Sunday, January 22, 2017

Social Care Psychology

Mrs R is in the adulthood maturation stage. She has a reading hinderance so is cognitively impaired. physically Mrs R is overweight, suffers from epilepsy and is going by means of the menopause, this besides has an emotional tinge ascribable to fluctuating ductless gland levels. Socially she has a truly active and busy lifestyle, attends college, twenty-four hour period centre, horse riding, as come up as kindlyising, and regularly sees her family whom she is mop up too. She can at times appear to display signs of heed seeking behaviour.\nFreud has a psychodynamic possibleness of personality and it is based on the fact that the personality has 3 break a subdivisions, the id, the ego and the superego and that these 3 part are in recurring conflict, but need to be in harmony to respect a healthy personality.\nHe describes the id as being biological and in the unconscious part of the personality, he believes it operates on the Ëœpleasance principle. That its whole dri ve is some pleasure, wants and needs, instinctive and primitive. To allow the id to principle would mean displaying socially unaccepted behaviour. The ego he describes as the Ëœreality principle, this part is chiefly conscious. This part tries to get the end between what is socially leave while at the like time trying to return the desires of the id.\nFreud believes that the superego represents the part of the personality that has authentic from our parental upbringing and social environment. That it is our morals, values and our sense of rightfulness and wrong, so would be in contradiction to the id. Often feelings of concern and guilt are due to the superego being over dominant. correspond to Freuds theory Mrs Rs id could be dominating, and this could be the reason for her being overweight, she could be giving into her desire to eat, allowing her id to rule. It could also mean that due to Mrs Rs learning difficulties her superego has not properly positive and that it affects her judgment and decisions.\nFreud also belie...

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