alexa Abstract | Some Effective Factors for Diagnostic and Treatment of Disordered Behaviors with Reporting Treated Cases
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Journal of Mental Disorders and Treatment
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Two factors have much role in diagnostic of damaged needs and also effect field of traumatic events, they are Superego and missing. Superego is generally part of Ego teen orientation for losing effects of traumatic events. Missing is generally effect of teen beliefs that these beliefs act on unconscious mode. Whatever therapist more accesses to Patient's Ego teen orientation he can more near to teen beliefs. Time, ideology, environmental conditions have much role in treatment assessment. Anything patient says that they were strange, these articles sure concluded from his teen beliefs. When patient gets in maximum proximity with himself teen beliefs, on unconscious mode, he senses pain (or..) in part of himself body that this part had been involved in traumatic event occurrence and also in conversation with therapist, patient himself cites almost reasons for right conclusions about factors that involved in traumatic event occurrence. In this article took two examples until treatment process becomes clearer.

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Author(s): Saeid Heydari


Superego,Missing,Diagnostic,Treatment process,Effect field,Reminded events, Chronic Health Conditions,Health Promotion,Health-Related Quality of Life,Medical Education,Medicare,Mental Disorder,Mental Health Illiteracy,Mental Health Morbidity

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