Mental Health

  1. 4. Use and abuse of drugs and alcohol.
  2. 5. The fearful anticipation of further danger or problems accompanied by an intense unpleasant feeling or physical symptoms
  3. 7. A repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior among teenagers in which they violate the rights of others
  4. 11. an often persistent bodily disorder or disease
  5. 12. shielding (or designed to shield) against harm or discomfort
  6. 13. Provides mental health services for the prevention of individuals.
  7. 14. 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. 15. Unhealthy pattern of eating characterized by preoccupation with food and distorted body image.
  9. 16. Disorder of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
  10. 18. of or relating to or caused by a poison
  11. 19. Teenage sexual abuse occurs when an adolescent is used for gratification of an adult’s sexual needs or desires.
  1. 1. A type of mood disorder with marked changes in mood between extreme elation or happiness and severe depression during adolescence.
  2. 2. A trained professional who provides treatment to children with mental health issues.
  3. 3. mental or emotional as opposed to physical in nature
  4. 6. (EBP) comprises empirically-validated processes that facilitate the conscientious
  5. 8. a disability of a person which is attributable to a condition closely related to mental retardation
  6. 9. experiences a tramatic event.
  7. 10. A neuro-developmental condition which is usually diagnosed in the first 3 years of life.
  8. 17. in your mind