Weeks Show Course Menu J PSYC120002 ONOD sep092020

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Part 1
As you learned in this week’s lecture, assessment is incredibly important to diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders. Unfortunately, there are several things that could prevent a proper assessment from occurring (such as language barriers, substance use, medical status, etc.). 



Using the weblink below and what you have learned from lecture, identify and describe some factors that could interfere with the assessment process. Then, explain why it is important for professionals in the field of mental health to recognize the barriers that might exist when assessing for a psychological disorder.

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Cross-Cultural Barriers to Mental Health Services in the United States



Using the weblink below and what you have learned from lecture, identify and describe some factors that could interfere with the assessment process. Then, explain why it is important for professionals in the field of mental health to recognize the barriers that might exist when assessing for a psychological disorder.

In 500 750 words describe your current philosophy of education

This topic brings you full circle. You have an understanding of historical events that occurred in early childhood education, as well as theories and philosophies that influenced educational models. You researched current trends and issues in order to develop an advocacy speech, as well as a professional growth plan. This information will assist you in creating your own personal education philosophy.

professional growth plan

Teachers are lifelong learners and reflective practitioners and are continuously learning from their students, peers, communities (local, state, and national groups), and through advancement of education. It is important to begin developing a professional growth plan to prepare for your future after this program.