Mental Health Test
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Bad parenting causes mental disorders.
Mental disorders are rare.
Only uneducated and poor people develop mental disorders.
People with mental disorders are usually dangerous.
Culture can influence whether a person with a mental disorder decides to seek treatment.
When communicating with a person who is actively hallucinating, it is important to find out what the hallucination is about.
A person with a mental disorder who is physically aggressive should not be physically restrained.
A person with a mental disorder who is decompensating will always experience a relapse.
Talking to a person with depression about suicide increases the risk that he or she will do it.
Medication can cure mental disorders.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorder in America.
People with OCD have persistent, upsetting thoughts (obsessions) and use rituals (compulsions) to control the anxiety these thoughts produce.
Depression is a serious and not treatable.
Bipolar Disorder is a brain disorder that causes unusual shifts in a person’s mood, energy, and ability to function.
Schizophrenia can be treated but there is no cure.
Many people from different cultures see mental illness as shameful and delay treatment until symptoms reach crisis proportions.
A person with generalized anxiety disorder almost always anticipates the worst.
Mental disorders are the leading cause of disability in America.
Depression is a normal part of life.
Mental disorders are easy to diagnose.
The best definition of anxiety disorder is when a person:
Which of the following would be the most likely contributor to a mental disorder:
The term “mania” is best described as a time when a resident with bipolar disorder:
A person’s cultural background may affect:
One reason care givers review the resident’s “relapse plan” or “crisis plan” when caring for a client with mental health is to:
What is the best option to reduce aggressive behavior?
You are a caregiver for Mary. She tells you that she wants to kill herself tonight. What should you do as a caregiver?
Mr. Adams has no energy and does not want to do anything but sleep. He tells you he feels hopeless/sad. His behavior best describes which mental health disorder?
When working with a person with mental disorder who is actively hallucination, a good tip to remember is to:
It’s Important to watch for changes in the clients baseline behavior because it may be: