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Developmental & Life Situational Mental Health Crisis

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Developmental & Life Situational Crises

Identifying & Diagnosing Mental Health

Developmental & Life Situational Crisis

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What is a Developmental & Life Situational Crisis?

Developmental & Life Situational Mental Health Crisis is not a diagnostic term. It is a phrase give to a person who’s coping mechanisms are affected due to their circumstances – in the absence of a mental health illness. Situational mental health crises stem from a struggle to come to terms with dramatic life events or changes. The person may overcome the crisis on their own. An extreme situational mental health crisis requires intervention and support from the person’s family, friends and/or counselor.

Recovery is possible once an individual comes to terms with a new situation. Some situational Mental Health Crises circumstances may include: 

  • Abortion Issues
  • Adolescent & Teen Issues
  • Adoption & Foster Care Issues
  • Adjusting to Life Transitions
  • Aging & Geriatric Issues
  • Anxiety & Stress
  • Blended Family Issues
  • Breakups
  • Bullying
  • Caregiver Issues
  • Chronic Illness, Pain or Disability
  • Creative Blocks
  • Discrimination
  • Divorce & Divorce Adjustment
  • Family Issues
  • Fertility Issues
  • First Responder Issues
  • Gender Identity
  • Giftedness
  • Grief, Loss & Bereavement
  • Guilt
  • LGBTQ Issues
  • Medical Issues
  • Men’s Issues
  • Midlife Crisis
  • Money & Financial Issues
  • Multicultural Concerns
  • Racism or Prejudice
  • Marriage or  Relationship Issues
  • Parenting
  • Pregnancy & Childbirth
  • School & Academic Concerns
  • Women’s Issues
  • Workplace Issues
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