History of Mental Health in the Black Community.

History of Mental Health in the Black Community             In the antebellum era, blacks “could not get” stress or develop mental health disorders. According to an 1848 hypothesis by a physician and medical director of a lunatic asylum John Galt, people who participated in commerce, voting, holding office, and owned property faced the highest risk… Continue reading History of Mental Health in the Black Community.

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Early Childhood (2 to 4 years).

Early Childhood (2 to 4 years) Children grow and develop fast in the first five years across the critical areas of development. They are emotional or social, cognitive, language and communication, and motor/physical. Language development plays a vital role in child development since it supports children’s ability to communicate (Noiray et al., 2019, p 2).… Continue reading Early Childhood (2 to 4 years).

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Suffered emotional child abuse

Review of Literature Linked to Objectives. Berzenski, S.R., 2019 states that adults who suffered emotional child abuse portray some long term psychological and behavioural consequences as a result of the abuse, as illustrated by different studies. These long-term consequences consist of poor mental and emotional health, attachment and social difficulties, posttraumatic stress, impaired executive functioning… Continue reading Suffered emotional child abuse

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Adults who were emotionally abused.

Adults who were emotionally abused are more likely to be the perpetrators of maltreatment of their own children. This can be as a result of the learning in their childhood that neglect is an appropriate way of parenting (Berzenski, S.R., 2019). A study also shows that parent experience emotional abuse in their childhood are more… Continue reading Adults who were emotionally abused.

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