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treatment (MST) refers to an approach to treatment that attempts to address the multiple determinants of problematic behavior by involving family members, school personnel, peers, juvenile justice staff, and others in the child’s life, and by drawing on multiple techniques such as parent management management training , cognitive problem-solving skills training, and marital therapy, as well as specialized interventions such as special education placements, referral to substance abuse treatment programs, or referral to legal services.
schizophrenia refers to a model which proposes that genetic vulnerability and early neurodevelopmental insults result in impaired connections among many brain regions. This defective neural circuitry is then vulnerable to dysfunction and ultimately revealed by developmental processes and events during puberty and by exposure to stress . The neurodevelopmental model is consistent with findings that infants and children who later develop schizophrenia often display developmental impairments in motor, language , cognitive , and social functioning well before the onset of their psychotic symptoms.
anxiety disorder or SAD refers to a mental health disorder that begins in childhood and is characterized by worrying that is out of proportion to the situation of temporarily leaving home or otherwise separating from loved ones; a childhood disorder characterized by intense, excessive, enduring, and inappropriate fear and anxiety, in some children children and adolescents lasting at least weeks, concerning separation from home or caregivers. The child may develop excessive worrying to the point of being reluctant or refusing to go to school, being alone, or sleeping alone. The child may also experience repeated nightmares and complaints of physical symptoms such as headaches , stomach aches, nausea , or vomiting.
Termination of Life on Request and Assisted Suicide (Review Procedures) Act is the legislation that went into effect in November 2001 in the Netherlands to provide a special exemption from criminal liability for physicians who terminate life on request or assist in a patient's suicide in accordance with the due care and notification criteria set forth in the law