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PSYCHODYNAMICS

BIOLOGIC AL PRENATA L No pertinent data INFANCY According to her she was taken care of her mother and maid when she was still a baby. She verbalized “gi breastfedbreastfed ko sa akong mama” and later shifted to bottle feeding and doesn’t remember much from her infancy. Her mother usually attend to her needs especially when she is hungry. Inference: -Children develop sense of trust when caregivers provide TODDLER Her decision maker was her mother. Toilet training was imposed. The time when she was learning to walk her parents was there to guide her. Her mother punishes her whenever she would touch anything dirty. Inference: -in the development of speech and sphincter and muscular control, the toddler practices the social modalities of holding on and letting go, and experiences the first stirrings of the virtue that erikson termed will. much depends on the amount and type of control PRESCHOOLER She said that during her childhood she plays jackstone and Chinese garter. Criticize by her mother when she does something wrong. She usually played inside their house or within the neighborhood together with her playmates. She wasn’t allowed to play longer hours outside. Her parents wanted her to focus on her studies. SCHOOL According to her she entered school at age 6 from grades 14 she studied in UIC and later transferred at Demonteverde school during her 5-6 and studied at Davao National High School. An honor Student and has a high grades in Mathematics, science, and English. She finished her college in BS in accountancy She stated that her lecturers are very good person. She is the only one that goes to the church because she fell differently with her siblings ADOLESCENCE She felt that she is different from her family and refused to share more about her adolescence and said “Ayaw, ayaw lang michiko”. But she said she had friends on her high school and college life. Inference: -At this stage the person develop identity by developing sense of self plans to actualize ones ability. In developing role confusion, person, person may have feeling of confusion, indecisiveness and possible anti social behavior. th (Kozier, 7 edition) -girls and boys experience similar levels of YOUNG ADULT -Her parents were strict regarding love affairs and relationships since her parents wanted her to marry a successful person. She had her first relationship after she graduated from college. She worked at international pepsi company as accounting clerk and promoted as personal secretary. She And became unemployed during 1991 after their marriage. Her husband told her that she will stop in working and focus on being a housewife and take care of the family instead.

ENVIRONMENT

-Gender: Female Age: 32 years old (onset) No History of nervous and mental illness, she doesn’t smoke and drink alcohol. Not a substance user. Parents: Papapi is a heavy smoker and occasional drinker. Mamami has history of kidney disease. Inference: ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder (OCD), usually

Inference: -if parents guide gradually and firmly , praise and accept attempts to be independent initiative develops. The result will be a

INTERN AL She was greatly affected with this because she really wanted to work. Her dream is to work in an office. But because of her husband’ s decision, she resigned from her work in order to focus he role as a housewif e. Due to these circumsta nces, observab le change of

EXTERNAL Poor family support from family because she feels that she is treated in different way by her siblings and parents. Unempolyment. Separation from her baby Yo to her. Inference: Being unemployed are a risk factor for developing OCD (Grisham, 2008). According to Pillitteri (2007), the loss of a love one is particularly significant because it involves 2 types of losses; friendship and self-esteem.

Psychoanalytical theorists propose that individuals

– this stage of exploring for all the feeling of selfconfidence in one’s ability to perform. pleasure in effort and effectiveness. A lack of this will lead to mistrust. in the community and athome. a sense of being controlled by others and a rage against the task remains unresolved when primarycaregiver s restricts independent behaviors. In her historical background. Achievement of the task results I a sense of self Inference: Through social interactions. Success leads to strong relationships. her husband described her trait as being “saputon” Inference: -young adults need to form intimate relationships with other people. reliability. . Autonomy is achieved when parents encourage and provide oppurtunities for independent activities.2007) behavior s was noted such as doing the laundry for 8 hours.PSYCHODYNAMICS begins in adolescenc e or young adulthood and is seen in as many as 1 in 200 children and adolescents . (Townsend. bith physically or set the child up for failure with realistic expertations. underdeveloped egos (for any of a variety of reasons: unsatisfactory parent-child relationship. 2007) according to erik erikson. Parental control that fails to protect the toddler from the consequences of his or her own lack ow lack of self-control or judgment can be equally disastrous to the child’s development of a healthy sense of autonomy (Kaplan and sadock. When recognize is given for the accomplishmen t. in order to have to achieve a sense of selfconfidence. completion of projects. Inference : Being unemplo yed are a risk factor for developin g OCD (Grisham . and regression or false progression results. pero gusto nako magtrabaho” When asked about the reason why Yo’s Daddy did not allowed her to work she remained silent and did not answered the question. Control that is too exerted or too early too defeats the toddlers attempts to developed its own internal controls. Research shows that OCD is a brain disorder and tends to run in families.2003 aggression disorders. care and affection. (townsend. conditional love or provisional gratification). It is manifested by having a sence of competence. Low income or no income is generally associate d with greater physical and mental health problems with OCD have weak. Recent studies have also shown that OCD may develop or worsen after a strep infection. while failure results in loneliness and isolation.2007) sense of will helps us accomplished and build self esteem as children and adults (pilliteri.(Font th aine. A lack of pride in the ability to perform. This will just be attained when encouragement is given to activities and responsibilities in school. 2008). ability to cooperate and compromises. (Pilliteri. 6 edition) She stated that “Gipa stop ko ug trabaho ni Yo’s daddy. taking a bath for 2 days and hand washing for 5 hours. A child may also develop OCD with no previous family history. 2008) -the major task of this stage is to gain some self control and independence within the environment.2007). (Piliteri. Boys are more likely than girls to be aggressive. children begin to develop a sense of pride in their tasks and abilities (Pilliteri.2007) exercised by adults over the child. although this doesn't mean the child will definitely develop symptoms.

2007). (Butler & Newache ck. . both physically and verbally. poor. poor. a sense of being controlled by others and a rage against the self. Autonomy is achieved when parents encourage and provide opportunities for independent activities. 1981). work. Non achievement results in a lack of self confidence. or set the child up for failure with unrealistic expectations (Townsend. the task remains unresolved when primary caregivers restrict independently behaviors. . inadequate problem solving. history. history.PSYCHODYNAMICS (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.work. work. (Pilliteri. 2012) control and the ability to delay gratification and a feeling of self confidence in ones ability to perform. inadequate. a ack of pride in the ability to perform.2005) If not attained it will lead to inferiority which is manifested by feeling of unworthy and inadequate.

Depression . Anger 2.PSYCHODYNAMICS Vulnerable IntraUterine trauma Trust Autonomy Guilt Industry Role Confusion Intimacy Isolation Confusion and Frustration Weakened Ego Low Self Esteem State of Equilibrium State of Disequilibrium 1.