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Impulsivity in Clinical and Non-Clinical Population

Impulsivity in Clinical and Non-Clinical Population

Impulsivity in Clinical and Non-Clinical Population   Table of Contents Summary                                                                                                                                 1 Introduction                                                                                                                           3 1.1 Relevance of impulsivity in the field of impulsivity                                                    6 1.2 Definition of impulsivity                                                                                                  7 1.3 Existing Measures of impulsivity based on Western Models                                    8 1.4 Literature Review                                                                                                               15 1.4.1 Summary literature review                                                                                   …

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Counseling in Medical Settings

Counseling in Medical Setting

Counseling in Medical Settings or Psychological Counselling Advances in psychological, medical, and physiological research have led to a new way of thinking about health and illness. This is reflected in the bio psychosocial model that views health and illness as the product of a combination of factors including biological characteristics …

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Career Counseling

Career Counseling

Career Counseling Career Counseling discusses that A largely verbal process in which a counselor and counselee(s) are in a dynamic and collaborative relationship, focused on identifying and acting on the counselee’s goals, in which the counselor employs a repertoire of diverse techniques and processes, to help bring about self-understanding, Understanding …

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Elderly People Counseling

Elderly People Counseling

Counseling with Elderly People Elderly People Counseling or old age counseling explains that the continued growth of the elderly population in society has placed renewed focus on providing older adults with quality mental health care. The aging of the baby boomers in combination with research indicating that psychotherapy is effective …

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Physically Disabled Counseling

Physically Disabled Counseling

Counseling with Physically Disabled Physically Disabled Counseling discusses that Disability is an experience often perceived by persons without disabilities and society as a negative experience and as something undesired. Such attitudes are not necessarily the same as those held by individuals with disabilities and their families (Dunn & Brody, 2008; …

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School Counseling

School Counseling

School Counseling A school counselor, also commonly known as a guidance counselor, is a counselor and an educator who works in primary schools and/or secondary schools to provide academic, career, college readiness, and personal/social competencies to all students through a school counseling program. Career counseling and education are conducted with a wide variety of individuals in diverse settings. Brown  …

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