“My brain hums with scraps of poetry and madness.” – Virginia woolf. Case study. Ms. Edith was a 29-year-old woman with no personal or family history of psychiatric disorders, who was admitted to the hospital in February of 2011 with a 4-week history of episodes
“Never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved.” – Ludwig van Beethoven. Case study. Peter was a 21-year-old, who presented to our facility for his second psychiatric hospitalization. He was discharged one week prior after a 30-day stay with a diagnosis of cannabis-induced psychotic disorder.
“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade.” – Charles Dickens. Case study # 4 Past psychiatric history Alex began to have difficulty at
“I Can Calculate The Motions Of Heavenly Bodies, But Not The Madness Of People” – Sir Isaac Newton. Case study # 3. 29-year old Jane presented with a history of recurrent and disabling depression and headaches. Several weeks prior to presentation, she became severely depressed and
“I put my heart and soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process.” – Vincent Van Gogh. Case study # 2. Sophia is a 20-year-old sophomore at a small Midwestern college. For the past five days she has gone without any sleep
“If you are going through Hell, keep going” – Winston churchill. Today we are going to review some of the case studies and raise questions which will enhance our understanding of the problem, that’s why this post is categorized under CBT (Cognitive behavior therapy). Friends
Hello friends, I hope i have found you in best of health. This is my first blog and as i went to find out on how to introduce yourself as the author, who you are and what you are about, i concluded, for now it