Biopsychosocial Essays and Term Papers

  • Biopsychosocial

    Biopsychosocial Human behavior can be explored by taking a look at the different aspects of a person’s life. These aspects include the biological, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual. These aspects can help social workers better understand the background history of a person’s life and...

      2164 Words | 5 Pages   Piaget's theory of cognitive development, Well-being, Parenting, Thought

  • Biopsychosocial

    BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL Natasha Marshall Argosy University February 28, 2010 Dr. Hull Client Name: DNB DOB: April 14th, 1991 Age/Ethnicity: 18 years, 10 months, African American Dates of meeting: February 26, 2010 Date of Report: February 28, 2010 Counselor Trainee: Natasha Marshall ...

      595 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Biopsychosocial

    This essay will examine the biopsychosocial issues that have influenced the perceptions of the health and well being of a patient I have nursed during a recent clinical placement. For the purpose of this essay the name of this patient has been changed to protect his anonymity as well as to be compliant...

      6995 Words | 23 Pages   Venous ulcer, Vein, Varicose veins, Biopsychosocial model

  • Biopsychosocial Paper

    Demographic Data Steven* is 14-years-old, Caucasian male, and he speaks English. He is in the ninth grade. He was referred to use by the County of Sacramento DHHS- CPS. Presenting Problem Steven was placed in protective custody, according to intake social workers notes, due to his biological...

      1239 Words | 4 Pages   Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Anxiety, Mental disorder, Special education

  • Biopsychosocial Analysis of

     Biopsychosocial Analysis of Maria Andrade Maricruz Martinez Introductory to Gerontology Professor Haldeman, PhD April 13, 2013 Maria Andrade is 79 years old. She came to America as a Cuban refugee at the age of 20. She was raised by her grandparents in Cuba. She began working at...

      1095 Words | 4 Pages   Health, Family

  • Biopsychosocial Assignment

    BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE ESSAY The writer will be looking at a bio-psychosocial model to use within this assignment as a holistic perspective in relation to my patient. It is my intention to use the model to critically evaluate the bio psychosocial factors in relation to my chosen patient. It remains...

      467 Words | 2 Pages   Biopsychosocial model, Radiation therapy, Cancer, Chemotherapy

  • Biopsychosocial Approach

    PSY 150 Module 1&2 Writing Assignment The Biopsychosocial approach integrates biological, psychological, and social-cultural factors. The levels of analysis differ but compliment one another at the same time. Alone these levels of analysis won’t show the whole picture. But together they offer...

      630 Words | 2 Pages   Major depressive disorder, Alcoholism, Mental disorder, Child abuse

  • Biopsychosocial Perspective

     Biopsychosocial Perspective Christina Parker PSYCH 626 April 07, 2014 David Engstrom Biopsychosocial Perspective Psychologists past, present, and future desire the answer to one basic question; “what factors influence a person’s physical and mental health are they related if a relationship...

      1536 Words | 6 Pages   Chronic fatigue syndrome, Biopsychosocial model, Health, Brain

  • Biopsychosocial Assessment

    Biopsychosocial Report (Ordinary People) Client Identification Information Client’s name: Conrad Jarrett Client’s age: teenage, in high school Client’s parents: Calvin Jarrett (the father), Tax attorney. Beth Jarrett (the mother), Homemaker Description of Systems person system...

      1614 Words | 5 Pages   Ordinary People, Self-disclosure

  • Biopsychosocial Assignment

    Most people pay very little attention to their health until it lets them down and they find themselves in hospital. It was relevant that a high number of patients that were admitted appeared to be very discouraged and had quite a negative perception towards their illness. During a recent clinical placement...

      6910 Words | 19 Pages   Breast cancer, BRCA1, BRCA mutation, Neoplasm

  • Biopsychosocial Essay 1

    explore the biospychosocial model of care in contrast to the biomedical model, will look at its advantages and critics, the biopsychosocial issues at young adulthood, how the biopsychosocial approach is used into in the ward where the writer was on placement, and the way the writer will exploit this approach...

      1784 Words | 5 Pages   Developmental psychology, Young adult (psychology), Infertility, Adolescence

  • BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODELS FOR SCHIZOPHRENIA

     Biopsychosocial Models for Schizophrenia Karolyn LaPre 11/15/13 Psy 305 Instructor: Arthur Swisher This paper will explore one of the most severe mental disorders, schizophrenia, with the goal of providing an actualized understanding of this disorder...

      1110 Words | 4 Pages   Twin study, Psychosis, Heritability, Schizophrenia

  • Self BioPsychoSocial Assessment assignment

     Self BioPsychoSocial Assessment Family: The client is a single mother of 4 children ages 8-23. She also has a 19 year old daughter that she placed for adoption. Her mother passed away from cancer in 2010 and her father is in poor health and living in her home town of Oregon. The client has 5...

      674 Words | 2 Pages   Child sexual abuse, Single parent, Adolescence

  • Models and perspectives of care /biopsychosocial

    models of care and is referred to as the biopsychosocial approach. The biopsychosocial approaches to treatment are broadly speaking holistic. Biological psychological and social factors are all incorporated into individual patient assessment. The biopsychosocial model of medicine is a way of looking at...

      3231 Words | 11 Pages   Psychology, Thought, Psychotherapy, Cognition

  • Biopsychosocial Assessment Interview

    Mary is my eighty-six years old grandmother that lives in Seal Beach, California. She has so far lived a full life and even with her age she is still a very intelligent and strong woman. Later adulthood the longest segment of the life span, starts at age sixty-five. In my grandmother’s case she is in...

      1107 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Biopsychosocial Model Of Addiction

    Kirstie Cochran Addictions: Overview for Counselors Dr. Gould 18 September 2014 Biopsychosocial Model of Addiction The Biopsychosocial Model of Addiction is easily the model that appeals to me most. This model states that addiction is the result of multiple, interacting variables, the strength of which...

      608 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Biopsychosocial vs. Biomedical Model

    Biopsychosocial verses Biomedical Model Nancy Boswell Psy. 352 April 1, 2012 Professor Peterkin Biopsychosocial verses Biomedical Model The biomedical model and the biopsychosocial model are both representations of health commonly accepted in modern society. The biomedical model considers the...

      939 Words | 3 Pages   Health equity, Health, Biopsychosocial model, Socioeconomic status

  • Biopsychosocial and Biomedical Model of Health

    and the structure of the physical brain and functioning body are yet to be examined. This monistic theory, lead to the conceptualization of the biopsychosocial model.   Health as a discipline is studied under two main perspectives. This scientific based perspective provides and influence explanations...

      1636 Words | 5 Pages   Mind, Biopsychosocial model, Humorism, Ancient Greek medicine

  • Disadvantages of a biopsychosocial approach

    Biopsychosocial model The biopsychosocial model (abbreviated "BPS") is a general model or approach positing that biological, psychological (which entails thoughts, emotions, and behaviors), and social (socio-economical, socio-environmental, and cultural) factors, all play a significant role in...

      2071 Words | 7 Pages   Biopsychosocial model, Health belief model, Health care, Psychology

  • Tennis: The Best Biopsychosocial Sport

     Tennis: The Best Biopsychosocial Sport December 3, 2013 Tennis: The Best Biopsychosocial Sport Coined the “Sport for a lifetime”, tennis is played by over 75 million people worldwide and is considered by scientists, physicians, and other experts as the most healthful...

      2502 Words | 8 Pages   High-density lipoprotein, Cardiovascular disease, Stress (biology), Obesity

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