It is important to understand that those who experience psychosis are still human beings struggling to survive. Such persons do develop strategies to cope with stress including the symptoms of their illness. The source article gives us insight into these coping strategies.
Use only the source article (attached and cited below) to discuss these coping strategies.
Phillips, L. A., Francey, S. M., Edwards, Jane & McMurray, N. (2009). Strategies used by psychotic individuals to cope with life stress and symptoms of illness: A systematic review. Anxiety, Stress & Coping, 22, 371-410.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:38 am ad1c9bdddf
Coping with psychosis
It is important to understand that those who experience psychosis are still human beings struggling to survive. Such persons do develop strategies to cope with stress including the symptoms of their illness.
Individuals struggling with psychosis, including those with schizophrenia , face a plethora of negative attitudes and barriers including but not limited to social and other barriers; stereotyping; stigma; discrimination; biases; prejudice; and even harm; which further exacerbate the problem of trying to cope with everyday life. Specifically, the challenges stem from the difficulties from the mental disorders and chemical imbalances that affect their personal, social, and occupational functioning-amounting to very daily stressful events even far beyond the illness (Phillips, Francey, Edwards, & McMurray, 2009). ...
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Biopsychosocial Model of Schizophrenia
Please discuss/describe schizophrenia using a biopsychosocial model (attached) including evidence that supports brain localization for schizophrenia, genetic and environmental factors (minimum four paragraphs). Please include scholarly reference used (do not copy and paste).View Full Posting Details