family Parental substance abuse directly affects the emotional well-being of children within the family. It is estimated that one in four children in the United States are exposed to a family member’s alcohol abuse or dependence, and one in six children lives with a parent who has used illicit drugs in the past year (Journal of Child and Family Social Work). Children exposed to parental substance

  • Emotional Trauma and the Adolescent Brain Essay example

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    are many types of trauma that can effect an adolescent and without the proper treatment of the traumatic event the adolescent can have difficulty adapting and developing into adulthood. Kathleen J. Moroz, of the Vermont Agency of Human Services, defines trauma as a physical or psychological threat or assault to a child’s physical integrity, sense of self, safety of survival or to the physical safety of another person significant to the child. She goes on to list the types of trauma a child may be

  • Emotional Trauma And Physical Trauma

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    girl was experiencing was emotional trauma created by her male coach. The

  • The Effects Of Emotional Trauma Experienced By Incarcerated Women Essay

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    Influences of Emotional Trauma Experienced by Incarcerated Women It is no secret that the United States’ criminal justice system is majorly flawed in more ways than one. We hear of all of the injustice that many civilians face on a day to day basis, which mostly surrounds the problems related to men, but what about women? Why don’t we hear about the tribulations and sufferings that our women undergo on a day to day basis within our criminal justice system? As mentioned in an article from the American

  • Social, Physical, And Emotional Trauma That People Suffer Because Of Illegal Activities

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    To study the financial, physical, and emotional trauma that people suffer because of illegal activities is called victimology. Victimologists, also known as social scientists, investigate the role the victims play in a crime. To do their work these scientists have to be unbiased in face of conditions where it can be hard to separate personal emotions from the crime committed. Social scientists are often faced with a plethora of circumstances that could compromise their ability to be truly objective

  • Introduction Anita Shreve’s “Rescue” is about the emotional and physical trauma between parents

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    Introduction Anita Shreve’s “Rescue” is about the emotional and physical trauma between parents and children. A delicate and interesting novel explores the life of the Webster and Sheila, as they are trying to realize their past and begin again. Anita Shreve is a best-selling author who has followed a simple style in the novel “Rescue” that is straightforward and concise that has no confusing points of view or complex flashbacks (Bukowsky, 1). She has portrayed her characters in a way that are insightful

  • The Ball Again Initiative : An Overview

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    1. Provide an overview of the initiative/program. In your overview you will be required to outline: The Ball Again initiative is one approach in which England Basketball is trying to increase the number of general public who play basketball. With support from sports coach UK, Sport England and selected county sports partnerships (CSPs), England Basketball has been able to measure the number and availability of possible coaches for the Ball Again initiative Ball Again is a participant-centred package

  • Self Care And The Well Being Of Individuals

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    Self-care and the well being of individuals in the helping profession are often overlooked in this fast-paced world. When therapistst tell others about their work, others may respond with “It must be difficult listening to people’s problems all day.” or “Are you psychoanalyzing me?”. Comments such as these often come from people who don’t work within the field. However, these responses do raise legitimate concerns for individuals pursuing a profession in the field. How do people in the helping profession

  • Book Review: Emotional Intelligence By Daniel Goleman

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    REVIEW: Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman - Padmini Roy MA2014APCLP007 The book ‘Emotional Intelligence, why it can matter more than IQ’ is written by Daniel Goleman and published by Bloomsbury publications, written in the year 1995. This book is an international bestseller. The author of this book has also written other books which are, ‘vital lies’, ‘simple truths’, ‘the meditative mind’, ‘primal leadership’ and ‘working with emotional intelligence’, which is a level ahead of ‘emotional intelligence’

  • The Link Between Intelligence And Addiction

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    Addiction is a complex issue that has multiple influences, including intelligence. Many specialists have considered the connection between addiction and intelligence, trying to gauge how they are related. The results of various studies have been surprising: high intelligence has been more commonly linked to addiction rather than low intelligence. But why? Studies Seem To Confirm It The troubling connection between intelligence and addiction has been highly studied and two recent studies seem to