Name Course Professor Date Introduction Mental or psychological disorders mean any condition that makes it hard for the normal functioning of the human brain on the daily life. It’s associated with stress and challenging emotions that occur often and this is considered normal. The psychological disorders can be a reason behind breakups in relationships loss of jobs and can also deter someone from achieving their set goals and objectives. The human mind is a complex component structure and this makes the definition for mental illness to be complex too. The issue of mental illness can range from anxiety disorders as a result of mood swing. It majorly associated anything that brings about tangible effects on one’s emotion and sense of motivation. Psychotic disorders are those disorders that affect one's point of view and other things like delusions and hallucinations. Living with some of the above-discussed disorders and symptoms can care options for many other people who were initially uninsured and therefore were not in a position to afford the cost of paying for the treatment benefits and this therefore made them develop a negative attitude towards treatment. Conclusion It’s hard to change a myth and belief that person or group of people have already developed but considering the harm the myth that mental disorders cannot be treated has to be corrected since if it’s not it will cause a lot of harm since in the world we are living today we are surrounded by a lot of issues that may result to mental illness anywhere anytime. Work citationsKrupnick Janice L. et al. "The role of the therapeutic alliance in psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy outcome: findings in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program." Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 64.3 (1996): 532. “Lifehacker.Com 2017 http://lifehacker.com/the-misconceptions-about-mental-illness-we-need-to-unle-1711647132 [...]
For centuries, people have believed myths and misconceptions about psychological disorders and the people who suffer from them. Modern psychological research has allowed us to correct some of these misconceptions. As a result, many people have changed their ideas about mental and emotional disorders. Think of a common misconception you have observed in society or in your personal experience. How could information from research be used to change people's views of psychological disorders? How can this information help us to better understand people who experience mental and emotional disorders? In a multi-paragraph essay, describe the misconception you observed and discuss how information from research could be used to change this misconception about psychological disorders and the people who suffer from them. Be sure to include details from class materials, readings, and research on psychological disorders to support your discussion.