psychological distress

psychological distress

A general term for the end result of factors (psychogenic pain, internal conflicts and external stress) that prevent a person from self-actualisation and connecting with significant others.

psychological distress

The end result of factors–eg, psychogenic pain, internal conflicts, and external stress that prevent a person from self-actualization and connecting with 'significant others'. See Humanistic psychology.
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Our research demonstrates that a non-negligible proportion of Kanawha County residents experienced symptoms of psychological distress following the January 2014 water contamination episode, and for many these symptoms persisted over the ensuing three months and had behavioral implications related to public water supply use.
The project aims to investigate how many Pakistani media professionals face threats and potentially traumatic events, how these affect their psychological wellbeing, and which conditions may help them to alleviate the associated psychological distress, said a press release.
The aim of this article is to carry out an assessment of the production about psychological distress and stress in the work of correctional officers in national and international periodicals between the years 2000 and 2014.
THE PERCENTAGE OF ADULTS with psychological distress who saw or spoke with a mental health professional has gone down every year since 2012, according to the National Center for Heath Statistics.
The current research was conducted to investigate the relationship between depression, anxiety, psychological distress and quality of life of menopausal women.
To investigate the factors associated with psychological distress and the severity of suicidal ideation in cancer patients under curative and palliative treatment.
Cultural variations in attachment orientations may illuminate the conceptualization of differences in clients' psychological distress across cultures.
7] The potential link between depression, psychological distress and DM may therefore be particularly relevant and warrants further investigation.
Our model posits that high levels of Cultural Efficacy should have a buffering function which protects Maori against psychological distress.
In this issue, Vinci et al provide an excellent summary with guidance for family physicians about using CBT to treat anxiety and trauma-related psychological distress.
NEW research at Teesside University has found a significant number of teenage footballers released by their clubs go on to experience clinical levels of psychological distress.
Mental health is rooted in the concept of "quality of working life" that represents the general state of well-being in the workplace that can be measured in terms of quality indicators, which can be assessed by various indicators such as high psychological well-being, low psychological distress, high organizational commitment and high work-life balance.

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