psychosocial intervention

psychosocial intervention

Psychology A nonpharmacologic maneuver intended to alter a Pt's environment or reaction to lessen the impact of a mental disorder. See Attention-deficit-hyperactivity syndrome.
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Tenders are invited for management of a global project of animation and psychosocial intervention as well as assistance for the execution of the social work program in an institutionalized environment with a population over 60 years of age in the san andres de eibar public foundation
The DSWD field office will also deploy six social workers to Batanes to provide psychosocial intervention to the affected families.
'All of them have received psychosocial intervention and of the total, 231 were detected having anxiety, but only 22 from 11 schools were referred to (medical/psychiatric) experts for further treatment,' he said.
Jabagat, DSWD XI regional director, said that other than the financial and material assistance, they also provide 'psychosocial intervention and referrals to other agencies for services not available in DSWD.'
They need immediate psychosocial intervention and debriefing to help them overcome trauma from ordeal they experienced.'
According to the Alzheimer's Association, Reminiscence Therapy is reportedly an evidence-based psychosocial intervention that has been shown in clinical trials to improve symptoms of the disorder, but the therapy's adoption has been limited because of the investment of caregiver time and resources.
Janairo stated during the conclusion of the training for psychosocial intervention on June 28, 2018 in Tagaytay City, Cavite.
Additional results are presented addressing the two aims of the study: (a) to examine which criteria influences PCPs' intentions to use a given psychosocial intervention and (b) to assess whether PCPs' ratings of the criteria differed based on beliefs and attitudes toward addressing psychosocial concerns.
The journal Psychosocial Intervention was founded in 1992 by the Colegio Oficial de Psicologos de Madrid (Spain) in association with the Consejo General de Colegios Oficiales de Psicologos and the Coordinadora Estatal de Intervencion Social.
A randomized study of the effectiveness of a brief psychosocial intervention for women attending a gynecologic cancer clinic.
Researchers from the University of Granada published their findings in the science journal Psychosocial Intervention.
The purpose of this article is to describe a blended research trajectory, review the neuroscience literature as related to psychosocial interventions, and provide a specific example of how a blended methodological approach was used to develop a psychosocial intervention for social work practice.

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