Review: Problem-solving treatment after deliberate self-harm improves depression, hopelessness, and personal problems
- Refusing to play the blame game. Dowd, Joanne // Educational Leadership;May97, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p67
Discusses how the author encouraged her students to voice their opinions to a problem-solving activity. Reactions of students to the substitute teacher; Solutions presented on misbehavior; View of problems and solutions from a different perspective.
- The right way to celebrate a victory. Pollock, Ted // Electric Light & Power;Aug93, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p34
Advises that the right time to tackle a problem is after the accomplishment of something worthwhile. Mood after a victory as conducive to confronting the next problem.
- Ethical and legal issues associated with the use of aversives in the public schools: The SIBIS... Jacob-Timm, Susan // School Psychology Review;1996, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p184
Explores the ethical and legal issues of using equipment and systems to treat self-injurious behavior in children. Case examples; Effectivity of pharmacological, protective and educational interventions; Legal statutes covering the children's right to treatment and right to self-determination.
- Curing the cutters. Japenga, Ann // Health (Time Inc. Health);Jul/Aug94, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p38
Offers treatment options for self-injurious behavior. Increasing the amount of serotonin available to the central nervous system through medications; Programs to teach patients alternative ways of discharging negative emotions without hurting themselves; Psychological explanations for...
- Psychological therapies for those who self-harm. // Therapy Today;Dec2011, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p4
No abstract available.
- Optimism and Laughter Are the Best Medicines. Flatto, Edwin // Nutrition Health Review: The Consumer's Medical Journal;2001, Issue 81, p19
Focuses on the importance of optimism and laughter in dealing with the problems in life. Determination of the mental health; Recovery from heart ailment; Alleviation of depression.
- The Acquisition of Information: An Important Life Skill. Hudson, Judith; Danish, Steven J. // Personnel & Guidance Journal;Nov80, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p164
This article proposes the acquisition of information as a relevant step in the problem-solving process. A problem-solving model is outlined, the link between individuals and information is explored, and an information system is presented. The authors identify formal and informal resources and...
- Your number is not up. Kolata, Gina // Psychology Today;Aug85, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p67
The article presents a quote related to mathematicians joke of living with an aim to solve a problem.
- Extraordinary entrepreneurs. // Crain's Detroit Business;6/17/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 24, p0011
The article offers information about the Michigan entrepreneurs that Crain will honor for their innovation, problem-solving ability or sheer relentlessness at a breakfast on August 6, 2013 at Sommerset Inn in Troy, Michigan.