INDIVIDUAL ACADEMIC TREATMENT

  /in.di.vid.ua.l/ /ac.a.dem.ic/ /treat.ment/ n.noun Individual academic treatment is a specialized academic program designed to teach students individually, as opposed to clumping students together in an educational setting. Adolescents are their own unique person. It is for this reason, that teens should also receive their own, personal academic curriculum. Teens learn at different speeds, through…

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INDIVIDUALIZED CLINICAL CARE

  /in.div.i.dual.iz.ed/ /clin.i.cal/ /care/ n.noun Individualized clinical care is an approach that accommodates every aspect of a person’s life. Individualized treatment incorporates physical, psychological, emotional, developmental, familial, social and cultural factors. Every client is treated as a unique individual with treatment plans tailored to the individual’s specific needs and problems. In regards to therapeutic treatment,…

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INTENSIVE PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT

  /in.ten.sive/ /psy.chi.at.ric/ /treat.ment/ n.noun Intensive psychiatric treatment (IPT) is a consumer-focused, goal-oriented treatment for individuals recovering from mental illness. Designed to help therapeutically and mentally afflicted patients gain independence living, learning, working and socializing in the community. Intensive psychiatric treatment assists individuals in developing their skills and resources to achieve their personal goals, despite…

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INTERNAL CONFLICT

  /in.ter.nal/ /con.flict/ n.noun Internal conflict is a mental or emotional dilemma within an individual’s own state of mind. This personal dilemma is when an individual is torn between two choices: picking between what is right and what is wrong. Contrary to external conflict, which is used to describe a person’s conflict with outside forces…

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