Discuss one cognitive or one pharmacological therapy you feel has significant potential in treating clients. Identify a disorder that it is used as a treatment. What new research supports this?
Review research literature on autism and provide information on it as both a neurological disorder and developmental disorder. Is there evidence for abnormal brain development? Based on this review, describe one theory as to the cause of autism.
Review this week’s course materials and learning activities, and reflect on your learning so far this week. Respond to one or more of the following prompts in one to two paragraphs:
- Provide citation and reference to the material(s) you discuss. Describe what you found interesting regarding this topic, and why.
- Describe how you will apply that learning in your daily life, including your work life.
- Describe what may be unclear to you, and what you would like to learn.
PART4- INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMMATIC ASSESSMENT DISORDER PAPER
Select a neurological, psychological, or neurodevelopmental disorder.
Write a 2,450- to 3,500-word paper comparing and contrasting three therapeutic interventions used to treat this disorder. Compare measures of effectiveness, such as validity, efficacy, symptom and behavior management, and recidivism. One therapy should be cognitive in nature, one should be pharmacological in nature, and the third should be an alternative therapeutic treatment.
Identify common symptoms associated with your disorder and rates of symptom reduction or management as reported with the three treatments. Based on your research, what would be your approach to treating the condition? Identify which treatments you would use. Explain why.
Analyze the neurophysiological underpinnings of diseases and disorders.
Examine contemporary attitudes toward the three treatments you selected.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Include 7 to 10 peer-reviewed sources.
Submit your assignment.
Individual Programmatic Assessment: Disorde
Wk 5 Individual: Individual Programmatic Assessment: Disorder