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this is covering the new material over psychological impairments and anxiety and mood disorders
Intro to therapeutic Recreation
Dr. Jun
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Therapeutic Recreation




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alex Fritz on Thursday March 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to RPL 210 at Central Michigan University taught by Dr. Jun in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Intro to therapeutic Recreation in Recreation and Leisure Studies at Central Michigan University.

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Date Created: 03/10/16
Intro to TR Material over March 1 and 3 2016d Psychological Impairment: Substance-Related Disorder: involves abuse of drugs or alcohol that can alter the way they feel, think, or act Impulse-Control Disorders: inability to control temptations of something Substance Use: ingestion of a substance in moderate amounts that does not significantly interfere with functioning (in other words being safe about it) Intoxication: - physical reaction to ingesting substances - associated with impaired judgement, mood changes, and lowers motor ability Substance Abuse: - degree which substance interferes with life - substance dependence - requiring more and more of the substance to get similar or same feeling/effect Withdrawal: reacting in a negative way when substance is not taken - Symptoms include: fever, chills, nausea, aches and pains Schizophrenia: “listening is key” Characteristics: - Hallucinations - Improper/disoriented speech - Acting out - Inappropriate emotions - Positive and negative disorganized symptoms Delusions (possible Final exam material as stated by JP) Grandeur- the belief that the individual is a famous or important person Persecution- belief that others are seeking out to harm them Capgras Syndrome- person believes that someone they know has been replaced by an identical impostor Ex.) “That is not Mindy! Can’t you see that is Jane?” Cotards Syndrome- belief that a body part has changed in an impossible way Ex.) Arm appears as a baseball bat and the person does not have fingers Mood Disorders: Major Depressive Disorder: most common and severe state of depression Cognitive Symptoms: - Worthlessness - Loss of appetite - Sleep deprivation - Decreased energy - Poor attitude Mania: joy or euphoric feelings/ super happy Symptoms: - Hyperactivity - Decreased sleep - Rapid/incoherent speech Bipolar Disorder: Both depressive and mania episodes are evident. There are 2 types of Bipolar which is not necessary to know which is which, but to know that there are 2 types. (Bipolar I and Bipolar II) Anxiety - Physical symptoms of stress General Anxiety Disorder: excessive worrying about everyday events with associating muscle tension and agitation Panic Disorder: - Unexpected panic attacks and anxiety Anxiety is potentially sometimes helpful in planning for the future (CTRS Question)


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