mental health Crossword Puzzles

MENTAL HEALTH 2021-11-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. distressing experience
  2. affects mental health
  3. generalized restlnessness
  4. heightened alertness
  5. delusions
  6. National Mental Health month
  7. health mental stability
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  1. knowledge of a situation
  2. mental health expert
  3. talking therapy
  4. negative perception
  5. media mental illness factor
  6. lowest age who get depressed
  7. mental health signifier
  8. compulsive and dominating

15 Clues: delusionstalking therapynegative perceptionmental health expertheightened alertnessaffects mental healthdistressing experiencemental health signifierknowledge of a situationgeneralized restlnessnesscompulsive and dominatinghealth mental stabilitylowest age who get depressedNational Mental Health monthmedia mental illness factor

Mental Health Newsletter Puzzle 2022-05-09

Mental Health Newsletter Puzzle crossword puzzle
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  1. Too much is very distracting
  2. Pay attention to this to release stress
  3. Featured staff
  4. Risk factor for a mental health condition
  5. Promotes physical and mental health
  6. Person to reach out at school
  7. Writing that helps with self-awareness
  8. Mental health assessment
  9. Read this instead of scrolling through phone
  10. Good ___ supports learning & mental health
  11. Practice that increases life satisfaction
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  1. Risk factor you can control
  2. Practice that calms the mind
  3. Crisis line dedicated to adolescents
  4. Limit it to the morning for better sleep
  5. Mindfulness group that meets Mo & Th @ 7:20
  6. Mental Health awareness month
  7. Visualize this to feel more in control
  8. Teens need 8-10 hours to feel rested

19 Clues: Featured staffMental health assessmentRisk factor you can controlPractice that calms the mindToo much is very distractingPerson to reach out at schoolMental Health awareness monthPromotes physical and mental healthCrisis line dedicated to adolescentsTeens need 8-10 hours to feel restedWriting that helps with self-awareness...

Mental Health 2013-06-07

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. "The last great stigma of the twentieth century is the stigma of ______ illness."
  2. Type of disorder when one avoids or restricts activities because of persistent and excessive fear.
  3. Approximately 8 percent of U.S. adults have a ___________ use disorder. People with a mood or anxiety disorder are two to three times more likely have disorder.
  4. Are experts in medication and can help people suffering side effects or interactions with other medications.
  5. Means that what you say and do shows that you are accepting of the person. This means not holding one set of attitudes while expressing another.
  6. A general term used to describe a mental health problem in which a person has lost some contact with reality, resulting in severe disturbances in thinking, emotion, and behavior.
  7. Adopting an attitude of _________ means respecting the person's feelings, personal values and experiences as valid, even if they are different from your own or you disagree with them.
  8. ________ for risk of suicide or harm.
  9. _________ self-help and other support strategies
  10. ________ nonjudgmentally
  11. The most important facet of recovery.
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  1. A mind altering drug also called cannabis.
  2. Crucial to recovery is societal acceptance and appreciation of all persons, including protecting their rights and eliminating discrimination and stigma.
  3. ______ reassurance and information
  4. The most common disorder in which psychosis is a feature and the mayor symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, thinking difficulties, loss of drive, blunted emotions, and social withdrawal.
  5. 2011 survey found was used by 26.5 percent of people aged 12 or older in the past month. Is so widely used that we do not usually think of it as a mental health issue.
  6. A type of disorder more common in females than males and symptoms can include feeling worthless, difficulty concentrating, sleeping difficulties, loss of interest in food, feeling guilty though really not at fault.
  7. When experiencing this type of disorder it not unusual for people with this disorder to become psychotic during depressive or manic episodes.
  8. Apply the ______ action plan when developing mental health problems and crisis.
  9. _________ affective disorder is characterized by a depressive illness during the fall and winter months, when there is less natural sunlight.
  10. Type of disorders usually caused by perceived threats in the environment.
  11. A stimulant drug which gives very strong euphoric effects and is easily addictive.
  12. According to the WHO data, mental disorders rank as the biggest health problem in North America, ahead of both cardiovascular disease and ________.
  13. Mental Health First Aid Action Plan
  14. Various psychological therapies are used for anxiety disorders, but _______ by far, the strongest evidence for effectiveness.(an abbreviation for a type of therapy)

25 Clues: ________ nonjudgmentally______ reassurance and informationMental Health First Aid Action Plan________ for risk of suicide or harm.The most important facet of recovery.A mind altering drug also called cannabis._________ self-help and other support strategiesType of disorders usually caused by perceived threats in the environment....

mental health 2014-11-10

mental health crossword puzzle
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  1. adhd
  2. bulimia
  3. support
  4. mental health
  5. insomnia
  6. ptsd
  7. paranoia
  8. mental illness
  9. addiction
  10. stigma
  11. cognative
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  1. ocd
  2. anorexia
  3. anxiety
  4. schizophrenia
  5. mutism
  6. bipolar
  7. depression
  8. therapy
  9. phobia

20 Clues: ocdadhdptsdmutismphobiastigmaanxietybulimiasupportbipolartherapyanorexiainsomniaparanoiaaddictioncognativedepressionschizophreniamental healthmental illness

Mental Health 2019-11-03

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Hallucination only I can hear...
  2. MMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...
  3. Form of anti-psychotic medication
  4. Focus on physical symptoms when feeling distressed
  5. Common med prescribed for sleep & depression
  6. Situation where significant problem can't be solved by familiar coping strategies.
  7. One aspect of Dual Diagnosis
  8. addictive meds commonly prescribed for anxiety typically end with these 3 letters (hint, also a girls name)
  9. Cutting behaviour is a form of...
  10. Dysthymia is in this category of disorder
  11. Can't sleep, can't fall asleep, can't stay asleep...
  12. Excessive hand washing or checking things over & over are symptoms of...(for short)
  13. One aspect of Concurrent Disorder
  14. Sudden state of severe confusion
  15. Passive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts
  16. Mood instability: laughing one minute, crying the next
  17. Hoarding falls under this class of disorder
  18. A less severe form of mania is __________mania
  19. Psychosis with no determined or diagnosed cause (for short)
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  1. Latin for market place & a common phobia
  2. Recommended therapy for depression & anxiety (for short)
  3. Altered state of being split from reality of what's happening
  4. Recommended therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder (for short)
  5. Innate ability to withstand stress & adverse events
  6. Mood state at the other end of Bipolar Disorder
  7. Presence of more than one disorder at the same time
  8. Social disapproval of actions/or a way of being against cultural norms
  9. Mood state at one end of bipolar disorder
  10. Not caring about anything
  11. Un-addressed trauma can develop into this disorder
  12. Treating the whole rather than its parts
  13. The 24 hour rhythm cycle for all living beings on earth
  14. The most deadly of addictions
  15. Dementia effects the _____________.
  16. Primary stress hormone

35 Clues: Primary stress hormoneNot caring about anythingOne aspect of Dual DiagnosisThe most deadly of addictionsMMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...Hallucination only I can hear...Sudden state of severe confusionForm of anti-psychotic medicationCutting behaviour is a form of...One aspect of Concurrent DisorderDementia effects the _____________....

Mental Health 2019-11-03

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Dementia effects the _____________.
  2. Altered state of being split from reality of what's happening
  3. One aspect of Dual Diagnosis
  4. Form of anti-psychotic medication
  5. Hoarding falls under this class of disorder
  6. MMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...
  7. Passive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts
  8. A less severe form of mania is __________mania
  9. Innate ability to withstand stress & adverse events
  10. Presence of more than one disorder at the same time
  11. The 24 hour rhythm cycle for all living beings on earth
  12. Psychosis with no determined or diagnosed cause (for short)
  13. Treating the whole rather than its parts
  14. Social disapproval of actions/or a way of being against cultural norms
  15. Not caring about anything
  16. Mood state at one end of bipolar disorder
  17. Excessive hand washing or checking things over & over are symptoms of...(for short)
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  1. addictive meds commonly prescribed for anxiety typically end with these 3 letters (hint, also a girls name)
  2. Situation where significant problem can't be solved by familiar coping strategies.
  3. Sudden state of severe confusion
  4. Common treatment for Personality Disturbances
  5. Focus on physical symptoms when feeling distressed
  6. Category of Self Harm Behaviour
  7. Latin for market place & a common phobia
  8. Mood state at the other end of Bipolar Disorder
  9. Can't sleep, can't fall asleep, can't stay asleep...
  10. One aspect of Concurrent Disorder
  11. Hallucination only I can hear...
  12. Primary stress hormone
  13. Recommended therapy for depression & anxiety (for short)
  14. Common med prescribed for sleep & depression
  15. Dysthymia is in this category of disorder
  16. Un-addressed trauma can develop into this disorder
  17. Mood instability: laughing one minute, crying the next

34 Clues: Primary stress hormoneNot caring about anythingOne aspect of Dual DiagnosisMMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...Category of Self Harm BehaviourSudden state of severe confusionHallucination only I can hear...Form of anti-psychotic medicationOne aspect of Concurrent DisorderDementia effects the _____________.Latin for market place & a common phobia...

Mental Health 2019-11-03

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Primary stress hormone
  2. addictive meds commonly prescribed for anxiety typically end with these 3 letters (hint, also a girls name)
  3. A less severe form of mania is __________mania
  4. One aspect of Concurrent Disorder
  5. Common treatment for Personality Disturbances
  6. Social disapproval of actions/or a way of being against cultural norms
  7. One aspect of Dual Diagnosis
  8. Recommended therapy for depression & anxiety (for short)
  9. Not caring about anything
  10. Hoarding falls under this class of disorder
  11. Mood instability: laughing one minute, crying the next
  12. Altered state of being split from reality of what's happening
  13. Can't sleep, can't fall asleep, can't stay asleep...
  14. Form of anti-psychotic medication
  15. Passive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts
  16. Dementia effects the _____________.
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  1. Common med prescribed for sleep & depression
  2. Dysthymia is in this category of disorder
  3. Presence of more than one disorder at the same time
  4. MMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...
  5. Category of Self Harm Behaviour
  6. Latin for market place & a common phobia
  7. Mood state at the other end of Bipolar Disorder
  8. Situation where significant problem can't be solved by familiar coping strategies.
  9. Un-addressed trauma can develop into this disorder
  10. Focus on physical symptoms when feeling distressed
  11. The 24 hour rhythm cycle for all living beings on earth
  12. Mood state at one end of bipolar disorder
  13. Psychosis with no determined or diagnosed cause (for short)
  14. Innate ability to withstand stress & adverse events
  15. Treating the whole rather than its parts
  16. Excessive hand washing or checking things over & over are symptoms of...(for short)
  17. Hallucination only I can hear...
  18. Sudden state of severe confusion

34 Clues: Primary stress hormoneNot caring about anythingOne aspect of Dual DiagnosisMMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...Category of Self Harm BehaviourHallucination only I can hear...Sudden state of severe confusionOne aspect of Concurrent DisorderForm of anti-psychotic medicationDementia effects the _____________.Latin for market place & a common phobia...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-04-20

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. FALSE BELIEFS ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH
  2. RETURN TO A NORMAL STATE OF MIND
  3. FEELINGS OF WORRY OR NERVOUSNESS
  4. HOW YOU GET A DIAGNOSIS
  5. TREATMENT INTENDED TO HEAL OR HELP A DISORDER
  6. BODY REACTION TO FEELING UNDER PRESSURE OR THREATENED
  7. MEDICAL CARE FOR ILLNESS OR INJURY
  8. EXPERIENCE OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
  9. ACTIVITY RESULTING IN FEELINGS OF CALM
  10. EXTREME MOOD SWINGS
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  1. HALLUCINATIONS OR DELUSIONS
  2. AGREEING OR TAKING ON BELIEFS
  3. BEING IN THE PRESENT MOMENT USING MEDITATION
  4. FEELINGS OF DESPONDENCY
  5. FEELING OR SHOWING PLEASURE OR CONTENTMENT
  6. THE ACT OF SIGNPOSTING SOMEONE FOR SUPPORT
  7. RESULT OF EXPERIENCING A DISTRESSING EVENT
  8. FEELING OF SEPARATION FROM EVERYONE ELSE
  9. SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF ONESELF
  10. IRRATIONAL FEAR OR AVERSION TO SOMETHING
  11. BODILY ACTIVITY TO ENHANCE WELL BEING

21 Clues: EXTREME MOOD SWINGSFEELINGS OF DESPONDENCYHOW YOU GET A DIAGNOSISHALLUCINATIONS OR DELUSIONSAGREEING OR TAKING ON BELIEFSRETURN TO A NORMAL STATE OF MINDFEELINGS OF WORRY OR NERVOUSNESSSUBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF ONESELFFALSE BELIEFS ABOUT MENTAL HEALTHMEDICAL CARE FOR ILLNESS OR INJURYEXPERIENCE OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  2. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  3. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  4. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  5. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  6. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members.
  7. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  8. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  9. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  10. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  11. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  12. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  13. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  14. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
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  1. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  2. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  3. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  4. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  5. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  6. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  7. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  8. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  9. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  10. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  11. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

Mental Health 2022-05-06

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. a depressed mood that lasts for at least two years.
  2. a disorder that affects a person's ability to think, feel, and behave clearly.
  3. anxiety disorder characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear
  4. Excessive thoughts (obsessions) that lead to repetitive behaviors (compulsions).
  5. A chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness.
  6. A chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness.
  7. Fear of social situations
  8. a mental condition marked by alternating periods of elation and depression.
  9. Fear of heights
  10. The existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  11. Fear of small spaces
  12. properties or features of an organism, characteristic, etc
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  1. A pattern of repeated drug or alcohol use that often interferes with health, work, or social relationships.
  2. a substance used for medical treatment, especially a medicine or drug
  3. diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder AND another mental health disorder.
  4. A disorder in which a person has difficulty recovering after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event.
  5. Fear of inescapable situations
  6. an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.
  7. a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically elaborated into an organized system.
  8. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest and can interfere with your daily functioning
  9. Fear of spiders
  10. highly addictive and illegal substances such as heroin, marijuana and meth, ecstasy.
  11. Intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations.

23 Clues: Fear of spidersFear of heightsFear of small spacesFear of social situationsFear of inescapable situationsa depressed mood that lasts for at least two years.an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.properties or features of an organism, characteristic, etcThe existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities...

Mental Health 2022-05-09

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity
  2. episodes of extremely low moods that meet the criteria for major depression
  3. the existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  4. a condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event
  5. a disorder characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears that will lead to repetitive behaviors
  6. disorder a disorder that causes a person to eat a lot in one sitting
  7. when a child has antisocial behavior
  8. fear of social situations
  9. fear of being in small spaces
  10. a disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations and paranoia
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  1. depression that many women experience when having to part with their child
  2. a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance
  3. disorder depression that is caused by lack of sunlight (usually in the winter)
  4. anxiety caused by being in a social environment
  5. disorder a mental illness that severely impacts a person's ability to regulate their emotions
  6. excessive worry and tension even if there is little or nothing to provoke the anxiety
  7. a milder, but long-lasting form of depression
  8. a severe depression plus some form of psychosis
  9. a disorder that cause people to not focus and to do things without thinking and unable to stay still
  10. a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers sever physical reactions

20 Clues: fear of social situationsfear of being in small spaceswhen a child has antisocial behaviora milder, but long-lasting form of depressionanxiety caused by being in a social environmenta severe depression plus some form of psychosischaracterized by inattentiveness and impulsivitya condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event...

Mental health 2022-05-09

Mental health crossword puzzle
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  1. fear of spiders
  2. a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic situation. Fear triggers many split-second changes in the body to help defend against danger or to avoid it.
  3. a disorder that involves repetitive movements or unwanted sounds that can't be easily controlled
  4. A chronic condition that affects millions of children and often continues into adulthood. Includes a combination of persistent problems, such as difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior.
  5. fear of jellysish
  6. overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs.
  7. mental illness marked by periods of great excitement or euphoria, delusions, and overactivity.
  8. a congenital condition characterized by a distinctive pattern of physical characteristics including a flattened skull, pronounced folds of skin in the inner corners of the eyes, large tongue, and short stature, and by some degree of limitation of intellectual ability and social and practical skills. It usually arises from a defect involving chromosome 21
  9. fear of long words
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  1. is a type of specific phobia that involves a persistent and intense fear of deep bodies of water such as the ocean or sea
  2. a psychological disorder in which a person becomes obsessed with imaginary defects in their appearance.
  3. a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.
  4. a neurological condition with symptoms of inattention, distractibility, and poor working memory.
  5. fear of small holes and skin disease.
  6. a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.
  7. A group of conditions associated with the elevation or lowering of a person's mood,or prolonged sadness
  8. any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits
  9. mental disorder especially when marked by egocentric and antisocial activity, a lack of remorse for one's actions, an absence of empathy for others, and often criminal tendencies.
  10. formerly called manic depression, is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings that include emotional high and lows.
  11. a developmental disorder of variable severity that is characterized by difficulty in social interaction and communication and by restricted or repetitive patterns of thought and behavior.

20 Clues: fear of spidersfear of jellysishfear of long wordsfear of small holes and skin disease.overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs.any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits...

Mental Health 2022-05-09

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. An eating disorder causing people to obsess about weight and what they eat.
  2. A disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance.
  3. A low mood occurring for at least two years, along with at least two other symptoms of depression.
  4. When a person experiences extreme mood swings
  5. Characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity but NOT hyperactivity.
  6. A person that has been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder AND another mental health disorder.
  7. A mental health condition marked by a pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious.
  8. A disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations & paranoia. May produce multiple personalities
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  1. The existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  2. Excessive and unrealistic worry & tension, even if there is little or nothing to provoke the anxiety
  3. A condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it.
  4. A mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life.
  5. When a person has severe depression plus some form of psychosis, such as having disturbing false fixed beliefs (delusions) or hearing or seeing upsetting things that others cannot hear or see (hallucinations).
  6. A major depression during pregnancy or after delivery
  7. When someone frequently consumes unusually large amounts of food and feels unable to stop eating
  8. A pattern of repeated drug or alcohol use that often interferes with health, work, or social relationships.
  9. An anxiety disorder characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead you to do repetitive behaviors (compulsions)
  10. Neurological disorder that causes a person to be inattentive (unable to focus), impulsive (do things without thinking), and hyperactivity (unable to sit still).
  11. A serious eating disorder marked by binging, followed by methods to avoid weight gain.
  12. A sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause

20 Clues: When a person experiences extreme mood swingsA major depression during pregnancy or after deliveryThe existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalitiesA disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance.Characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity but NOT hyperactivity....

Mental Health 2022-05-09

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. An eating disorder causing people to obsess about weight and what they eat.
  2. A disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance.
  3. A low mood occurring for at least two years, along with at least two other symptoms of depression.
  4. When a person experiences extreme mood swings
  5. Characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity but NOT hyperactivity.
  6. A person that has been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder AND another mental health disorder.
  7. A mental health condition marked by a pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious.
  8. A disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations & paranoia. May produce multiple personalities
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  1. The existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  2. Excessive and unrealistic worry & tension, even if there is little or nothing to provoke the anxiety
  3. A condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it.
  4. A mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life.
  5. When a person has severe depression plus some form of psychosis, such as having disturbing false fixed beliefs (delusions) or hearing or seeing upsetting things that others cannot hear or see (hallucinations).
  6. A major depression during pregnancy or after delivery
  7. When someone frequently consumes unusually large amounts of food and feels unable to stop eating
  8. A pattern of repeated drug or alcohol use that often interferes with health, work, or social relationships.
  9. An anxiety disorder characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead you to do repetitive behaviors (compulsions)
  10. Neurological disorder that causes a person to be inattentive (unable to focus), impulsive (do things without thinking), and hyperactivity (unable to sit still).
  11. A serious eating disorder marked by binging, followed by methods to avoid weight gain.
  12. A sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause

20 Clues: When a person experiences extreme mood swingsA major depression during pregnancy or after deliveryThe existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalitiesA disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance.Characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity but NOT hyperactivity....

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  2. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  3. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  4. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  5. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  6. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  7. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  8. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  9. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  10. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  11. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
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  1. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  2. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  3. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  4. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  5. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing
  6. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  7. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  8. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  9. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  10. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  11. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  12. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  13. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  14. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

Mental Health 2022-07-26

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Should be avoided with TCAs
  2. Therapeutic technique involves silence, reflection, and _______
  3. for a person to be involuntary committed to a facility, they need to be deemed a threat to self or ____
  4. the client is seeing the nurse as someone else who is significant in their life
  5. A patient taking antipsychotics might need this medication for extrapyramidal side effects
  6. Key concept in building trust with your clients
  7. flight of ideas is something experienced with this disorder
  8. May be one of the signs of tardive dyskinesia
  9. part of the nursing process in the beginning of an admission that is information gathering
  10. Physicians first choice due to decreased side effects and increased compliance
  11. false fixed ideas
  12. the absence of physical and mental movement
  13. abbrev.; rare life threatening reaction with high fever, increased pulse, muscle rigidity, stupor and incontinence.
  14. you should report to them any child or elder abuse
  15. you patient might be restless and constantly tapping a foot and may be irritable
  16. your client leaves the unit when nobody is watching
  17. tardive dyskinesia can become _____ permanent if not caught early
  18. a person my be attracted to someone else outside of their marriage but instead of admitting it, they accuse their spouse of infidelity
  19. main issue with this drug is GI disturbance
  20. defense mechanism is a ___device the reduces anxiety
  21. side effects including dystonia and akathisia
  22. passing medication might be an example of this phase in the nursing process
  23. a term used to describe someones outward expression of emotion
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  1. example would be getting defensive and angry with a client for no reason if they remind the nurse of s friend who also makes them angry and defensive
  2. technique that involves advising, confronting, and reassuring
  3. lack of pleasure or joy
  4. _____ antidepressants my take 2-3 weeks before you see effects
  5. stress the importance of fluids and sodium in diet with this medication
  6. expressions of ideas that do not logically connect
  7. severe spasm of tongue, neck, and face
  8. Someone taking an MAOI should avoid this food
  9. setting these is important with people suffering from borderline personality disorder
  10. allows for meaningful reflection
  11. is your intervention working phase of nursing process
  12. Therapy to gain trust with children
  13. we must check on someone every 15 minutes if they have these
  14. _____symptoms of schizophrenia that should not be there
  15. includes trying to envision what it must be like to be in their position
  16. primary nursing intervention is to protect a depressed person from committing (2 words)
  17. _____ cues can have more impact on the message than the words themselves
  18. apathy, social withdrawal, flat affect are ____symptoms of schizophrenia

41 Clues: false fixed ideaslack of pleasure or joyShould be avoided with TCAsallows for meaningful reflectionTherapy to gain trust with childrensevere spasm of tongue, neck, and facethe absence of physical and mental movementmain issue with this drug is GI disturbanceMay be one of the signs of tardive dyskinesiaSomeone taking an MAOI should avoid this food...

Mental Health 2022-09-02

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Intense, prolonged feelings of sadness
  2. A type of communication that uses actions rather than words
  3. The step of thinking of and listing possible choices
  4. The mental process of making a choice
  5. A type of message you can use to talk about yourself, your feelings and your needs
  6. Negative stress
  7. Before acting on a decision, you should make sure it meets this acronym
  8. A type of message that blames or shames someone else
  9. The process of weighing the pros and cons of a possible choice
  10. To negotiate with someone or something
  11. Optimal level of health
  12. The body's response to life events
  13. When the body shuts down in response to stress
  14. Area of health that deals with the condition of a person’s body
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  1. A type of decision that keeps a person healthy and safe
  2. Delaying or postponing doing something
  3. Type of guilt one may feel if they believe they should have died in another’s place.
  4. Positive stress
  5. Withdrawal from friends and family, previous attempts and planning or threatening are warning signs of __________
  6. Area of health that deals with the way a person interacts with other people
  7. Physical health, mental/emotional health, and social health make up this shape
  8. Area of health that deals with the condition of a person’s mind and feelings
  9. Something that causes stress
  10. Natural emotional response to loss or change
  11. The state of a person’s body, mind, and feelings, and how they get along with others
  12. Refusing to believe a loss occurred
  13. Type of behavior or situation that can harm people’s health

27 Clues: Positive stressNegative stressOptimal level of healthSomething that causes stressThe body's response to life eventsRefusing to believe a loss occurredThe mental process of making a choiceIntense, prolonged feelings of sadnessDelaying or postponing doing somethingTo negotiate with someone or somethingNatural emotional response to loss or change...

Mental Health Review 2018-04-09

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  1. Coming from a low-income community, race, gender and age are all _____ to finding medical help with mental health
  2. Intimate relationships with a specific person (usually a boy/girlfriend, husband or wife, etc.)
  3. The person who is in charge of their mental health and relationships
  4. ______ can have a mental health issue at some time in their life
  5. People with mental illness often face _____ based on their conditions
  6. Relationships with people who you are related to
  7. Your mental health is affected by the ____ of the food you eat
  8. Relationships need mutual _____ and care in order to stay successful in to the future
  9. The first relationship most children experience is with their _______
  10. Relationships between people at work, or at school
  11. Using legal or illegal ____ can have a negative effect on your mental health
  12. Big life events that cause a ____ in your lifestyle can affect your mental health
  13. Most friendships are based on people sharing similar _____ and beliefs about life
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  1. Talking about people behind their back
  2. Most relationships children have will change as they become _____, and take charge of their own lives more
  3. Relationships that contain lots of ______ tend to lack empathy and understanding of each other's wants and needs
  4. The continued interactions between people
  5. Relationships between people who are not related, but who choose to spend time together
  6. Confident and forceful behaviour
  7. One important part of adult relationships is ______, and making sure people understand your wants and needs
  8. A doctor who specialises in mental health and relationships
  9. People who are not assertive enough
  10. Mental illnesses are those that affect the _____.
  11. People in the ____ find it more difficult to find help for their mental health than those who live in cities
  12. When a mental illness is checked by a doctor, it becomes a _______ mental illness
  13. People who are too assertive
  14. People who show an appropriate level of assertiveness

27 Clues: People who are too assertiveConfident and forceful behaviourPeople who are not assertive enoughTalking about people behind their backThe continued interactions between peopleRelationships with people who you are related toMental illnesses are those that affect the _____.Relationships between people at work, or at school...

Mental Health 2014-03-18

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  1. Often seen before a suicide attempt
  2. A serious stress-related condition
  3. People with schizophrenia claim to hear these
  4. Not providing basic needs of a child
  5. Abuse like Punching or kicking a child
  6. Extreme headaches often caused by stress
  7. Inappropriate contact/touching of a child
  8. People who have to report abuse
  9. The most common mental illness
  10. Extreme Mood swings
  11. Irrational fears
  12. Usually increases during the fight/flight response
  13. Body image problem. Self-starvation
  14. Body image problem. Eating then purging
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  1. The body’s response to a stressor
  2. An Organization that protects against child abuse
  3. Trouble focusing
  4. A great method to deal with stress
  5. A physical or Mental craving for something
  6. Abuse by verbal constant insults
  7. Loss touch with reality
  8. Effects cognitive or Social function of a person
  9. Can't sit still and/or trouble focusing
  10. A reaction to traumatic stressful event
  11. Preforming repeated tasks
  12. System that is weaken by constant stress

26 Clues: Trouble focusingIrrational fearsExtreme Mood swingsLoss touch with realityPreforming repeated tasksThe most common mental illnessPeople who have to report abuseAbuse by verbal constant insultsThe body’s response to a stressorA serious stress-related conditionA great method to deal with stressOften seen before a suicide attempt...

Mental Health 2017-07-10

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  1. activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness.
  2. time when one is not working or active.
  3. Food which nourishes the body
  4. sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others.
  5. Give assistance to
  6. provide (someone) with a reason for doing something.
  7. the action or process of talking about something in order to reach a decision or to exchange ideas.
  8. make a journey
  9. the action of giving someone support, confidence, or hope.
  10. feel concern or interest; attach importance to something.
  11. the action or practice of meditating.
  12. a spiritual and ascetic discipline widely practised for health and relaxation.
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  1. the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants.
  2. activity done for enjoyment when one is not working.
  3. conscious knowledge of one's own character and feelings.
  4. the state or feeling of being calm and in control of oneself.
  5. recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something.
  6. a strong feeling of affection.
  7. a condition of body and mind which typically recurs for several hours every night, in which the nervous system is inactive.
  8. the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

20 Clues: make a journeyGive assistance toFood which nourishes the bodya strong feeling of affection.the action or practice of meditating.time when one is not working or active.activity done for enjoyment when one is not working.provide (someone) with a reason for doing something.the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants....

Mental Health 2019-01-21

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  1. a persistent condition in which the person cannot go to sleep or stay asleep throughout the night
  2. move of the client: for example from a chair to a wheelchair
  3. an intense and sudden feeling of fear, anxiety, terror or dread for no obvious reason
  4. extreme suspicion about a person or situation
  5. present at birth
  6. a term to describe infants, babies, or children who are below the norms for body weight, growth or cognitive development
  7. seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting or feeling something that is not there
  8. prevented from having any power or control over one's life or health care
  9. a process that involves allowing an abused substance to exit the body naturally or medically removing the substance from the body
  10. shame or social disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality or person
  11. absence of at least three consecutive menstrual periods, as normally expected to occur
  12. false beliefs of being mistreated
  13. a mental state in which perception of reality is impaired
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  1. the need to urinate through the night
  2. condition where the client withdraws into the self
  3. official entry of a client into a hospital or other health care facility
  4. impaired ability to learn
  5. pain felt in a body part that is no longer there
  6. the state of being uncared for physically, emotionally, and psychologically
  7. a fixed, false belief that is not based on reality
  8. sudden pain due to injury, disease, trauma, or surgery: generally lasts less than 6 months
  9. an attack on a persons's self-esteem, such as constantly insulting, humiliating or rejecting him, or saying that he is "stupid" or "bad"
  10. a violent, sudden contraction of muscle groups
  11. any non-consensual sexual act that results from a threat, coercion or force
  12. an eating disorder defined as persistently eating or mouthing substances without nutritional value for a period of at least a month
  13. feelings of intolerance or prejudice toward a person or group of people because of their age
  14. physical or mental harm caused by someone in a position of trust

27 Clues: present at birthimpaired ability to learnfalse beliefs of being mistreatedthe need to urinate through the nightextreme suspicion about a person or situationa violent, sudden contraction of muscle groupspain felt in a body part that is no longer therecondition where the client withdraws into the selfa fixed, false belief that is not based on reality...

Mental Health 2020-03-18

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  1. a deeply distressing or disturbing experience
  2. apprehensive uneasiness or nervousness usually over an impending or anticipated ill
  3. a source of perplexity, distress, or vexation
  4. the quality of being unfrequented and remote; isolation.
  5. an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.
  6. the quality or state of being aware : knowledge and understanding that something is happening or exists
  7. pressure or tension exerted on a material object
  8. the practice of being or tendency to be positive or optimistic in attitude.
  9. (of psychiatric illness) characterized by both manic and depressive episodes, or manic ones only.
  10. the state of being happy.
  11. lack or loss of appetite for food (as a medical condition).
Down
  1. therapeutic medical treatment of impairment, injury, disease, or disorder
  2. habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.
  3. feelings of severe despondency and dejection.
  4. a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
  5. a mark of shame or discredit
  6. the way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially toward others
  7. medical care given to a patient for an illness or injury.
  8. the existence of an individual human being or animal
  9. relating to society or its organization.

20 Clues: the state of being happy.a mark of shame or discreditrelating to society or its organization.habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.a deeply distressing or disturbing experiencea source of perplexity, distress, or vexationfeelings of severe despondency and dejection.pressure or tension exerted on a material object...

Mental Health 2020-03-18

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. a source of perplexity, distress, or vexation
  2. lack or loss of appetite for food (as a medical condition).
  3. the existence of an individual human being or animal
  4. a deeply distressing or disturbing experience
  5. the quality or state of being aware : knowledge and understanding that something is happening or exists
  6. a natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
  7. a mark of shame or discredit
  8. the state of being happy.
  9. the practice of being or tendency to be positive or optimistic in attitude.
  10. an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.
  11. the quality of being unfrequented and remote; isolation.
  12. therapeutic medical treatment of impairment, injury, disease, or disorder
Down
  1. the way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially toward others
  2. habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.
  3. pressure or tension exerted on a material object
  4. feelings of severe despondency and dejection.
  5. medical care given to a patient for an illness or injury.
  6. apprehensive uneasiness or nervousness usually over an impending or anticipated ill
  7. relating to society or its organization.
  8. (of psychiatric illness) characterized by both manic and depressive episodes, or manic ones only.

20 Clues: the state of being happy.a mark of shame or discreditrelating to society or its organization.habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.a source of perplexity, distress, or vexationa deeply distressing or disturbing experiencefeelings of severe despondency and dejection.pressure or tension exerted on a material object...

Mental Health 2020-06-05

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Often seen before a suicide attempt
  2. Abuse like Punching or kicking a child
  3. A serious stress-related condition
  4. System that is weaken by constant stress
  5. Not providing basic needs of a child
  6. Body image problem. Self-starvation
  7. People who have to report abuse
  8. Can't sit still and/or trouble focusing
  9. Extreme Mood swings
  10. People with schizophrenia claim to hear these
  11. A reaction to traumatic stressful event
  12. Extreme headaches often caused by stress
  13. Preforming repeated tasks
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  1. Abuse by verbal constant insults
  2. Irrational fears
  3. A great method to deal with stress
  4. An Organization that protects against child abuse
  5. The body’s response to a stressor
  6. Body image problem. Eating then purging
  7. Usually increases during the fight/flight response
  8. Loss touch with reality
  9. The most common mental illness
  10. Effects cognitive or Social function of a person
  11. A physical or Mental craving for something
  12. Inappropriate contact/touching of a child
  13. Trouble focusing

26 Clues: Irrational fearsTrouble focusingExtreme Mood swingsLoss touch with realityPreforming repeated tasksThe most common mental illnessPeople who have to report abuseAbuse by verbal constant insultsThe body’s response to a stressorA great method to deal with stressA serious stress-related conditionOften seen before a suicide attempt...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

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  1. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  2. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  3. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  4. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  5. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  6. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  7. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  8. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  9. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  10. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  11. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
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  1. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  2. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  3. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  4. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  5. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members.
  6. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  7. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  8. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  9. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  10. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  11. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  12. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  13. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  14. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  2. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  3. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  4. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  5. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  6. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members.
  7. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  8. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  9. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  10. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  11. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  12. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  13. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  14. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
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  1. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  2. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  3. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  4. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  5. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  6. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  7. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  8. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  9. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  10. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  11. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

Mental Health 2020-11-17

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. / an even distribution of weight enabling someone or something to remain upright and steady.
  2. or Flight / the instinctive physiological response to a threatening situation, which readies one either to resist forcibly or to run away.
  3. / interacting with the community and people around you
  4. / The emotion of feeling mad
  5. / The ability to bounce back
  6. / of, affecting, or arising in the mind; related to the mental and emotional state of a person.
  7. disorder / Another name for manic depression
  8. / A constant and ongoing feeling of being depressed.
  9. / the action or practice of meditating.
  10. / easily agitated or alarmed.
  11. networks / People and places you can go to for help.
  12. / make or become less tense or anxious.
  13. / in a manner relating to the body as opposed to the mind.
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  1. / A constant feeling of being nervous, worried or stressed.
  2. / relating to a person's emotions.
  3. / Extreme or irrational fear of entering open or crowded places, of leaving one's own home, or of being in places from which escape is difficult.
  4. disorder / recurring panic attacks and ongoing fears about experiencing more panic attacks.
  5. / a written or spoken discourse expressing considered thoughts on a subject.
  6. Awareness / conscious knowledge of one's own character and feelings.
  7. Thinking / to have positive thoughts
  8. / in a manner relating to the mind.
  9. / a response to pressure or threat

22 Clues: / The emotion of feeling mad/ The ability to bounce back/ easily agitated or alarmed./ relating to a person's emotions./ a response to pressure or threat/ in a manner relating to the mind.Thinking / to have positive thoughts/ the action or practice of meditating./ make or become less tense or anxious....

Mental health 2021-08-05

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  1. This type of support is crucial for those with mental health issues.
  2. Physician specializing in mental illness who establishes diagnoses, treatments and prescribes medication as needed.
  3. A very common substance-related disorder in Canada
  4. Often found to be very beneficial in combination with medication.
  5. It is important to recognize them and express them adequately.
  6. This type of change is necessary to prevent people from suffering in silence.
  7. A disorder characterized by a sad or irritable mood, or a general lack of interest or pleasure.
  8. illness 1 in 5 people will suffer from it in their lifetime.
  9. Finding the strength to continue despite difficulties.
  10. This week’s event aims at raising it.
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  1. Mood disorder characterized by alternating episodes of depression and mania.
  2. It takes a lot of ___ to live with a mental illness.
  3. People with mental illness often suffer from it.
  4. A disorder characterized by intense feelings of dread, fear or worry due to anticipated or perceived danger.
  5. Intentional act aimed at killing oneself in order to put an end to a suffering deemed unbearable.
  6. Psychotic disorder which results in a marked disturbance of ideas and perceptions often provoking hallucinations and delusions.
  7. Unfortunately, mental illness still often is.
  8. Sharing our story creates ____ for those who are suffering.
  9. Preconceived views about people with addiction and mental health problems.
  10. Taking care of your mental health is a form of ___
  11. Being able to count on our colleagues to obtain some is often very beneficial.
  12. A feeling often experienced by people with a mental health disorder.
  13. Asking for it is not always easy, but oh so necessary!

23 Clues: This week’s event aims at raising it.Unfortunately, mental illness still often is.People with mental illness often suffer from it.A very common substance-related disorder in CanadaTaking care of your mental health is a form of ___It takes a lot of ___ to live with a mental illness.Asking for it is not always easy, but oh so necessary!...

Mental health 2021-08-06

Mental health crossword puzzle
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  1. Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant.
  2. The act of helping, defending, protecting. To be offered to your loved
  3. A process in which a person learns to live harmoniously in society.
  4. to our personal interests.
  5. A state of mental disorder caused by a fear of real or imagined
  6. A sense of a person’s worth; it is a deeper value than mere
  7. health effects.
  8. Protects mental health when done in a justified, sincere and timely
  9. to someone who is suffering.
  10. Talking about it can save lives.
  11. Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.
  12. Doing this helps release endorphins, the hormones that make you
  13. We do it to express ourselves, to confide in others and to break
  14. Fulfilling activities in which we should indulge during our free time,
  15. There must be this between work and personal life.
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  1. A specialist who offers you the chance to talk about yourself and what
  2. because it is free of all hypocrisy.
  3. An exercise that suggests paying attention to the present moment
  4. a pandemic.
  5. Listening to this can relax and energize you.
  6. A feeling of isolation that greatly affect mental health, especially
  7. Hearing, considering, paying attention to. The most beautiful gift to
  8. and without judgment.
  9. Experiencing it over a long period affects your health.
  10. without keeping tabs.
  11. you without judgment.
  12. An individual's ability to bounce back, to make a fresh start.
  13. Essential ingredient for good mental health. A lack of it causes several
  14. Ensuring a healthy this contributes to good mental health.
  15. Asking for it promptly may prevent worsening of symptoms.

30 Clues: a pandemic.health effects.and without judgment.without keeping tabs.you without judgment.to our personal interests.to someone who is suffering.Talking about it can save lives.because it is free of all hypocrisy.Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.Listening to this can relax and energize you.Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant....

Mental Health 2022-05-08

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. a personality disorder characterized by an exaggerated sense of self-importance
  2. a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions
  3. sometimes called sociopathy a mental disorder in which a person consistently shows no regard for right and wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others
  4. a personality disorder where you are highly sensitive to being negatively judged by others and have chronic feelings of inadequacy
  5. where you frequently consume usually large amounts of food and feel unable to stop eating
  6. a disorder where it can make people feel helpless and hard for people to start tasks
  7. when someone is affected by the seasons and is more depressed during them
  8. is a disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations, and paranoia.
  9. experiencing extreme highs and extreme lows
  10. is the loss or lack of appetite for food because you want to lose weight and have a distorted body image
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  1. abbreviation that can lead you to do repetitive behaviors
  2. a disorder that is the existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  3. is characterized by inattentive mess and impulsivity but not hyperactive
  4. is an abbreviation for a disorder that is a condition that is triggered by an event either experiencing it or witnessing it.
  5. a disorder that causes an intense fear of being watched and or judged by others in the public
  6. a personality disorder in which you have an exaggerated distrust and suspicion of other people
  7. a personality disorder in which people have severe mood swings, impulsive behavior, and difficulty forming stable relationships
  8. is when a woman experiences full-blown major depression either during pregnancy or after giving birth
  9. are the fear of something that causes extreme fear, trembling, sweating, and worry
  10. is a neurological disorder that causes a person to be inattentive and hyperactive

20 Clues: experiencing extreme highs and extreme lowsabbreviation that can lead you to do repetitive behaviorsis a disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations, and paranoia.is characterized by inattentive mess and impulsivity but not hyperactivea sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions...

Mental Health 2022-05-27

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  1. An emotional disorder characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat
  2. a school student who participates in school sports
  3. One's persistent sadness
  4. The body's response to physical, mental, or emotional pressure
  5. A unit of energy
  6. A questioning of opinions and research
  7. Fellow members of one's team
  8. physical injury
  9. to successfully reach a goal
  10. The desire or willingness of someone to do something
Down
  1. An athletic instructor or trainer
  2. A form of body deprivation that is used to control the need for food
  3. When one's eating habits become altered
  4. an activity with physical exertion and skill when an individual or team competes against another
  5. One who teaches academics
  6. Nervous habits
  7. Confidence in one's own worth
  8. An emotional disorder involving distortion of body image and binge/purging
  9. something designed to give pleasure through beauty
  10. an instance of being hurt

20 Clues: Nervous habitsphysical injuryA unit of energyOne's persistent sadnessOne who teaches academicsan instance of being hurtFellow members of one's teamto successfully reach a goalConfidence in one's own worthAn athletic instructor or trainerA questioning of opinions and researchWhen one's eating habits become altered...

Mental Health 2014-03-18

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Not providing basic needs of a child
  2. Extreme headaches often caused by stress
  3. An Organization that protects against child abuse
  4. Inappropriate contact/touching of a child
  5. Loss touch with reality
  6. Irrational fears
  7. People who have to report abuse
  8. Trouble focusing
  9. A physical or Mental craving for something
  10. People with schizophrenia claim to hear these
  11. Body image problem. Eating then purging
Down
  1. Abuse by verbal constant insults
  2. Often seen before a suicide attempt
  3. Usually increases during the fight/flight response
  4. A great method to deal with stress
  5. Abuse like Punching or kicking a child
  6. The body’s response to a stressor
  7. Preforming repeated tasks
  8. A serious stress-related condition
  9. Can't sit still and/or trouble focusing
  10. Body image problem. Self-starvation
  11. The most common mental illness
  12. A reaction to traumatic stressful event
  13. Extreme Mood swings
  14. Effects cognitive or Social function of a person
  15. System that is weaken by constant stress

26 Clues: Irrational fearsTrouble focusingExtreme Mood swingsLoss touch with realityPreforming repeated tasksThe most common mental illnessPeople who have to report abuseAbuse by verbal constant insultsThe body’s response to a stressorA great method to deal with stressA serious stress-related conditionOften seen before a suicide attempt...

Mental Health 2018-04-30

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. protecting ones skin from the harmful sun rays
  2. a conflict inside yourself
  3. someone hurting you or doing something to you that you do not want by force
  4. texting, eating or putting on makeup in a car while driving
  5. the bad elements contained in food
  6. dependence on an addictive substance, mainly referring to drugs and alcohol
  7. 5 steps; get information, look at perspectives, how to change situation, acceptable action, resolve
  8. the ability to carry out life processes like growing and consuming
  9. physical features of nature that occur naturally
  10. where you may live or work and how your family surrounds you, example is if your parents treat you
  11. a conflict that occurs outside of yourself
  12. anything that can help you not get injured or hurt
  13. examples are marijuana and tobacco overindulged
  14. one of the most important thing to remember when trying to improve your mental health
  15. most addictive drug that is overindulged
  16. condition or disease that is long-lasting, occurs in time or is persistent, examples are asthma and allergies
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  1. when another person try's to convince you to do something, typically something you don't want to do
  2. feeling overwhelmed with things to do or about someone's health etc
  3. having a good sense of self-esteem, confidence and well-being
  4. when two people make each other happy and help each other create a positive future
  5. examples of this are, dust, mold and second-hand smoke
  6. the bad elements contained in water
  7. acronym for when electric or magnetic fields cause some people to get health problems
  8. protecting yourself from any harmful activity that may occur
  9. psychological, emotional and social well-being of a person
  10. protection from any harmful activity that may occur
  11. how our bodies are, healthy or sick
  12. growth of abnormal skin cells, typically caused from damaged skin cells
  13. the rules that help tell you if an action is right or wrong
  14. can be difficult if you have a bad mental state, example is not brushing your hair for a long period of time

30 Clues: a conflict inside yourselfthe bad elements contained in foodthe bad elements contained in waterhow our bodies are, healthy or sickmost addictive drug that is overindulgeda conflict that occurs outside of yourselfprotecting ones skin from the harmful sun raysexamples are marijuana and tobacco overindulged...

Mental Health 2019-11-03

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Hallucination only I can hear...
  2. Dysthymia is in this category of disorder
  3. Un-addressed trauma can develop into this disorder
  4. One aspect of Concurrent Disorder
  5. The most deadly of addictions
  6. Recommended therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder (for short)
  7. Latin for market place & a common phobia
  8. Excessive hand washing or checking things over & over are symptoms of...(for short)
  9. Social disapproval of actions/or a way of being against cultural norms
  10. Situation where significant problem can't be solved by familiar coping strategies.
  11. Focus on physical symptoms when feeling distressed
  12. Presence of more than one disorder at the same time
  13. Sudden state of severe confusion
  14. One aspect of Dual Diagnosis
  15. Common med prescribed for sleep & depression
  16. Hoarding falls under this class of disorder
  17. Recommended therapy for depression & anxiety (for short)
  18. addictive meds commonly prescribed for anxiety typically end with these 3 letters (hint, also a girls name)
  19. Dementia effects the _____________.
  20. Mood state at one end of bipolar disorder
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  1. Primary stress hormone
  2. Not caring about anything
  3. A less severe form of mania is __________mania
  4. Treating the whole rather than its parts
  5. Cutting behaviour is a form of...
  6. Mood state at the other end of Bipolar Disorder
  7. Psychosis with no determined or diagnosed cause (for short)
  8. Altered state of being split from reality of what's happening
  9. MMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...
  10. Form of anti-psychotic medication
  11. Can't sleep, can't fall asleep, can't stay asleep...
  12. Innate ability to withstand stress & adverse events
  13. The 24 hour rhythm cycle for all living beings on earth
  14. Mood instability: laughing one minute, crying the next
  15. Passive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts

35 Clues: Primary stress hormoneNot caring about anythingOne aspect of Dual DiagnosisThe most deadly of addictionsMMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...Hallucination only I can hear...Sudden state of severe confusionCutting behaviour is a form of...One aspect of Concurrent DisorderForm of anti-psychotic medicationDementia effects the _____________....

Mental Health 2019-11-03

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. addictive meds commonly prescribed for anxiety typically end with these 3 letters (hint, also a girls name)
  2. Situation where significant problem can't be solved by familiar coping strategies.
  3. Hallucination only I can hear...
  4. Dementia effects the _____________.
  5. Not caring about anything
  6. Latin for market place & a common phobia
  7. Innate ability to withstand stress & adverse events
  8. Mood state at one end of bipolar disorder
  9. Category of Self Harm Behaviour
  10. Sudden state of severe confusion
  11. Excessive hand washing or checking things over & over are symptoms of...(for short)
  12. Mood state at the other end of Bipolar Disorder
  13. Common treatment for Personality Disturbances
  14. Treating the whole rather than its parts
  15. Psychosis with no determined or diagnosed cause (for short)
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  1. Hoarding falls under this class of disorder
  2. Un-addressed trauma can develop into this disorder
  3. Recommended therapy for depression & anxiety (for short)
  4. One aspect of Dual Diagnosis
  5. Presence of more than one disorder at the same time
  6. A less severe form of mania is __________mania
  7. One aspect of Concurrent Disorder
  8. Focus on physical symptoms when feeling distressed
  9. Mood instability: laughing one minute, crying the next
  10. Altered state of being split from reality of what's happening
  11. Form of anti-psychotic medication
  12. MMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...
  13. Primary stress hormone
  14. Social disapproval of actions/or a way of being against cultural norms
  15. Passive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts
  16. The 24 hour rhythm cycle for all living beings on earth
  17. Can't sleep, can't fall asleep, can't stay asleep...
  18. Dysthymia is in this category of disorder

33 Clues: Primary stress hormoneNot caring about anythingOne aspect of Dual DiagnosisMMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...Category of Self Harm BehaviourHallucination only I can hear...Sudden state of severe confusionOne aspect of Concurrent DisorderForm of anti-psychotic medicationDementia effects the _____________.Latin for market place & a common phobia...

Mental Health 2020-03-11

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. consuming excessive amounts of calories at once
  2. triggered by repetitive thoughts
  3. a mark of shame or disapproval
  4. continue to gamble despite heavy losses
  5. cannot resist the urge to hurt themselves or others
  6. mental illness that begins after experiencing traumatic events
  7. an anxiety disorder that causes brief periods of extreme anxiety
  8. a condition in which real or imagined fears are difficult to control
  9. rituals developed with an obsessive anxiety disorder
  10. setting fires to feel pleasure or release tension
  11. a transition from depression to mania
  12. unplanned theft of objects
  13. an illness in which people have uncontrollable mood changes
  14. there are many forms of _____ including physical, mental and emotional
Down
  1. a mood of extreme sadness or hopelessness
  2. inherited traits that may influence mental illness
  3. a combination of anxiety and ritual activity
  4. spending money on things you can't afford or don't need
  5. a false belief
  6. the way people think about and respond to events in their daily lives
  7. when a person breaks from reality in several ways
  8. a rigid pattern of behavior that makes it difficult to get along with others
  9. a sadness that lasts longer than 2 weeks without improvement
  10. repetitive cuts on parts of the body
  11. excessive energy and irritation
  12. panic attacks that are triggered by specific things
  13. a disorder that effects a person's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors
  14. a belief that other people want to harm someone
  15. mental breakdowns occur when a person is usually dealing with ______
  16. sensing something that is not real
  17. causes a person to experience 2 extreme moods: mania and depression
  18. this changes our brains to think and feel differently

32 Clues: a false beliefunplanned theft of objectsa mark of shame or disapprovalexcessive energy and irritationtriggered by repetitive thoughtssensing something that is not realrepetitive cuts on parts of the bodya transition from depression to maniacontinue to gamble despite heavy lossesa mood of extreme sadness or hopelessness...

Mental Health 2020-04-29

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  1. take time to process these
  2. We are all in this ________
  3. only check the ________ once a day
  4. a word for "getting things done"
  5. the kind of distancing we are practicing
  6. put down your _______ and disconnect
  7. ___________ with people digitally
  8. Social distancing doesn't mean social ___
  9. an antonym of stress
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  1. take time to ____________ (make) something
  2. make sure to get enough and at regular times
  3. yoga consists mainly of these
  4. improves your mental and physical health
  5. allows you to express your creativity
  6. do something that sparks ______
  7. pick a book and do some
  8. we can only live a few days without it
  9. going __________ for a walk is often calming
  10. the act of doing something for fun
  11. It gives us energy, but try not to eat too much

20 Clues: an antonym of stresspick a book and do sometake time to process theseWe are all in this ________yoga consists mainly of thesedo something that sparks ______a word for "getting things done"___________ with people digitallyonly check the ________ once a daythe act of doing something for funput down your _______ and disconnect...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  2. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  3. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  4. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  5. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members
  6. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  7. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  8. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  9. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  10. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  11. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  12. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  13. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  14. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
Down
  1. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  2. where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  3. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  4. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  5. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  6. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by
  7. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  8. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  9. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  10. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder

24 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorwhere their meanings and motivations are coming fromcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autisminvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

Mental health 2021-08-05

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  1. It takes a lot of ___ to live with a mental illness.
  2. This week’s event aims at raising it.
  3. Being able to count on our colleagues to obtain some is often very beneficial.
  4. Intentional act aimed at killing oneself in order to put an end to a suffering deemed unbearable.
  5. Psychotic disorder which results in a marked disturbance of ideas and perceptions often provoking hallucinations and delusions.
  6. It is important to recognize them and express them adequately.
  7. Taking care of your mental health is a form of ___
  8. Mood disorder characterized by alternating episodes of depression and mania.
  9. People with mental illness often suffer from it.
  10. Preconceived views about people with addiction and mental health problems.
  11. Asking for it is not always easy, but oh so necessary!
  12. A feeling often experienced by people with a mental health disorder.
  13. illness 1 in 5 people will suffer from it in their lifetime.
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  1. A disorder characterized by a sad or irritable mood, or a general lack of interest or pleasure.
  2. Physician specializing in mental illness who establishes diagnoses, treatments and prescribes medication as needed.
  3. Unfortunately, mental illness still often is.
  4. Finding the strength to continue despite difficulties.
  5. This type of change is necessary to prevent people from suffering in silence.
  6. A very common substance-related disorder in Canada
  7. Often found to be very beneficial in combination with medication.
  8. Sharing our story creates ____ for those who are suffering.
  9. This type of support is crucial for those with mental health issues.
  10. A disorder characterized by intense feelings of dread, fear or worry due to anticipated or perceived danger.

23 Clues: This week’s event aims at raising it.Unfortunately, mental illness still often is.People with mental illness often suffer from it.A very common substance-related disorder in CanadaTaking care of your mental health is a form of ___It takes a lot of ___ to live with a mental illness.Finding the strength to continue despite difficulties....

Mental health 2021-08-06

Mental health crossword puzzle
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  1. Talking about it can save lives.
  2. We do it to express ourselves, to confide in others and to break
  3. A sense of a person’s worth; it is a deeper value than mere
  4. and without judgment.
  5. Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.
  6. Essential ingredient for good mental health. A lack of it causes several
  7. A process in which a person learns to live harmoniously in society.
  8. Doing this helps release endorphins, the hormones that make you
  9. An exercise that suggests paying attention to the present moment
  10. Fulfilling activities in which we should indulge during our free time,
  11. health effects.
  12. Listening to this can relax and energize you.
  13. A specialist who offers you the chance to talk about yourself and what
  14. Protects mental health when done in a justified, sincere and timely
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  1. Ensuring a healthy this contributes to good mental health.
  2. The act of helping, defending, protecting. To be offered to your loved
  3. without keeping tabs.
  4. to someone who is suffering.
  5. A state of mental disorder caused by a fear of real or imagined
  6. Experiencing it over a long period affects your health.
  7. There must be this between work and personal life.
  8. Hearing, considering, paying attention to. The most beautiful gift to
  9. because it is free of all hypocrisy.
  10. Asking for it promptly may prevent worsening of symptoms.
  11. A feeling of isolation that greatly affect mental health, especially
  12. An individual's ability to bounce back, to make a fresh start.
  13. you without judgment.
  14. a pandemic.
  15. to our personal interests.
  16. Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant.

30 Clues: a pandemic.health effects.without keeping tabs.and without judgment.you without judgment.to our personal interests.to someone who is suffering.Talking about it can save lives.because it is free of all hypocrisy.Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.Listening to this can relax and energize you.Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant....

Mental health 2022-05-09

Mental health crossword puzzle
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  1. fear of spiders
  2. a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic situation. Fear triggers many split-second changes in the body to help defend against danger or to avoid it.
  3. a disorder that involves repetitive movements or unwanted sounds that can't be easily controlled
  4. A chronic condition that affects millions of children and often continues into adulthood. Includes a combination of persistent problems, such as difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior.
  5. fear of jellysish
  6. overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs.
  7. mental illness marked by periods of great excitement or euphoria, delusions, and overactivity.
  8. a congenital condition characterized by a distinctive pattern of physical characteristics including a flattened skull, pronounced folds of skin in the inner corners of the eyes, large tongue, and short stature, and by some degree of limitation of intellectual ability and social and practical skills. It usually arises from a defect involving chromosome 21
  9. fear of long words
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  1. is a type of specific phobia that involves a persistent and intense fear of deep bodies of water such as the ocean or sea
  2. a psychological disorder in which a person becomes obsessed with imaginary defects in their appearance.
  3. a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.
  4. a neurological condition with symptoms of inattention, distractibility, and poor working memory.
  5. fear of small holes and skin disease.
  6. a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.
  7. A group of conditions associated with the elevation or lowering of a person's mood,or prolonged sadness
  8. any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits
  9. mental disorder especially when marked by egocentric and antisocial activity, a lack of remorse for one's actions, an absence of empathy for others, and often criminal tendencies.
  10. formerly called manic depression, is a mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings that include emotional high and lows.
  11. a developmental disorder of variable severity that is characterized by difficulty in social interaction and communication and by restricted or repetitive patterns of thought and behavior.

20 Clues: fear of spidersfear of jellysishfear of long wordsfear of small holes and skin disease.overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs.any of a range of psychological disorders characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits...

Mental Health 2022-09-05

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. anger that is not recognized and is expressed in inappropriate ways
  2. a person's belief that he or she is worthy and deserves respect (has a - in it)
  3. unfriendliness; hatred
  4. an anxiety disorder that consists of sudden, overwhelming attacks of terror
  5. A physiological or psychological dependence on a substance or activity.
  6. an experience that causes a high level of stress.
  7. psychological disorders characterized by distressing, persistent anxiety or maladaptive behaviors that reduce anxiety
  8. feelings, often influenced by our beliefs, that predispose us to respond in a particular way to objects, people, and events
  9. The ability to share in another's emotions or feelings.
  10. The state of being alert and mentally present for one's everyday activities.
  11. an individual's unique pattern of characteristics.
  12. the feeling that occurs when someone dies or a life situation changes or ends.
  13. (GAS) a three-stage physiological response that appears regardless of the stressor that is encountered
  14. the ability to control impulses and delay short-term gratification for greater long-term rewards (has a - in it)
  15. The relationship between a person's thoughts, emotions, and bodily responses.(Has a - in it)
  16. an informal or formal gathering of people who meet and share experiences, feelings, and trust
  17. an action by people, such as family members, who want a person to get treatment
  18. are techniques used to prevent and deal with stressors and to protect one's health from the harmful effects produced by the stress response. (has a - in it)
  19. a high regard for oneself because one behaves in responsible ways. (has a - in it)
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  1. Physical ailments caused in part by psychological factors, especially emotion distress
  2. disguising one's own threatening impulses by attributing them to others
  3. intense emotional suffering caused by a loss, disaster, or misfortune
  4. healthful ways to control and express anger, such as journaling, exercising, and keeping a sense of humor (has a - in it)
  5. Voluntarily postponing an immediate reward in order to complete a task before enjoying a reward.
  6. a positive or negative experience that is associated with a particular pattern of physiological activity
  7. the quality of the contacts a person has with the people with whom he or she interacts
  8. a person who uses self-control to act on responsible values
  9. negative interpersonal contact that closes options and can cause a person to feel discouraged, alienated, and to choose wrong behavior
  10. the response of the body to the demands of daily living.
  11. A behavioral or psychological syndrome associated with distress or disability or with a significantly increased risk of suffering death, pain, disability, or loss of freedom.
  12. a problem in which people neglect themselves to care for, control, or try to "fix" someone else
  13. a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.
  14. Affects mood, hunger, sleep, and arousal
  15. positive interpersonal contact that helps a person feel encouraged and supported, choose responsible behavior, and recognize options
  16. An unhealthy compulsion to do things perfectly.
  17. the ideas, beliefs, and attitudes about what is important that help guide the way you live
  18. The ability to adjust, recover, bounce back and learn from difficult times.
  19. A falling back into an old illness or bad habit
  20. a person's belief that he or she is not worthy and does not deserve respect (has a - in it)
  21. an imbalanced preoccupation with work at the expense of home and personal life satisfaction

40 Clues: unfriendliness; hatredAffects mood, hunger, sleep, and arousalAn unhealthy compulsion to do things perfectly.A falling back into an old illness or bad habitan experience that causes a high level of stress.an individual's unique pattern of characteristics.The ability to share in another's emotions or feelings....

Mental Health 2020-11-17

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. make or become less tense or anxious.
  2. The emotion of feeling mad
  3. related to the mental and emotional state
  4. The ability to bounce back
  5. the action or practice of meditating.
  6. People and places you go to for help.
  7. recurring panic attacks and ongoing fears about experiencing more panic attacks.
  8. conscious knowledge of character/feelings.
  9. to have positive thoughts
  10. Another name for manic depression
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  1. A constant feeling of being depressed.
  2. expressing considered thoughts on a subject.
  3. Extreme or irrational fear of entering open or crowded places, of leaving one's own home, or of being in places from which escape is difficult.
  4. in a manner relating to the mind.
  5. an even distribution of weight .
  6. relating to a person's emotions.
  7. the instinctive physiological response to a threatening situation, which readies one either to resist forcibly or to run away.
  8. relating to the body as opposed to the mind.
  9. A constant feeling of being nervous and stressed
  10. a response to pressure or threat
  11. easily agitated or alarmed.
  12. interacting with the community and people around you

22 Clues: to have positive thoughtsThe emotion of feeling madThe ability to bounce backeasily agitated or alarmed.an even distribution of weight .relating to a person's emotions.a response to pressure or threatin a manner relating to the mind.Another name for manic depressionmake or become less tense or anxious.the action or practice of meditating....

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing
  2. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  3. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  4. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  5. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  6. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  7. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  8. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  9. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  10. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  11. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  12. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  13. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
Down
  1. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  2. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  3. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  4. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  5. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  6. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  7. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  8. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  9. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  10. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  11. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  12. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

MENTAL HEALTH crossword puzzle
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  1. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  2. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  3. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  4. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  5. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  6. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  7. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  8. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  9. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  10. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  11. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
Down
  1. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  2. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  3. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  4. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  5. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing
  6. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  7. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  8. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  9. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  10. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  11. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  12. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  13. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  14. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

Mental Health 2018-04-24

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  1. / Treatment of choice for Generalised Anxiety Disorder
  2. / Lithium remains the mood stabilizer of choice for bipolar. An alternative is -
  3. / All 3 of the following features must be present for a diagnosis to be made; global impairment of language and communication; impairment of social relationships; ritualistic and compulsive phenomena
  4. / The strongest risk factor for developing a psychotic disorder (including schizophrenia)
  5. / Antipsychotic drugs like olanazapine, quetiapine, and _______ are useful in acute episodes of mania. If response is inadequate, lithium or valporate may be added.
  6. / Drug treatments for PTSD should not be used as a routine first-line treatment for adults. If drug treatment is used then paroxetine or ________ are recommended
  7. / Toxicity includes coarse tremor, hyperreflexia, acute confusion, seizure, coma
  8. / First generation antipsychotics act predominantly by blocking dopamine D2 receptors in the brain - this can lead to extra-pyramidal side-effects. Examples include chlorpromazine and _________
  9. / diagnosed in about 5% of American children, and in the UK, where the term hyperkinetic syndrome is preferred, only 0.1% are diagnosed
  10. / Correction of acidosis with IV ______ is the first line in management of tricyclic induced arrhythmias and seizures
  11. / May be helpful in the initial stages of treatment for behavioural disturbances or agitation. Not for long term use as risk of dependence. An example is lorazepam
  12. / Adult dose by IV injection, subcut or IM; 400mcg initially to treat opioid overdose
  13. / Examples include GAD, panic disorders, OCD, PTSD and adjustment disorders
  14. / Antipsychotics may cause increased risk of -
  15. / May cause dry mouth, blurred vision, impaired glucose tolerance, akathisia, urinary retention, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, and extra-pyramidal side effects.
  16. / A young woman takes a paracetamol overdose after splitting with her boyfriend. Two days later she is in a new relationship which is troubled by her repeated outbursts of anger. Personality disorder.
  17. / In overdose use N-acetylcycteine
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  1. / SSRIs work by blocking the reuptake of serotonin into the nerve cell that released it, which prolongs its action in the brain. Examples include escitalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline and ______
  2. / Disorder; A middle-aged man with a history of depression presents with multiple unrelated physical symptoms over the past 5 years
  3. / Tricyclic antidepressants may cause urinary retention, dry mouth, lethargy/drowsiness and -
  4. / One of the main causes of non-adherence to antipsychotic medications
  5. / Tricyclic antidepressant
  6. / A man asks for help with social anxiety. He prefers to be alone and doesn't like to share his beliefs, which other people think are odd. He has a strong interest in the paranormal and talks in an high-pitched voice when talking about his 'spirit-guide'. Personality disorder.
  7. / SNRIs are very similar in action to SSRIs, but they act on noradrenaline as well as serotonin. They're sometimes preferred for treating more severe depression and anxiety. Examples include duloxetine and _______
  8. / Antipsychotic drugs are also known as -
  9. / A benzodiazepine, along with lorazepam, clobazam and clonazepam
  10. / Same class of drug as carbamazepine
  11. / Adult dose IV injection 200mcg over 15 seconds then 100mcg every 1 minute if required for benzo overdose
  12. / An SSRI; other examples include citalopram, escitalopram and sertraline
  13. / Syndrome; An elderly man with a history of macular degeneration presents with visual hallucinations but reports no other psychiatric symptoms
  14. / The most common cause of admissions to child and adolescent psychiatric wards. Diagnosis is now based on the DSM 5 criteria
  15. / Indicated for status epilepticus, short-term anxiety, short-term insomnia associated with anxiety, acute panic attacks, and conscious sedation. Dose ranges 1-4mg.
  16. / A woman presents to her male family doctor wearing a low-cut top and a short skirt. She tries to flirt with the doctor. The consultation is filled with drama and she becomes annoyed with the centre of attention shifts from her. Personality disorder.

33 Clues: / Tricyclic antidepressant/ In overdose use N-acetylcycteine/ Same class of drug as carbamazepine/ Antipsychotic drugs are also known as -/ Antipsychotics may cause increased risk of -/ Treatment of choice for Generalised Anxiety Disorder/ A benzodiazepine, along with lorazepam, clobazam and clonazepam...

Mental health 2021-08-05

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  1. A feeling often experienced by people with a mental health disorder.
  2. Unfortunately, mental illness still often is.
  3. It is important to recognize them and express them adequately.
  4. Being able to count on our colleagues to obtain some is often very beneficial.
  5. Psychotic disorder which results in a marked disturbance of ideas and perceptions often provoking hallucinations and delusions.
  6. People with mental illness often suffer from it.
  7. A disorder characterized by intense feelings of dread, fear or worry due to anticipated or perceived danger.
  8. Asking for it is not always easy, but oh so necessary!
  9. Physician specializing in mental illness who establishes diagnoses, treatments and prescribes medication as needed.
  10. This type of support is crucial for those with mental health issues.
  11. This type of change is necessary to prevent people from suffering in silence.
  12. A disorder characterized by a sad or irritable mood, or a general lack of interest or pleasure.
  13. Sharing our story creates ____ for those who are suffering.
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  1. A very common substance-related disorder in Canada
  2. Intentional act aimed at killing oneself in order to put an end to a suffering deemed unbearable.
  3. This week’s event aims at raising it.
  4. It takes a lot of ___ to live with a mental illness.
  5. Taking care of your mental health is a form of ___
  6. Finding the strength to continue despite difficulties.
  7. illness 1 in 5 people will suffer from it in their lifetime.
  8. Preconceived views about people with addiction and mental health problems.
  9. Often found to be very beneficial in combination with medication.
  10. Mood disorder characterized by alternating episodes of depression and mania.

23 Clues: This week’s event aims at raising it.Unfortunately, mental illness still often is.People with mental illness often suffer from it.A very common substance-related disorder in CanadaTaking care of your mental health is a form of ___It takes a lot of ___ to live with a mental illness.Finding the strength to continue despite difficulties....

Mental health 2021-08-06

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  1. A feeling of isolation that greatly affect mental health, especially
  2. Fulfilling activities in which we should indulge during our free time,
  3. Listening to this can relax and energize you.
  4. you without judgment.
  5. An exercise that suggests paying attention to the present moment
  6. Asking for it promptly may prevent worsening of symptoms.
  7. Experiencing it over a long period affects your health.
  8. Hearing, considering, paying attention to. The most beautiful gift to
  9. Doing this helps release endorphins, the hormones that make you
  10. a pandemic.
  11. Essential ingredient for good mental health. A lack of it causes several
  12. An individual's ability to bounce back, to make a fresh start.
  13. A sense of a person’s worth; it is a deeper value than mere
  14. We do it to express ourselves, to confide in others and to break
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  1. to our personal interests.
  2. A specialist who offers you the chance to talk about yourself and what
  3. Protects mental health when done in a justified, sincere and timely
  4. A process in which a person learns to live harmoniously in society.
  5. A state of mental disorder caused by a fear of real or imagined
  6. Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant.
  7. to someone who is suffering.
  8. and without judgment.
  9. without keeping tabs.
  10. health effects.
  11. because it is free of all hypocrisy.
  12. There must be this between work and personal life.
  13. Talking about it can save lives.
  14. The act of helping, defending, protecting. To be offered to your loved
  15. Ensuring a healthy this contributes to good mental health.
  16. Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.

30 Clues: a pandemic.health effects.you without judgment.and without judgment.without keeping tabs.to our personal interests.to someone who is suffering.Talking about it can save lives.because it is free of all hypocrisy.Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.Listening to this can relax and energize you.Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant....

Mental Health 2021-09-18

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Not in a happy or positive state.
  2. Having othing left
  3. whating something that someone else has or has had.
  4. intense feelings.
  5. impatiant and Unoccupied
  6. Being disappointed, worried or sad.
  7. irritable, complaining, grumpy, bad-tempered
  8. A condition regarded to psychological and emotional well-being.
  9. Severe emotions and feelings.
  10. Give you strength.
  11. Study of the Human mind.
  12. having an obligation over something.
  13. Upset and angry about something.
  14. Nervous and timid around other people.
  15. expressing distress and annoyance.
  16. Where people post online.
  17. The cause of physical pain and injury.
  18. Another word for irritated.
  19. enthusiastic and eager for something.
  20. Being cared for and liked by other people.
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  1. Bored or restlessly eager to do something.
  2. Another word for worry.
  3. Being in a good state.
  4. Main organ of your body and pumps blood.
  5. Mad and upset about something.
  6. sad because one has no friends or company.
  7. Kind of like faith.
  8. feeling, expressing, or causing a great happiness.
  9. What your skeleton is made from.
  10. Is the one Christianity believes in.
  11. feeling despair and having no faith.
  12. Hurting or abusing yourself.
  13. Upset and sorrowful.
  14. Scared/trembling.
  15. Not knowing where to go.
  16. having lost confidence or enthusiasm.
  17. Being free and away from anxiety or a long job.
  18. a way of hurting people physically and verbally.
  19. full of joy.
  20. Full of feelings.
  21. embarrassed or guilty because of someones actions.

41 Clues: full of joy.intense feelings.Scared/trembling.Full of feelings.Give you strength.Having othing leftKind of like faith.Upset and sorrowful.Being in a good state.Another word for worry.impatiant and UnoccupiedStudy of the Human mind.Not knowing where to go.Where people post online.Another word for irritated.Hurting or abusing yourself....

Mental Health 2022-05-09

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. - depression that many women experience when having to part with their child
  2. when a child has antisocial behavior
  3. fear of social situations
  4. disorder- depression that is caused by lack of sunlight (usually in the winter)
  5. a disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations and paranoia
  6. disorder- a mental illness that severely impacts a person's ability to regulate their emotions
  7. disorder- a disorder that causes a person to eat a lot in one sitting
  8. characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity
  9. a milder, but long-lasting form of depression
  10. episodes of extremely low moods that meet the criteria for major depression
  11. a mental condition in which people have an inflated sense of their own importance
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  1. anxiety caused by being in a social environment
  2. a disorder that cause people to not focus and to do things without thinking and unable to stay still
  3. the existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  4. fear of being in small spaces
  5. - excessive worry and tension even if there is little or nothing to provoke the anxiety
  6. a condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event
  7. a severe depression plus some form of psychosis
  8. - a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers sever physical reactions
  9. a disorder characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears that will lead to repetitive behaviors

20 Clues: fear of social situationsfear of being in small spaceswhen a child has antisocial behaviora milder, but long-lasting form of depressionanxiety caused by being in a social environmenta severe depression plus some form of psychosischaracterized by inattentiveness and impulsivitya condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event...

Mental Health 2022-05-09

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. An eating disorder causing people to obsess about weight and what they eat.
  2. A disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance.
  3. A low mood occurring for at least two years, along with at least two other symptoms of depression.
  4. When a person experiences extreme mood swings
  5. Characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity but NOT hyperactivity.
  6. A person that has been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder AND another mental health disorder.
  7. A mental health condition marked by a pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious.
  8. A disorder that causes delusions, hallucinations & paranoia. May produce multiple personalities
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  1. The existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalities
  2. Excessive and unrealistic worry & tension, even if there is little or nothing to provoke the anxiety
  3. A condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it.
  4. A mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life.
  5. When a person has severe depression plus some form of psychosis, such as having disturbing false fixed beliefs (delusions) or hearing or seeing upsetting things that others cannot hear or see (hallucinations).
  6. A major depression during pregnancy or after delivery
  7. When someone frequently consumes unusually large amounts of food and feels unable to stop eating
  8. A pattern of repeated drug or alcohol use that often interferes with health, work, or social relationships.
  9. An anxiety disorder characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead you to do repetitive behaviors (compulsions)
  10. Neurological disorder that causes a person to be inattentive (unable to focus), impulsive (do things without thinking), and hyperactivity (unable to sit still).
  11. A serious eating disorder marked by binging, followed by methods to avoid weight gain.
  12. A sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause

20 Clues: When a person experiences extreme mood swingsA major depression during pregnancy or after deliveryThe existence within a person of 2 or more distinct personalitiesA disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance.Characterized by inattentiveness and impulsivity but NOT hyperactivity....

MHD Crossword Joe 2022-05-09

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  1. It's a serious mental illness and should be treated as a medical emergency
  2. An eating disorder causing people to obsess about weight and what they eat.
  3. a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event
  4. type of behavior disorder. It is mostly diagnosed in childhood.
  5. an anxiety disorder characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear
  6. when a child has antisocial behavior
  7. A mild but long-term form of depression
  8. a serious mental disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally
  9. A mental health condition that affects the way a person thinks, perceives, and relates to others.
  10. A chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness.
  11. frequently consume unusually large amounts of food and feel unable to stop eating.
  12. defined by manic episodes that last at least 7 days,
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  1. A serious eating disorder marked by binging, followed by methods to avoid weight gain.
  2. mental health disorder that is marked by a combination of schizophrenia symptoms, such as hallucinations or delusions, and mood disorder symptoms, such as depression or mania
  3. Severe, ongoing anxiety that interferes with daily activities.
  4. mental health condition marked by a pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious.
  5. A mental health disorder characterized by disregard for other people.
  6. A chronic mental health condition in which social interactions cause irrational anxiety.
  7. A mental health disorder characterized by persistently depressed mood or loss of interest in activities, causing significant impairment in daily life.
  8. a mental illness that causes repeated unwanted thoughts or sensations

20 Clues: when a child has antisocial behaviorA mild but long-term form of depressiondefined by manic episodes that last at least 7 days,Severe, ongoing anxiety that interferes with daily activities.type of behavior disorder. It is mostly diagnosed in childhood.a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event...

Mental Health 2013-11-22

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. the feeling of being very worried about something
  2. to try to cure an illness or injury by using drugs, hospital care, operations etc.
  3. relating to treatment or hospitals; medical
  4. ADHD
  5. lack of strength, power, or influence
  6. more than usual; too much
  7. a medical condition that makes you very unhappy and anxious and often prevents you from living a normal life
  8. to spend time with other people in a friendly way
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  1. the physical and mental strength that makes you able to do things
  2. relating to the health or state of someone's mind
  3. the ability to think about something carefully or for a long time
  4. a mental disorder marked by alternating periods of elation and depression
  5. a mental or physical illness which prevents part of your body from working properly
  6. the difference between the amount of something that you have and the higher amount that you need
  7. to move far away from someone
  8. to know who someone is or what something is, because you have seen, heard, experienced, or learned about them in the past
  9. a serious mental illness in which someone's thoughts and feelings are not based on what is really happening around them
  10. the limits within which amounts, quantities, ages etc vary
  11. to improve something
  12. something makes you worry a lot

20 Clues: ADHDto improve somethingmore than usual; too muchto move far away from someonesomething makes you worry a lotlack of strength, power, or influencerelating to treatment or hospitals; medicalrelating to the health or state of someone's mindthe feeling of being very worried about somethingto spend time with other people in a friendly way...

Mental Health 2014-02-20

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  1. Persistent, irrational, exaggerated and invariably pathological dread of some specific type of stimulus or situation
  2. Fixed false belief
  3. anxiety about being in a situation or place from which escape may be difficult
  4. Misinterpretation and misperception of externally real stimuli
  5. A subjective sense of being unreal, strange or unfamiliar to oneself
  6. Ability of the individual to understand the true cause and meaning of a situation
  7. The experience of sensing, interpreting and comprehending the world
  8. Inability to have gaol directed associations of thought
  9. a range of illnesses, in which there are disturbances of mood into both depression and elation
  10. Loss of motivation or drive
  11. extreme mood elevation or irritability
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  1. A behaviour that, if resisted produces anxiety
  2. A defence coping mechanism that protects the self from a threatening awareness of uncomfortable feelings by denying their existence in awareness
  3. False sensory perception not associated with real external stimuli, which can involve all senses
  4. Pathological persistence or an irresistible thought or feeling that cannot be eliminated from consciousness by logical effort
  5. Indirect speech that is delayed in reaching the point but eventually gets from original point to the desired goal
  6. Temporary clouding of consciousness. Bewildered, restless, confused, disorientated reaction to an organic illness
  7. the loss of contact with reality, delusions & hallucinations
  8. The symptoms and signs that proceed the start of an illness
  9. Unstable; characterised by rapid change. It is often used with reference to emotions

20 Clues: Fixed false beliefLoss of motivation or driveextreme mood elevation or irritabilityA behaviour that, if resisted produces anxietyInability to have gaol directed associations of thoughtThe symptoms and signs that proceed the start of an illnessthe loss of contact with reality, delusions & hallucinations...

Mental Health 2014-03-18

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  1. Often seen before a suicide attempt
  2. Abuse like Punching or kicking a child
  3. A serious stress-related condition
  4. System that is weaken by constant stress
  5. Not providing basic needs of a child
  6. Body image problem. Self-starvation
  7. People who have to report abuse
  8. Can't sit still and/or trouble focusing
  9. Extreme Mood swings
  10. People with schizophrenia claim to hear these
  11. A reaction to traumatic stressful event
  12. Extreme headaches often caused by stress
  13. Preforming repeated tasks
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  1. Abuse by verbal constant insults
  2. Irrational fears
  3. A great method to deal with stress
  4. An Organization that protects against child abuse
  5. The body’s response to a stressor
  6. Body image problem. Eating then purging
  7. Usually increases during the fight/flight response
  8. Loss touch with reality
  9. The most common mental illness
  10. Effects cognitive or Social function of a person
  11. A physical or Mental craving for something
  12. Inappropriate contact/touching of a child
  13. Trouble focusing

26 Clues: Irrational fearsTrouble focusingExtreme Mood swingsLoss touch with realityPreforming repeated tasksThe most common mental illnessPeople who have to report abuseAbuse by verbal constant insultsThe body’s response to a stressorA great method to deal with stressA serious stress-related conditionOften seen before a suicide attempt...

Mental Health 2018-04-24

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Adult dose IV injection 200mcg over 15 seconds then 100mcg every 1 minute if required for benzo overdose
  2. Tricyclic antidepressants may cause urinary retention, dry mouth, lethargy/drowsiness and -
  3. Drug treatments for PTSD should not be used as a routine first-line treatment for adults. If drug treatment is used then paroxetine or ________ are recommended
  4. A young woman takes a paracetamol overdose after splitting with her boyfriend. Two days later she is in a new relationship which is troubled by her repeated outbursts of anger. Personality disorder.
  5. A woman presents to her male family doctor wearing a low-cut top and a short skirt. She tries to flirt with the doctor. The consultation is filled with drama and she becomes annoyed with the centre of attention shifts from her. Personality disorder.
  6. May be helpful in the initial stages of treatment for behavioural disturbances or agitation. Not for long term use as risk of dependence. An example is midazolam
  7. Syndrome; An elderly man with a history of macular degeneration presents with visual hallucinations but reports no other psychiatric symptoms
  8. All 3 of the following features must be present for a diagnosis to be made; global impairment of language and communication; impairment of social relationships; ritualistic and compulsive phenomena
  9. The most common cause of admissions to child and adolescent psychiatric wards. Diagnosis is now based on the DSM 5 criteria
  10. Antipsychotic drugs are also known as -
  11. Indicated for status epilepticus, short-term anxiety, short-term insomnia associated with anxiety, acute panic attacks, and conscious sedation. Dose ranges 1-4mg
  12. May cause dry mouth, blurred vision, impaired glucose tolerance, akathisia, urinary retention, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, and extra-pyramidal side effects.
  13. DISORDER Examples include GAD, panic disorders, OCD, PTSD and adjustment disorders
  14. Adult dose by IV injection, subcut or IM; 400mcg initially to treat opioid overdose
  15. A man asks for help with social anxiety. He prefers to be alone and doesn't like to share his beliefs, which other people think are odd. He has a strong interest in the paranormal and talks in an high-pitched voice when talking about his 'spirit-guide'. Personality disorder.
Down
  1. First generation antipsychotics act predominantly by blocking dopamine D2 receptors in the brain - this can lead to extra-pyramidal side-effects. Examples include chlorpromazine and _________
  2. Correction of acidosis with IV ______ is the first line in management of tricyclic induced arrhythmias and seizures
  3. Tricyclic antidepressant
  4. Toxicity includes coarse tremor, hyperreflexia, acute confusion, seizure, coma
  5. The strongest risk factor for developing a psychotic disorder (including schizophrenia)
  6. Antipsychotics may cause increased risk of -
  7. Same class of drug as carbamazepine
  8. One of the main causes of non-adherence to antipsychotic medications
  9. Lithium remains the mood stabilizer of choice for bipolar. An alternative is -
  10. Disorder; A middle-aged man with a history of depression presents with multiple unrelated physical symptoms over the past 5 years
  11. Antipsychotic drugs like olanazapine, quetiapine, and _______ are useful in acute episodes of mania. If response is inadequate, lithium or valporate may be added
  12. Treatment of choice for Generalised Anxiety Disorder
  13. SNRIs are very similar in action to SSRIs, but they act on noradrenaline as well as serotonin. They're sometimes preferred for treating more severe depression and anxiety. Examples include duloxetine and _______
  14. In overdose use N-acetylcycteine
  15. SSRIs work by blocking the reuptake of serotonin into the nerve cell that released it, which prolongs its action in the brain. Examples include escitalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline and ______
  16. Diagnosed in about 5% of American children, and in the UK, where the term hyperkinetic syndrome is preferred, only 0.1% are diagnosed

31 Clues: Tricyclic antidepressantIn overdose use N-acetylcycteineSame class of drug as carbamazepineAntipsychotic drugs are also known as -Antipsychotics may cause increased risk of -Treatment of choice for Generalised Anxiety DisorderOne of the main causes of non-adherence to antipsychotic medications...

Mental Health 2018-04-24

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Antipsychotic drugs like olanazapine, quetiapine, and _______ are useful in acute episodes of mania. If response is inadequate, lithium or valporate may be added
  2. SSRIs work by blocking the reuptake of serotonin into the nerve cell that released it, which prolongs its action in the brain. Examples include escitalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline and ______
  3. May be helpful in the initial stages of treatment for behavioural disturbances or agitation. Not for long term use as risk of dependence. An example is midazolam
  4. In overdose use N-acetylcycteine
  5. A woman presents to her male family doctor wearing a low-cut top and a short skirt. She tries to flirt with the doctor. The consultation is filled with drama and she becomes annoyed with the centre of attention shifts from her. Personality disorder.
  6. One of the main causes of non-adherence to antipsychotic medications
  7. Diagnosed in about 5% of American children, and in the UK, where the term hyperkinetic syndrome is preferred, only 0.1% are diagnosed
  8. Adult dose IV injection 200mcg over 15 seconds then 100mcg every 1 minute if required for benzo overdose
  9. A man asks for help with social anxiety. He prefers to be alone and doesn't like to share his beliefs, which other people think are odd. He has a strong interest in the paranormal and talks in an high-pitched voice when talking about his 'spirit-guide'. Personality disorder.
  10. Drug treatments for PTSD should not be used as a routine first-line treatment for adults. If drug treatment is used then paroxetine or ________ are recommended
  11. Antipsychotic drugs are also known as -
  12. Tricyclic antidepressant
  13. Treatment of choice for Generalised Anxiety Disorder
  14. Same class of drug as carbamazepine
Down
  1. All 3 of the following features must be present for a diagnosis to be made; global impairment of language and communication; impairment of social relationships; ritualistic and compulsive phenomena
  2. SNRIs are very similar in action to SSRIs, but they act on noradrenaline as well as serotonin. They're sometimes preferred for treating more severe depression and anxiety. Examples include duloxetine and _______
  3. The most common cause of admissions to child and adolescent psychiatric wards. Diagnosis is now based on the DSM 5 criteria
  4. Lithium remains the mood stabilizer of choice for bipolar. An alternative is -
  5. May cause dry mouth, blurred vision, impaired glucose tolerance, akathisia, urinary retention, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, and extra-pyramidal side effects
  6. A young woman takes a paracetamol overdose after splitting with her boyfriend. Two days later she is in a new relationship which is troubled by her repeated outbursts of anger. Personality disorder.
  7. Syndrome; An elderly man with a history of macular degeneration presents with visual hallucinations but reports no other psychiatric symptoms
  8. The strongest risk factor for developing a psychotic disorder (including schizophrenia)
  9. Correction of acidosis with IV ______ is the first line in management of tricyclic induced arrhythmias and seizures
  10. Tricyclic antidepressants may cause urinary retention, dry mouth, lethargy/drowsiness and -
  11. First generation antipsychotics act predominantly by blocking dopamine D2 receptors in the brain - this can lead to extra-pyramidal side-effects. Examples include chlorpromazine and _________
  12. Indicated for status epilepticus, short-term anxiety, short-term insomnia associated with anxiety, acute panic attacks, and conscious sedation. Dose ranges 1-4mg
  13. Toxicity includes coarse tremor, hyperreflexia, acute confusion, seizure, coma
  14. Adult dose by IV injection, subcut or IM; 400mcg initially to treat opioid overdose
  15. - Disorder. Examples include GAD, panic disorders, OCD, PTSD and adjustment disorders

29 Clues: Tricyclic antidepressantIn overdose use N-acetylcycteineSame class of drug as carbamazepineAntipsychotic drugs are also known as -Treatment of choice for Generalised Anxiety DisorderOne of the main causes of non-adherence to antipsychotic medicationsLithium remains the mood stabilizer of choice for bipolar. An alternative is -...

Mental Health 2019-11-03

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. Hoarding falls under this class of disorder
  2. Not caring about anything
  3. Social disapproval of actions/or a way of being against cultural norms
  4. Passive preoccupation with suicidal thoughts
  5. Form of anti-psychotic medication
  6. Latin for market place & a common phobia
  7. One aspect of Dual Diagnosis
  8. Dysthymia is in this category of disorder
  9. Focus on physical symptoms when feeling distressed
  10. Un-addressed trauma can develop into this disorder
  11. Dementia effects the _____________.
  12. Can't sleep, can't fall asleep, can't stay asleep...
  13. Mood state at the other end of Bipolar Disorder
  14. Presence of more than one disorder at the same time
  15. Sudden state of severe confusion
  16. Treating the whole rather than its parts
  17. Common treatment for Personality Disturbances
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  1. Innate ability to withstand stress & adverse events
  2. Mood instability: laughing one minute, crying the next
  3. Situation where significant problem can't be solved by familiar coping strategies.
  4. Hallucination only I can hear...
  5. Altered state of being split from reality of what's happening
  6. Category of Self Harm Behaviour
  7. Psychosis with no determined or diagnosed cause (for short)
  8. "First Rule" of working with people
  9. MMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...
  10. addictive meds commonly prescribed for anxiety typically end with these 3 letters (hint, also a girls name)
  11. A less severe form of mania is __________mania
  12. Mood state at one end of bipolar disorder
  13. One aspect of Concurrent Disorder
  14. Primary stress hormone
  15. Excessive hand washing or checking things over & over are symptoms of...(for short)
  16. Recommended therapy for depression & anxiety (for short)

33 Clues: Primary stress hormoneNot caring about anythingOne aspect of Dual DiagnosisMMS, OCAN & GAIN-SS are all...Category of Self Harm BehaviourHallucination only I can hear...Sudden state of severe confusionForm of anti-psychotic medicationOne aspect of Concurrent Disorder"First Rule" of working with peopleDementia effects the _____________....

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

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  1. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members
  2. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  3. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  4. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  5. where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  6. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  7. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  8. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  9. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  10. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  11. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  12. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  13. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
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  1. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  2. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by
  3. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  4. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  5. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  6. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  7. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  8. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  9. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  10. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  11. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  12. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  13. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders

26 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorwhere their meanings and motivations are coming fromcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

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  1. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  2. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  3. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  4. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  5. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  6. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  7. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  8. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  9. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  10. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  11. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  12. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  13. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  14. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
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  1. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  2. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  3. where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  4. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  5. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by
  6. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  7. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  8. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members
  9. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  10. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  11. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  12. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event

26 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorwhere their meanings and motivations are coming fromcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

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  1. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  2. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  3. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  4. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  5. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  6. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  7. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  8. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  9. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  10. where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  11. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  12. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  13. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
Down
  1. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by
  2. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing
  3. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  4. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  5. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  6. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  7. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  8. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  9. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  10. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  11. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  12. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  13. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation

26 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorwhere their meanings and motivations are coming fromcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression...

MENTAL HEALTH 2020-09-16

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  1. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  2. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  3. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  4. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  5. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  6. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  7. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  8. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  9. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  10. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  11. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
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  1. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  2. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  3. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  4. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  5. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing and receiving feedback/support from group members.
  6. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  7. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  8. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  9. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias
  10. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  11. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  12. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  13. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  14. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something

25 Clues: disorders that affect mood, thinking and behaviorcategory of mental illness that includes schizophreniacategory of mental illness that includes adhd and autismthe approximate number of classified forms of mental illnessinvolves one or more episodes of serious mania and depressioncategory of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias...

Mental health 2021-08-06

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  1. Talking about it can save lives.
  2. We do it to express ourselves, to confide in others and to break
  3. A sense of a person’s worth; it is a deeper value than mere
  4. and without judgment.
  5. Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.
  6. Essential ingredient for good mental health. A lack of it causes several
  7. A process in which a person learns to live harmoniously in society.
  8. Doing this helps release endorphins, the hormones that make you
  9. An exercise that suggests paying attention to the present moment
  10. Fulfilling activities in which we should indulge during our free time,
  11. health effects.
  12. Listening to this can relax and energize you.
  13. A specialist who offers you the chance to talk about yourself and what
  14. Protects mental health when done in a justified, sincere and timely
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  1. Ensuring a healthy this contributes to good mental health.
  2. The act of helping, defending, protecting. To be offered to your loved
  3. without keeping tabs.
  4. to someone who is suffering.
  5. A state of mental disorder caused by a fear of real or imagined
  6. Experiencing it over a long period affects your health.
  7. There must be this between work and personal life.
  8. Hearing, considering, paying attention to. The most beautiful gift to
  9. because it is free of all hypocrisy.
  10. Asking for it promptly may prevent worsening of symptoms.
  11. A feeling of isolation that greatly affect mental health, especially
  12. An individual's ability to bounce back, to make a fresh start.
  13. you without judgment.
  14. a pandemic.
  15. to our personal interests.
  16. Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant.

30 Clues: a pandemic.health effects.without keeping tabs.and without judgment.you without judgment.to our personal interests.to someone who is suffering.Talking about it can save lives.because it is free of all hypocrisy.Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.Listening to this can relax and energize you.Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant....

Mental Health 2021-08-05

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  1. The act of helping, defending, protecting. To be offered to your loved ones without keeping tabs.
  2. We do it to express ourselves, to confide in others and to break taboos.
  3. Fulfilling activities in which we should indulge during our free time, according to our personal interests.
  4. Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant.
  5. Protects mental health when done in a justified, sincere and timely manner.
  6. A sense of a person’s worth; it is a deeper value than mere politeness, because it is free of all hypocrisy.
  7. An individual's ability to bounce back, to make a fresh start.
  8. Asking for it promptly may prevent worsening of symptoms.
  9. Talking about it can save lives.
  10. Ensuring a healthy this contributes to good mental health.
  11. There must be this between work and personal life.
  12. A feeling of isolation that greatly affect mental health, especially during a pandemic.
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  1. Essential ingredient for good mental health. A lack of it causes several adverse health effects.
  2. Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.
  3. Hearing, considering, paying attention to. The most beautiful gift to offer to someone who is suffering.
  4. Doing this helps release endorphins, the hormones that make you happy.
  5. A process in which a person learns to live harmoniously in society.
  6. An exercise that suggests paying attention to the present moment voluntarily and without judgment.
  7. A specialist who offers you the chance to talk about yourself and what affects you without judgment.
  8. Experiencing it over a long period affects your health.
  9. Listening to this can relax and energize you.
  10. A state of mental disorder caused by a fear of real or imagined danger.

22 Clues: Talking about it can save lives.Feeling of complete fulfillment and joy.Listening to this can relax and energize you.Used in a beverage, this can act as a depressant.There must be this between work and personal life.Experiencing it over a long period affects your health.Asking for it promptly may prevent worsening of symptoms....

Mental Health 2021-12-07

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  1. Mania of happy and depressed.
  2. Am i being watched?
  3. Only in winter.
  4. Addiction to drink
  5. Complicated, related to psychosis.
  6. Can't cope
  7. Being by ones self.
  8. an unusual type of self-harm
  9. Stressful or frightnening events
  10. Being stuck in a pattern.
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  1. Intentionally damaging oneself.
  2. A state we all enter.
  3. Irrational Fear
  4. After birth.
  5. Looks like a panic attack.
  6. Had enough, ready to end.
  7. Post stressful events
  8. Constantly collecting.
  9. communication skill
  10. Unable to control oneself.
  11. understanding someones feelings
  12. feeling sorry for someone

22 Clues: Can't copeAfter birth.Irrational FearOnly in winter.Addiction to drinkAm i being watched?communication skillBeing by ones self.A state we all enter.Post stressful eventsConstantly collecting.Had enough, ready to end.feeling sorry for someoneBeing stuck in a pattern.Looks like a panic attack.Unable to control oneself.an unusual type of self-harm...

Mental Health 2017-06-19

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  1. Great difficulty staying focused
  2. The _____ cortex is often the latest part of brain to mature
  3. May be a barrier to get help for mental illness
  4. What refers to negative attitudes to those with mental illness
  5. Stigma becomes a barrier to ______ and treatment
  6. Related to poor body image
  7. Those with this disablity have trouble learning
  8. Mental illnesses often come from the parents making them ______
  9. Pleasure neurotransmitter
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  1. ongoing pattern of uncooperation to people in authority
  2. Who is it up to to identify a mental health concern
  3. An example of a biological illness is abnormal levels of ______
  4. Happy neurotransmitter
  5. 3.2% of _____ children have a learning disability
  6. Specific learning disability in reading
  7. Constant state of worry; most common
  8. Most common type of ADHD
  9. Mood disorder
  10. Setting ____ term goals will help a child suffering from ADHD

19 Clues: Mood disorderHappy neurotransmitterMost common type of ADHDPleasure neurotransmitterRelated to poor body imageGreat difficulty staying focusedConstant state of worry; most commonSpecific learning disability in readingMay be a barrier to get help for mental illnessThose with this disablity have trouble learning...

Mental Health 2022-05-06

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  1. compulsive disorder is a common, chronic, and long-lasting disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and/or behaviors (compulsions) that he or she feels the urge to repeat over and over.
  2. personality disorder a mental disorder in which a person consistently shows no regard for right and wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others.
  3. a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome
  4. personality disorder a mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life.
  5. a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.
  6. disorder an anxiety disorder characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by physical symptoms that may include chest pain, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, or abdominal distress.
  7. to distract themselves from uncomfortable feelings.
  8. personality disorder a mental health condition marked by a pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious
  9. psychosiscan include high mood (mania), depression, confusion, hallucinations and delusions
  10. disorder a mental health disorder that is marked by a combination of schizophrenia symptoms, such as hallucinations or delusions, and mood disorder symptoms, such as depression or mania.
Down
  1. is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event.
  2. defiant disorder It is mostly diagnosed in childhood. Children with ODD are uncooperative, defiant, and hostile toward peers, parents, teachers, and other authority figures.
  3. s a common, chronic, and long-lasting disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and/or behaviors (compulsions) that he or she feels the urge to repeat over and over.
  4. personality disorder an uncommon condition in which people avoid social activities and consistently shy away from interaction with others
  5. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.
  6. a problem of not being able to focus, being overactive, not being able to control behavior, or a combination of these.
  7. nervosa a psychological eating disorder in which you have episodes of binge eating (consuming a large quantity of food in one sitting).
  8. a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury and marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning.
  9. when a child has antisocial behavior.
  10. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.

20 Clues: when a child has antisocial behavior.to distract themselves from uncomfortable feelings.a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.psychosiscan include high mood (mania), depression, confusion, hallucinations and delusions...

Happy, Healthy & Connected 2020-12-03

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  1. 1 in 5 people struggle with their ________ health.
  2. Always try to eat ________ foods.
  3. They say to kill your enemies with __________!
  4. Try to get at least 8 hours of _________ every night.
  5. Talk about your _______________.
  6. Live, _________, and Love!
  7. ____________ means being there for a person when they need it the most.
  8. Get involved with your community mental health by _______ awareness.
  9. Staying _________ with lots of fluids is good for your mental health.
  10. Train your ________ to stay positive.
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  1. Make sure to take _____ for yourself everyday.
  2. Do a random act of ____________.
  3. ___________ both big and small achievements.
  4. Try to reduce the ________ that comes with the words "mental health."
  5. Instead of talking, try _________ with intent.
  6. Ask for _______ when you need it.
  7. It is important to have ways to relieve _______ in your life.
  8. When you are feeling overwhelmed, take a ________.
  9. Friends and ________ keep you grounded.
  10. A common mental health mood disorder is ________.
  11. Physical ___________ is good for your brain.

21 Clues: Live, _________, and Love!Do a random act of ____________.Talk about your _______________.Always try to eat ________ foods.Ask for _______ when you need it.Train your ________ to stay positive.Friends and ________ keep you grounded.___________ both big and small achievements.Physical ___________ is good for your brain....

Mental Health 2015-06-11

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  1. /false belief held in spite of invalidating evidence (religion and environment).
  2. /persistent or irrational fear of specific object, activity or situation.
  3. /fear of being contaminated by germs or dirt or contaminating others.
  4. /false or distorted sensory experiences that appear to be real. They are generated by the mind rather than external stimuli and may be seen, heard, tasted, smelled or felt.
  5. /chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury & marked by memory disorders, personality changes and impaired reasoning.
  6. /long-term mental disorder of a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion & behaviour.
  7. /Severe mental illness due to damage to brain from poisoning, alcoholism and disease. (1. UTI, drug induced or alcohol, and 2. Brain damage, Alzheimer’s or stroke)
  8. /temporary or long-term memory loss may be result of bilateral brain damage to parts of brain (storage, processing, or recall).
  9. /acutely disturbed state of mind characterized by restlessness, illusions & incoherence due to fever, intoxication & other disorders.
  10. /complete or partial loss of muscle movement.
  11. /unpleasant cyco-motor state of extreme arousal, they may feel stirred up, excited, tense, confused, or irritable.
Down
  1. /severe emotional disorder due to personal derangement and loss of ability to function in reality. (1. Schizophrenia= hallucinations, 2. Bi-polar= delusions)
  2. /symptoms include difficulty concentrating, depressed moods and withdrawal from family and friends.
  3. /repression of ideas or emotion to prevent it obstructing into consciousness.
  4. /intense feeling of elation or well-being which is exaggerated.
  5. /re-experience traumatic events (dreaming).
  6. /filling of gaps in memory by telling imaginary experiences, info or details.
  7. /involuntary movements and prolonged muscle contractions (tremors & abnormal posture).
  8. /sudden attacks of fear, nervousness and physical symptoms such as sweating and racing heart.

19 Clues: /re-experience traumatic events (dreaming)./complete or partial loss of muscle movement./intense feeling of elation or well-being which is exaggerated./fear of being contaminated by germs or dirt or contaminating others./persistent or irrational fear of specific object, activity or situation....

Mental Health 2020-09-29

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  1. an anxiety reaction that feels like a heart attack
  2. an irrational fear to something
  3. the most common mental health disorder is major ______
  4. suicide is a permanent solution to a _____ problem
  5. stress disorder following a traumatic event
  6. when the body reacts to stress by not being able to move
  7. 1-800-_________ is a helpline
  8. making one of these can help you stay focused on what you want to achieve in life
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  1. nervousness or excitement about what might happen
  2. when the body reacts to a stress with speed
  3. Another word for anxiety
  4. depression disorder sometimes experiences by new moms
  5. an anxiety disorder in which a person won't let anything go
  6. anything that causes stress
  7. bad causes of stress
  8. when the body reacts to a stress with strength
  9. the ability to bounce back after a hardship or stress
  10. good causes of stress
  11. an anxiety disorder with invasive thoughts and rituals

19 Clues: bad causes of stressgood causes of stressAnother word for anxietyanything that causes stress1-800-_________ is a helplinean irrational fear to somethingwhen the body reacts to a stress with speedstress disorder following a traumatic eventwhen the body reacts to a stress with strengthnervousness or excitement about what might happen...

Mental Health 2020-11-04

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  1. Use and abuse of drugs and alcohol.
  2. The fearful anticipation of further danger or problems accompanied by an intense unpleasant feeling or physical symptoms
  3. A repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior among teenagers in which they violate the rights of others
  4. an often persistent bodily disorder or disease
  5. shielding (or designed to shield) against harm or discomfort
  6. Provides mental health services for the prevention of individuals.
  7. A type of mood disorder characterized by low or irritable mood or loss of interest or pleasure in almost all activities over a period of time.
  8. Unhealthy pattern of eating characterized by preoccupation with food and distorted body image.
  9. Disorder of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
  10. of or relating to or caused by a poison
  11. Teenage sexual abuse occurs when an adolescent is used for gratification of an adult’s sexual needs or desires.
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  1. A type of mood disorder with marked changes in mood between extreme elation or happiness and severe depression during adolescence.
  2. A trained professional who provides treatment to children with mental health issues.
  3. mental or emotional as opposed to physical in nature
  4. (EBP) comprises empirically-validated processes that facilitate the conscientious
  5. a disability of a person which is attributable to a condition closely related to mental retardation
  6. experiences a tramatic event.
  7. A neuro-developmental condition which is usually diagnosed in the first 3 years of life.
  8. in your mind

19 Clues: in your mindexperiences a tramatic event.Use and abuse of drugs and alcohol.of or relating to or caused by a poisonDisorder of thinking, feeling, and behaving.an often persistent bodily disorder or diseasemental or emotional as opposed to physical in natureshielding (or designed to shield) against harm or discomfort...

Mental Health 2021-09-10

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  1. A group of emotions
  2. The state of not being able to do something
  3. The state of being happy
  4. Your body's natural response to stress
  5. the feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something
  6. A state of being sick
  7. The ages from 13-19
  8. The state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy
  9. Feeling free, open and alive
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  1. feeling or showing regret
  2. Feeling sad and not knowing what to do.
  3. A state of confusion
  4. An addictive drink
  5. websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking
  6. a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility
  7. The condition or quality of being sad
  8. A person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-being
  9. An addictive substance
  10. The condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death

19 Clues: An addictive drinkA group of emotionsThe ages from 13-19A state of confusionA state of being sickAn addictive substanceThe state of being happyfeeling or showing regretFeeling free, open and aliveThe condition or quality of being sadYour body's natural response to stressFeeling sad and not knowing what to do....

Mental Health 2022-05-06

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  1. compulsive disorder is a common, chronic, and long-lasting disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and/or behaviors (compulsions) that he or she feels the urge to repeat over and over.
  2. personality disorder a mental disorder in which a person consistently shows no regard for right and wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others.
  3. a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome
  4. personality disorder a mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life.
  5. a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation.
  6. disorder an anxiety disorder characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by physical symptoms that may include chest pain, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, or abdominal distress.
  7. to distract themselves from uncomfortable feelings.
  8. personality disorder a mental health condition marked by a pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious
  9. psychosiscan include high mood (mania), depression, confusion, hallucinations and delusions
  10. disorder a mental health disorder that is marked by a combination of schizophrenia symptoms, such as hallucinations or delusions, and mood disorder symptoms, such as depression or mania.
Down
  1. is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event.
  2. defiant disorder It is mostly diagnosed in childhood. Children with ODD are uncooperative, defiant, and hostile toward peers, parents, teachers, and other authority figures.
  3. s a common, chronic, and long-lasting disorder in which a person has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and/or behaviors (compulsions) that he or she feels the urge to repeat over and over.
  4. personality disorder an uncommon condition in which people avoid social activities and consistently shy away from interaction with others
  5. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.
  6. a problem of not being able to focus, being overactive, not being able to control behavior, or a combination of these.
  7. nervosa a psychological eating disorder in which you have episodes of binge eating (consuming a large quantity of food in one sitting).
  8. a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury and marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning.
  9. when a child has antisocial behavior.
  10. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.

20 Clues: when a child has antisocial behavior.to distract themselves from uncomfortable feelings.a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.psychosiscan include high mood (mania), depression, confusion, hallucinations and delusions...

Mental Health 2020-12-06

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  1. a new method, idea, product, etc
  2. a sovereign state in Oceania
  3. A Subsidiary of Stulz
  4. one of the most developed economies in the Pacific through its abundant forest, mineral, and fish resources
  5. uninterruptible power supply
  6. consistently good in quality or performance; able to be trusted
  7. provider of UPS Solutions
  8. an apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air for cooling or ventilation
  9. a complex combination of a person's physical, mental, emotional and social health factor
  10. who do you work for
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  1. having the effect of making something less warm or hot
  2. careful thought, typically over a period of time
  3. Rack and Containment solutions
  4. facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis
  5. concerned with the principles of right and wrong behaviour
  6. the ability to understand and share the feelings of another
  7. an advantage or profit gained from something
  8. the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles
  9. an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consitisting of two main land masses

19 Clues: who do you work forA Subsidiary of Stulzprovider of UPS Solutionsa sovereign state in Oceaniauninterruptible power supplyRack and Containment solutionsa new method, idea, product, etcan advantage or profit gained from somethingcareful thought, typically over a period of timehaving the effect of making something less warm or hot...

Mental Health 2021-03-31

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  1. constant sense of worry and fear
  2. refusal to accept anything but perfection
  3. caused by severe trauma
  4. ability to recognize other's feelings
  5. binging and purging
  6. ability to understand how someone feels
  7. seeing and hearing things that aren't real
  8. fear of gaining weight
  9. good stress
  10. mania and depression
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  1. binging followed by depression
  2. many severe and brief panic attacks
  3. justifying your own bad behavior/attitude
  4. ability to recover from difficulties
  5. physical illness caused by stress
  6. extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain
  7. anything that causes stress
  8. pushing your feelings off onto someone else
  9. persistent thoughts and repetitive behaviors

19 Clues: good stressbinging and purgingmania and depressionfear of gaining weightcaused by severe traumaanything that causes stressbinging followed by depressionconstant sense of worry and fearextreme anxiety, sorrow, or painphysical illness caused by stressmany severe and brief panic attacksability to recover from difficulties...

Mental Health Review 2018-04-09

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  1. Irrational fears that prevent a person from living a normal life
  2. Legal and illegal _____ can affect a person's mental health
  3. Relationships between people who are not related, but share interests and values
  4. The _____ of your food has a large effect on your overall mental and physical health
  5. People who are too assertive
  6. People become more involved with their own relationships and mental health as they become _______
  7. Relationships between people who are related
  8. forceful and confident behaviour
  9. The umbrella of a person's feelings towards possible romantic partners, their orientation, and gender
  10. Mental health issues that are treated by medical experts are called _____ mental disorders
  11. Fear or dislike of homosexual or other sexual orientations
  12. The first major relationship people have as children is with their ______
  13. Prejudice against women based on the belief they are not equal to men
  14. People with mental health issues often face ____ in the community, due to lack of knowledge of what their issues entail
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  1. people who show an appropriate level of assertiveness
  2. This form of bullying has increased over the past 10 years, due to mobile phones being used by younger people
  3. Relationships between people at their work, or at school
  4. Sexual relationships must contain ____ from both people before they begin
  5. Fear of people based on their heritage, skin colour or culture
  6. The most common mood disorder, characterised by intense sadness over a long period of time
  7. People who receive less than six hours of _____ are at a higher risk of having a mental health issue
  8. Relationships that are intimate (usually a boy/girlfriend, husband or wife, etc.)
  9. People can always find _____ about mental health and relationships from family and school
  10. _____ can have mental health issue during their life
  11. Relationships all need ______ and openness in order to build trust and foster communication
  12. People who are not assertive enough

26 Clues: People who are too assertiveforceful and confident behaviourPeople who are not assertive enoughRelationships between people who are related_____ can have mental health issue during their lifepeople who show an appropriate level of assertivenessRelationships between people at their work, or at school...

Mental Health 2021-10-18

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  1. Second leading cause of death in college students
  2. Difficulty focusing on activities, hyperactivity
  3. Anxiety/fear of being observed
  4. Changing your perspective
  5. Well-being including openness to new experiences, hopefulness, and self-worth
  6. mysophobia
  7. recurrent, urgent behaviors
  8. Hostility
  9. common medication prescribed for anxiety or depression
  10. A response to an imaginary situation
  11. Experiencing periods of euphoria
  12. patterns of brain activity that respond to an experience
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  1. Mental strategies for avoiding unpleasant thoughts
  2. Stops breathing
  3. mild depression
  4. Seasonal affective disorder is caused by disturbed production of these
  5. Persistent thoughts
  6. Ophediophobia
  7. Occurs without warning

19 Clues: HostilitymysophobiaOphediophobiaStops breathingmild depressionPersistent thoughtsOccurs without warningChanging your perspectiverecurrent, urgent behaviorsAnxiety/fear of being observedExperiencing periods of euphoriaA response to an imaginary situationDifficulty focusing on activities, hyperactivitySecond leading cause of death in college students...

mental health 2022-05-19

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  1. trauma from something that happened
  2. extreme anger
  3. harming yourself
  4. nervous
  5. being harmed physically or verbally by someone
  6. hyperactivity- trouble focusing
  7. high highs, low lows
  8. over-using a substance
  9. eating too much
  10. things need to be a certain way
  11. binging and purging
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  1. not feeling safe
  2. less likely to be happy and often
  3. not eating
  4. intense amount
  5. seasonal depression disorder
  6. not very much
  7. intense fear
  8. being scarred

19 Clues: nervousnot eatingintense fearextreme angernot very muchbeing scarredintense amounteating too muchnot feeling safeharming yourselfbinging and purginghigh highs, low lowsover-using a substanceseasonal depression disorderhyperactivity- trouble focusingthings need to be a certain wayless likely to be happy and oftentrauma from something that happened...

Mental Health Awareness Crossword 2019-05-03

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  1. a diagnostic tool to help diagnose mental health disorders
  2. a state of good health, incorporating physical and mental well-being
  3. a broad term with different methods of effectively dealing with a difficult situation
  4. to make easier or less difficult; contribute to
  5. to provide advice and a source of communication
  6. taking care of one’s own wellbeing, especially during times of stress
  7. _______ illness is an umbrella term for wide range of mental health conditions that affect mood, thinking, and behavior
  8. _____ Hall houses R’Pantry, Case Management, and ethnic programs; across the HUB
  9. short-term positive stress that helps motivate
  10. act of causing one’s own death; comes with warning signs
  11. discrimination or ___ surrounding mental health
  12. physical activity that maintains fitness and well-being
  13. facility that “cultivates mental, physical, & social development through recreational services and programs”
  14. to take your mind off a stressful situation
  15. “curing;” restoration of oneself
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  1. the _________ is in the HUB that provides resources to benefit your wellness and overall health
  2. Negative stress
  3. a facility that provides tutoring, workshops, and writing support
  4. offering ___in a time of need
  5. a state of mind or specific mindset
  6. ____ Arches is a peer health group that focuses on topics of alcohol, drugs, safe partying, sexual health, and nutrition/fitness
  7. “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being & not merely the absence of disease”
  8. centering one’s awareness to the present moment
  9. a phrase of positive emotional encouragement
  10. provides 8 FREE individual or group counseling/therapy to UCR students
  11. our _____ are affected by moods, situations, and relationships with others
  12. _____ Management in Costo Hall assists students with a range of challenges: academic help, food insecurity, & mental health
  13. when the body is at rest; essential for daily function
  14. Provides emergency food, hygiene, household, and childcare items for children; Costo Hall 110
  15. a time of intense difficulty that may induce distress

30 Clues: Negative stressoffering ___in a time of need“curing;” restoration of oneselfa state of mind or specific mindsetto take your mind off a stressful situationa phrase of positive emotional encouragementshort-term positive stress that helps motivatecentering one’s awareness to the present momentto make easier or less difficult; contribute to...

Mental Health 2016-01-27

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  1. Is characterized by periods of depression and mania
  2. Term used for the "coming off" of medications
  3. Worst outcome for a mental health patient
  4. Used to treat seizures, but off label is used to tx bipolar disorder
  5. Used to treat schizophrenia
  6. MAOI's stand for
  7. Is the MSE used during clinicals
  8. Advanced tx that is shock therapy
  9. Auditory, gustatory, olfactory, tactile and visual make up this type of
  10. Prozac,paxil, zoloft, and celexa make up this drug classification
  11. Is major alcohol withdrawal
  12. Another common medication to treat schizophrenia
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  1. Another name for antipsychotics
  2. Another name for antimanics
  3. Medications that increase mood
  4. NMS stands for
  5. The name for when two medications work together
  6. Branch of medicine we are studying right now

18 Clues: NMS stands forMAOI's stand forAnother name for antimanicsUsed to treat schizophreniaIs major alcohol withdrawalMedications that increase moodAnother name for antipsychoticsIs the MSE used during clinicalsAdvanced tx that is shock therapyWorst outcome for a mental health patientBranch of medicine we are studying right now...

mental health 2022-05-27

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  1. direct your attention at something
  2. all, everything in general.
  3. worry
  4. a doctor (surgery or operation)
  5. support or argue for something or someone.
  6. resting day(2words without white space)
  7. a feeling of nervousness
  8. power or skill to do things.
  9. written description of a new law that is being suggested.
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  1. mental sadness
  2. make wise use of something or someone (3words without white space)
  3. cool down
  4. related to our bodies.
  5. resting day (2 words)
  6. the way a person acts. (adjective)
  7. very important , needs an immediate attention.
  8. very dangerous, very difficult situation.
  9. adjective form of "calm"
  10. the force that one thing can do for another thing.

19 Clues: worrycool downmental sadnessresting day (2 words)related to our bodies.adjective form of "calm"a feeling of nervousnessall, everything in general.power or skill to do things.a doctor (surgery or operation)direct your attention at somethingthe way a person acts. (adjective)resting day(2words without white space)...

Mental Health 2016-04-21

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  1. work in an organized and active way towards a goal
  2. illnesses that affect your mood, thinking and behavior
  3. the idea one has of one's abilities, appearance, and personality
  4. a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances
  5. a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest
  6. confidence in one's own worth or abilities
  7. a group consisting of two parents and their children living together as a unit
  8. a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances
  9. an emotional disorder characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat
  10. a person's mental or physical condition
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  1. relating to the mind
  2. having knowledge or perception of a situation or fact
  3. a condition of being addicted to a particular substance or activity
  4. a deeply distressing or disturbing experience
  5. treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder
  6. an emotional state or reaction
  7. deliberate injury to oneself
  8. a strong feeling deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others
  9. a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome

19 Clues: relating to the minddeliberate injury to oneselfan emotional state or reactiona person's mental or physical conditionconfidence in one's own worth or abilitiesa deeply distressing or disturbing experiencetreatment intended to relieve or heal a disorderwork in an organized and active way towards a goal...

Mental Health 2019-12-10

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  1. Overwhelming fear
  2. Not agitated
  3. Gradual Healing
  4. Continuous contemplation
  5. Feeling of dread
  6. Intense Joy
  7. Extreme Fatigue
  8. Giving helpful advice
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  1. A permanent state of worry
  2. Alert to your surroundings
  3. Expecting the best
  4. Expel air through the lungs
  5. Giving you body energy
  6. Intense Sorrow
  7. Feelings of gloom and inadequacy
  8. To treat an illness
  9. Mental Strain
  10. Health state of mind

18 Clues: Intense JoyNot agitatedMental StrainIntense SorrowGradual HealingExtreme FatigueFeeling of dreadOverwhelming fearExpecting the bestTo treat an illnessHealth state of mindGiving helpful adviceGiving you body energyContinuous contemplationA permanent state of worryAlert to your surroundingsExpel air through the lungsFeelings of gloom and inadequacy

mental health 2021-11-12

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  1. Masalah kesihatan mental boleh menyebabkan seseorang berasa ......
  2. Individu yang mengalami halusinasi, delusi, kekacauan pemikiran, serta perubahan tingkah laku dalam masa jangka yang panjang merujuk kepada ......
  3. Nasi,mee,roti dan sumber biji-bijiran dan ubi-ubian berada di aras?
  4. Jenis penyakit yang mana suatu kondisi di mana terdapat adanya gangguan pada jantung dan pembuluh darah.
  5. Memastikan pencapaian ...... dan kokurikulum terjamin.
  6. Punca stress berlaku adalah disebabkan kegagalan menguruskan ......
  7. Membaca sekilas lalu merupakan teknik pembelajaran yang ......
  8. Kita dapat menangani masalah tekanan atau stress melalui aktiviti ...... pada setiap petang untuk merehatkan minda.
  9. Salah satu daripada jenis fobia adalah seseorang yang mempunyai ketakutan yang luar biasa saat mendengar suara petir atau kilat yang dikenali sebagai ......
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  1. Masalah penyakit ...... ini seringkali menghadapi masalah tidak tidur pada waktu malam dan akan mengalami keletihan pada hari berikutnya.
  2. Sikap suka menangguhkan kerja dan gagal dalam menguruskan masa dengan baik menjadikan seseorang itu tidak ...... dalam kehidupan sehariannya.
  3. Cawangan perubatan berkenaan dengan diagnosis dan rawatan penyakit mental.
  4. Selain pengurusan masa, cara atau ...... belajar yang betul merupakan aspek penting.
  5. Antara cara mengamalkan gaya hidup sihat ialah dengan meminum ...... dengan secukupnya bagi membuang toksin dalam badan.
  6. Terdapat berapa aras di dalam piramid makanan?
  7. Menetapkan ....... untuk belajar atau melakukan kerja agar kehidupan lebih teratur dan tersusun.
  8. Gaya hidup sihat sangat penting diamalkan dalam kehidupan seharian kerana ia dapat mengekalkan kesihatan tubuh badan dan ...... yang cerdas.
  9. Memastikan tahap kesihatan mental sentiasa pada tahap yang ......

18 Clues: Terdapat berapa aras di dalam piramid makanan?Memastikan pencapaian ...... dan kokurikulum terjamin.Membaca sekilas lalu merupakan teknik pembelajaran yang ......Memastikan tahap kesihatan mental sentiasa pada tahap yang ......Masalah kesihatan mental boleh menyebabkan seseorang berasa .........

Mental Health 2014-07-15

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  1. Are deliberate behaviours (e.g. washing, checking, ordering) or mental acts (e.g. praying, counting, repeating phrases) that are carried out to reduce the anxiety caused by the obsessions
  2. A service offered to meet with this professional to assist individuals in coping with their mental health concerns or illnesses.
  3. Presents a serious barrier, not only to diagnosis and treatment but also to acceptance in the community
  4. Abbreviation for an anxiety disorder that affects about 1-2% of the population. People with OCD experience both obsessions and compulsions
  5. Refers to a wide range of mental health conditions — disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior. Examples include depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, eating disorders and addictive behaviors
  6. The second leading cause of death among those aged 10-19 in Canada
  7. A complex mental illness that affects a person's ability to distinguish what is reality and what is not. Delusions and hallucinations may be present with this illness
  8. One in _____ Canadians experience a mental health or addiction problem
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  1. An eating disorder characterized by immoderate food restriction, inappropriate eating habits or rituals, obsession with having a thin figure, and an irrational fear of weight gain, as well as a distorted body self-perception
  2. The most common mood disorder. A treatable mental illness involving changes in mood, thinking and behaviour. May experience feelings of hopelessness or loneliness and often withdraws from social activities
  3. A local multi-service agency consisting of counsellors who can provide physical, emotional, developmental and community services for children and youth who may be struggling with certain areas of their lives
  4. A person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-being
  5. Use of information technology to harm or harass other people in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner
  6. A local Red Lake service available to individuals greater than 12 years of age dealing with both addiction and mental health
  7. Anonymous free 24/7 telephone and internet service with live chat for talking to a counsellor about any personal problems 1-800-668-6868
  8. Deliberately causing physical harm to yourself, often done in secret. A way of coping with painful feelings
  9. May be prescribed by your family doctor to treat mental illnesses such as depression, OCD, or anxiety
  10. Are unwanted and disturbing thoughts, images, or impulses that suddenly pop into the mind and cause a great deal of anxiety or distress

18 Clues: The second leading cause of death among those aged 10-19 in CanadaOne in _____ Canadians experience a mental health or addiction problemA person’s condition with regard to their psychological and emotional well-beingMay be prescribed by your family doctor to treat mental illnesses such as depression, OCD, or anxiety...

Health Triangle 7th Grade 2020-08-25

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  1. Volunteering will also help you connect to new people in your _____.
  2. Bathe regularly and _____ your hands.
  3. How many sides does a triangle have?
  4. Initiate _____.
  5. Make time for activities that you enjoy.
  6. One of the best ways to make friends is to show interest in the other person.
  7. A full night's _____ can have several physical benefits.
  8. Some unhealthy foods include sodas, fried foods, _____ processed foods such as cookies and sweet cereals.
  9. The triangle's three sides each represent a side of your overall health:_____, mental and social.
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  1. Mental _____ refers to a range of mental health conditions.
  2. Just like you would check in with a _____, a mental health checkup can really help if you're feeling mental distress.
  3. Experts recommend getting 30 _____ of moderate to intense exercise four to five times a week.
  4. Eat a _____ diet.
  5. Stay _____.
  6. Practice deep breathing.
  7. _____ unhealthy foods.
  8. Take good care of your _____ and mental health.
  9. Brush your teeth in the morning and evening for 2 minutes each time.
  10. Social health often involves _____ of friends and family members who support us and care for us during the hard times.
  11. General guidelines suggest 9 to 13 _____ of water every day.
  12. Take good _____ of your skin.

21 Clues: Stay _____.Initiate _____.Eat a _____ diet._____ unhealthy foods.Practice deep breathing.Take good _____ of your skin.How many sides does a triangle have?Bathe regularly and _____ your hands.Make time for activities that you enjoy.Take good care of your _____ and mental health.A full night's _____ can have several physical benefits....

Creating Collaborative Partnerships 2022-09-22

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  1. How many mental health units does TWC have?
  2. When Housing outgrew Colima where did they relocate to?
  3. How many Parent Enrichment Sites do we have?
  4. Diego, Which housing staff left TWC and has returned?
  5. Sedano, Who is housing's amazing leader?
  6. What other rental program does housing provide
  7. Fe Springs, Where will TWC develop housing?
  8. Park, Where is the Safe Families Interm Housing Located
  9. What is the highest acuity mental health program at TWC?
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  1. What population does housing serve
  2. What City is Housings new facility located
  3. Health-, What was the first service provided by TWC?
  4. Besides therapists and case managers, what other service providers does Mental Health have?
  5. What class were our nutrition staff recently certified in?
  6. What is another word for therapist?
  7. 1, 2011, When did housing first begin at TWC
  8. What does FSC stand for
  9. How many certified school sites does TWC have to provide Mental Health Services In?
  10. Mental health's identified client is an individual, housing's identified client is a family, what is Nutrition's identified identified client?
  11. Educator, What is the name of the service providers in Parent Enrichment?

20 Clues: What does FSC stand forWhat population does housing serveWhat is another word for therapist?Sedano, Who is housing's amazing leader?What City is Housings new facility locatedHow many mental health units does TWC have?How many Parent Enrichment Sites do we have?1, 2011, When did housing first begin at TWCFe Springs, Where will TWC develop housing?...

Mental Health 2016-01-27

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  1. Branch of medicine we are studying right now
  2. Term used for the "coming off" of medications
  3. Advanced tx that is shock therapy
  4. Another name for antimanics
  5. Worst outcome for a mental health patient
  6. The name for when two medications work together
  7. Medications that increase mood
  8. Is major alcohol withdrawal
  9. Is the MSE used during clinicals
  10. MAOI's stand for
  11. Used to treat seizures, but off label is used to tx bipolar disorder
  12. Another common medication to treat schizophrenia
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  1. Another name for antipsychotics
  2. Is characterized by periods of depression and mania
  3. Used to treat schizophrenia
  4. NMS stands for
  5. Prozac,paxil, zoloft, and celexa make up this drug classification
  6. Auditory, gustatory, olfactory, tactile and visual make up this type of

18 Clues: NMS stands forMAOI's stand forUsed to treat schizophreniaAnother name for antimanicsIs major alcohol withdrawalMedications that increase moodAnother name for antipsychoticsIs the MSE used during clinicalsAdvanced tx that is shock therapyWorst outcome for a mental health patientBranch of medicine we are studying right now...

Mental Health 2018-12-05

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. irrational distrust of other people
  2. feeling of worry that causes physical sx
  3. professional specializing in treating mental disorders
  4. relating to neural processes and structures involved in cognition
  5. irrational fear of something that poses no threat
  6. abnormally active
  7. deeply disturbing or distressing experience
  8. excessive accumulation of things
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  1. chronic disorder of mental processes memory behavior reasoning
  2. problematic dependency
  3. involving the development of the neuro system
  4. lacking ability to think things through before acting
  5. behavior or ritual caused by thoughts
  6. undesirable thoughts that cause anxiety
  7. MD specializing in the treatment of mental disorders
  8. unusual shifts in mood energy ability to function
  9. treatment method of discussion of issues
  10. uncomfortable physical and psychological sx when drugs are stopped

18 Clues: abnormally activeproblematic dependencyexcessive accumulation of thingsirrational distrust of other peoplebehavior or ritual caused by thoughtsundesirable thoughts that cause anxietyfeeling of worry that causes physical sxtreatment method of discussion of issuesdeeply disturbing or distressing experienceinvolving the development of the neuro system...

Mental Health 2022-05-06

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  1. Unrealistic worry and tension, even if there is little or nothing to provke anxiety
  2. Caused by remembering traumatic event
  3. Nerological disorder that causes a person to be inattentive
  4. A sudden episode of intense fear
  5. Fear of small spaces
  6. Highly illegal and addictive drugs
  7. Characterized by inattentiveness
  8. A disorder of repeated drug or alcohol use
  9. common but serious mood disorder
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  1. fear of spiders
  2. A disorder that causes hallucinations
  3. fear of hights
  4. Anxiety disorder characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears
  5. A person is diagnosed with substance abuse and another mental health disorder
  6. The existence of two or more persons in one body
  7. Fear of social situations
  8. episodes of extremely low moods
  9. Having anxiety about an event

18 Clues: fear of hightsfear of spidersFear of small spacesFear of social situationsHaving anxiety about an eventepisodes of extremely low moodsA sudden episode of intense fearCharacterized by inattentivenesscommon but serious mood disorderHighly illegal and addictive drugsCaused by remembering traumatic eventA disorder that causes hallucinations...

Mental Health 2022-06-02

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  1. a conscious mental reaction such as anger or fear
  2. not in good health
  3. a feeling of worry
  4. a long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior
  5. The quality or condition of being sane
  6. the feeling that you're being threatened in some way, such as people watching you or acting against you, even though there's no proof that it's true.
  7. difficulty coping and aren't able to function effectively.
  8. A belief that is clearly false and that indicates an abnormality in the affected person's content of thought.
  9. wild, or erratic behavior or nature.
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  1. relating to the mind
  2. thinking or problems concentrating and learning
  3. feelings of worthlessness
  4. a person with high intelligence, poor judgment and failure to learn from experience
  5. a state of confusion
  6. exhibiting a severely disordered state of mind
  7. extreme mood swings
  8. a stressful situation in which they're temporarily unable to function normally in day-to-day life
  9. an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.

18 Clues: not in good healtha feeling of worryextreme mood swingsrelating to the minda state of confusionfeelings of worthlessnesswild, or erratic behavior or nature.The quality or condition of being saneexhibiting a severely disordered state of mindthinking or problems concentrating and learninga conscious mental reaction such as anger or fear...

Mental Health Treatment 2014-12-12

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  1. A house in Halifax that offers mental health treatment and resources
  2. Something health professionals can help you overcome if you communicate the issue
  3. A person who will help you access proper mental health treatment
  4. Medical therapy can be appropriate for this mental illness
  5. A therapy focuses on improving healthy social interactions
  6. An object that may be used to access mental health treatment
  7. Someone you love, trust and can talk to about feeling
  8. This negative opinion may be a barrier to treatment
  9. When you need help, just ______!
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  1. People who will support you, that you can talk to about your mental health
  2. A decrease in this may indicate mental illness
  3. Keeping this state of mind will aid in treating and preventing mental illness
  4. Symptom of mental illness
  5. Asking for this is a normal part of life
  6. A behavioural therapy that focuses on identifying patterns of thought and altering them to healthier patterns
  7. Kids Help Phone is an ___________ phone hotline

16 Clues: Symptom of mental illnessWhen you need help, just ______!Asking for this is a normal part of lifeA decrease in this may indicate mental illnessKids Help Phone is an ___________ phone hotlineThis negative opinion may be a barrier to treatmentSomeone you love, trust and can talk to about feeling...

Mental Health 2020-02-11

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  1. treatment for mental illnesses that includes talking to professionals
  2. mental picture one has on oneself
  3. a good skill to provide to a friend having problems
  4. everyone has a role in preventing this
  5. having thoughts, feelings different than other people the same age
  6. hotline for kids to talk to kids about any subject
  7. a trained adult to work with people with mental illnesses
  8. term we use to describe how our emotions and thoughts affect the way we mentally handle stress
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  1. deep sorrow
  2. apply, consider, and talk to a person you trust
  3. to understand and share the feelings of another
  4. a mental state achieved by focusing your awareness on the present moment
  5. help, empathize, listen and plan
  6. providing yourself proper nutrition and exercise
  7. suicide is this if we help
  8. negative stereotypes, often communicated by how we treat people with mental illness
  9. syndrome after a traumatic event

17 Clues: deep sorrowsuicide is this if we helphelp, empathize, listen and plansyndrome after a traumatic eventmental picture one has on oneselfeveryone has a role in preventing thisapply, consider, and talk to a person you trustto understand and share the feelings of anotherproviding yourself proper nutrition and exercise...

MENTAL HEALTH 2021-09-28

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  1. Unrealistic worry that is difficult to control
  2. A mental condition marked by alternating periods of elation and depression
  3. Advanced practice registered nurse
  4. anxiety Nervousness in social situations
  5. An experience involving the apparent perception of something not present
  6. Situations and triggers,thoughts and feelings other ways to think, plan of action towards change
  7. A breakdown in the relationship between thought, emotion and behavior, leading to faulty perception
  8. disorder A deeply ingrained pattern of behavior of a specified kind that deviates markedly from the norm of accepted behavior
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  1. Feelings of severe despondency and dejection
  2. Feeling constantly on edge
  3. A substance used to treat, cure, or prevent disease
  4. Short for obsessive compulsive disorder
  5. Frequent or continual arguing
  6. Prolonged increase in motor activity or agitation
  7. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
  8. In low doses helps SSRI SNRI work better
  9. Serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor

17 Clues: Feeling constantly on edgeFrequent or continual arguingAdvanced practice registered nurseSelective serotonin reuptake inhibitorShort for obsessive compulsive disorderanxiety Nervousness in social situationsIn low doses helps SSRI SNRI work betterFeelings of severe despondency and dejectionUnrealistic worry that is difficult to control...

mental health 2022-09-05

mental health crossword puzzle
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  1. feeling or showing pleasure or contentment.
  2. a state of confusion.
  3. a thing that bears the weight of something or keeps it upright.
  4. can be caused by stress
  5. the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.
  6. a strong feeling deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
  7. a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.
  8. feeling or showing strong annoyance, displeasure, or hostility;
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  1. A wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking and behaviour
  2. two words the condition of your body, taking into consideration everything from the absence of disease to fitness level.
  3. orderliness, perfectionism, and great attention to detail.
  4. a chronic condition that affects millions of children and often continues into adulthood. it includes a combination of persistent problems, such as difficulty sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior.
  5. feelings of severe despondency and dejection.
  6. habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.
  7. An anxiety disorder that develops in reaction to physical injury or severe mental or emotional distress, such as military combat, violent assault, natural disaster, or other life-threatening events.
  8. a disorder having a tendency towards
  9. feeling or showing sorrow; unhappy

17 Clues: a state of confusion.can be caused by stressfeeling or showing sorrow; unhappya disorder having a tendency towardsfeeling or showing pleasure or contentment.habitual sleeplessness; inability to sleep.feelings of severe despondency and dejection.the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy....

Health Triangle 8th Grade 2020-08-25

Health Triangle 8th Grade crossword puzzle
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  1. Bathe regularly and _____ your hands.
  2. Just like you would check in with a _____, a mental health checkup can really help if you're feeling mental distress.
  3. Experts recommend getting 30 _____ of moderate to intense exercise four to five times a week.
  4. One of the best ways to make friends is to show interest in the other person.
  5. Eat a _____ diet.
  6. Social health often involves _____ of friends and family members who support us and care for us during the hard times.
  7. Don't dismiss _____ just because they seem to be different from you at first.
  8. Physical health represents your _____ welfare and how to protect your body.
  9. Some unhealthy foods include sodas, fried foods, _____ processed foods such as cookies and sweet cereals.
  10. Volunteering will also help you connect to new people in your _____.
  11. Take good care of your _____ and mental health.
  12. General guidelines suggest 9 to 13 _____ of water every day.
  13. A full night's _____ can have several physical benefits.
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  1. Make time for activities that you enjoy.
  2. Stay _____.
  3. Initiate _____.
  4. Brush your teeth in the morning and evening for 2 minutes each time.
  5. Practice deep breathing.
  6. How many sides does a triangle have?
  7. The triangle's three sides each represent a side of your overall health:_____, mental and social.
  8. _____ unhealthy foods.
  9. Take good _____ of your skin.
  10. Mental _____ refers to a range of mental health conditions.

23 Clues: Stay _____.Initiate _____.Eat a _____ diet._____ unhealthy foods.Practice deep breathing.Take good _____ of your skin.How many sides does a triangle have?Bathe regularly and _____ your hands.Make time for activities that you enjoy.Take good care of your _____ and mental health.A full night's _____ can have several physical benefits....

Mental Health 2013-01-30

Mental Health crossword puzzle
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  1. An eating disorder characterized by refusal to maintain a minimally accepted body weight, intense fear of weight gain, and distorted body image
  2. (abb.)A neurobiological condition characterized by developmentally inappropriate level of attention, concentration, activity, distractability, and impulsivity.
  3. This disorder prevents children and adolescents from interacting normally with other people and affects almost every aspect of their social and psychological development.
  4. A professional who completed both medical school and training in psychiatry and is a specialist in diagnosing and treating mental illness.
  5. The name given to an unfounded fear of a particular object or situation-such as being afraid of dogs, yet loving to ride horses, or avoiding highway driving, yet being able to drive on city and country roads.
  6. It is a brain disorder that makes it difficult for a person to tell the difference between real and unreal experiences, to think logically, to have normal emotional responses to others, and to behave normally in social situations.
  7. A feeling of tension that can be both emotional and physical.
  8. (abb.)The individual who suffers from this becomes trapped in a pattern of repetitive thoughts and behaviors that are senseless and distressing but extremely difficult to overcome.
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  1. A self-injurious behaviour that involves using a sharp or burning object on the skin.
  2. May include hearing nonexistent voices, seeing nonexistent things, and experiencing burning or pain sensations with no physical cause.
  3. A name for bizarre thoughts that have no basis in reality
  4. A successful or unsuccessful attempt to take one's own life.
  5. is a professional with at least a master's degree in psychology who specializes in therapy.
  6. affects people of all ages if they have experienced, witnessed, or participated in a traumatic occurrence-especially if the event was life threatening. Symptoms can include persistent anxiety, exaggerated startle reactions, difficulty concentrating, nightmares, and insomnia.
  7. A person who lives on the street or in a shelter.
  8. A term that people commonly use to refer to states involving sadness, dejection, lack of self-esteem, and lack of energy.
  9. People with this may have pathological mood swings from mania to depression

17 Clues: A person who lives on the street or in a shelter.A name for bizarre thoughts that have no basis in realityA successful or unsuccessful attempt to take one's own life.A feeling of tension that can be both emotional and physical.People with this may have pathological mood swings from mania to depression...

Mental Health Month Crossword Puzzle 2021 2021-03-11

Mental Health Month Crossword Puzzle 2021 crossword puzzle
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  1. One in twenty-five people live with a serious ______ illness
  2. 20% of ___ ages 13-18 live with a mental illness
  3. CCHMC department that has awesome mental health employees
  4. National Alliance on Mental Health
  5. Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder acronym
  6. 50% of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by the age of ___ and 75% by the age of 24
  7. Location of new 5 story psychiatric facility
  8. Mental health month
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  1. One in ____ adults experience mental illness in a given year
  2. 10.2 ______ adults have co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders
  3. The second leading cause of death in youth ages 10-24
  4. Psychiatric Intake and Response Center
  5. Study about Adverse Childhood Experiences
  6. Location of the newest partial hospitalization location
  7. 90% of those who die by suicide have underlying _______ illness
  8. 18.1% of American adults live with _______ disorders

16 Clues: Mental health monthNational Alliance on Mental HealthPsychiatric Intake and Response CenterStudy about Adverse Childhood ExperiencesLocation of new 5 story psychiatric facilityDisruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder acronym20% of ___ ages 13-18 live with a mental illness18.1% of American adults live with _______ disorders...

Mental Health Crossword 2022-05-09

Mental Health Crossword crossword puzzle
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  1. A mental health disorder that impacts the way you think and feel about yourself and others, causing problems functioning in everyday life
  2. Frequent episodes of eating large quantities of food; feelings of loss of control during the binge; experiencing feelings of shame or guilt afterwards
  3. This mental health disorder causes chronic feelings of inadequacy and are highly sensitive to being negatively judged by others
  4. The individual may experience hallucinations, delusions, and extremely disordered thinking and behavior that impairs daily functioning
  5. A mental health condition triggered by a terrifying event
  6. Having a tendency towards excessive orderliness, perfectionism, and great attention to detail
  7. A continuous, long term form of depression
  8. Refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication
  9. A mental health condition where someone displays antisocial behavior and may disregard basic social standards and rules.
  10. A disorder where a person consistently shows no regard for right or wrong and ignores the rights and feelings of others
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  1. A mental health condition that causes two or more separate personalities
  2. Extreme mood swings that include manic highs and lows
  3. A serious mental health condition that can affect someone soon after having a baby. Not the same thing as Postpartum depression but similar.
  4. Severe, ongoing anxiety that interferes with daily activities
  5. Unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by physical symptoms
  6. A mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and a loss of interest
  7. Having an inflated sense of self-importance and a deep need for excessive attention and admiration
  8. A mental health disorder caused by an obsessive desire to lose weight by refusing to eat
  9. Trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors, or being overly active
  10. Causes extreme nervousness in social situations

20 Clues: A continuous, long term form of depressionCauses extreme nervousness in social situationsExtreme mood swings that include manic highs and lowsA mental health condition triggered by a terrifying eventSevere, ongoing anxiety that interferes with daily activitiesA mental health condition that causes two or more separate personalities...

Mental Health Awareness Week! 2022-04-20

Mental Health Awareness Week! crossword puzzle
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  1. One of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Home of the White Squirrel
  2. Technique focusing on the present
  3. a disorder that can result in hallucinations, delusions and disordered thinking/behaviour
  4. 3W and Outpatient MH Manager
  5. Workplace, Abbreviation
  6. One of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Home of the Radar
  7. Father of the Bride Star, Wanted to be a Social Worker, 2 words
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  1. Hospital Social Worker in history, Title
  2. Dr. Mark, not Duckworth
  3. One of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Home of Olympic Skater Eisler
  4. having a tendency to dwell on unwanted thoughts; performing repetitious rituals
  5. goal is to reduce
  6. One of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Birthplace of Munro
  7. branch of medicine, dx and treatment of mental illness
  8. One of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Beach Town

15 Clues: goal is to reduceDr. Mark, not DuckworthWorkplace, Abbreviation3W and Outpatient MH ManagerTechnique focusing on the presentHospital Social Worker in history, TitleOne of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Beach TownOne of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Home of the RadarOne of 5 AMGH Mental Health Sites, Birthplace of Munro...