Crisis intervention team training for police officers responding to mental disturbance
Furthermore, researches utilizing the sample of undergraduate students have also demonstrated that individuals who report and plunk for stigmatization of the mental disturbances
are less likely to look for psychological support (Cooper, Corrigan, and Watson, 2003).
The acute mental disturbance
persisted for 2 weeks before he was brought to the hospital by his family.
adding breast-feeding as a second source of mental disturbance
that could support the offence of infanticide.
The law enforcement response to mental disturbance
calls with ethical, practical, and effective strategies requires interagency collaboration.
Sharp, who has been undergoing cognitive behavioural therapy, said the two convictions, committed while he worked for University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust, were the result of mental disturbance
caused by stress.
Completely self-sustaining and cut off from the larger society, they also stripped inmates of any markers of personal identity and produced the behaviors professionals identified as symptoms of mental disturbance
and then presented as diagnoses to justify institutionalization and coercive treatment.
Even accepting that an element of mental disturbance
was intrinsic to the commission of these crimes, the interests of justice require nothing less than a whole-life order.
This all is causing big financial losses and large scale unemployment which will lead to a mental disturbance
The woman suffered from a mental disturbance
similar to schizophrenia when she was first brought to us," said the Dr Al Nasheet in the report.
Patients described epilepsy in six qualitatively different ways: Epilepsy is (a) an illness related to physical disturbances, (b) a condition related to physical disturbances, (c) a mental disturbance
related to lack of mental capacity, (d) a handicap related to psychological and/or social aspects, (e) an identity related to being an epileptic, and (f) a punishment.
The victim's family insists on capital penalty as the only "just" verdict against the killer, who had escaped this fate the last time he killed based on mental disturbance