Week 1 Discussion 2: Growth and Development Assessment, Biopsychosocial Profile and Screening
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Look at the Chart of Eriksonâ€™s Psychosocial Stages in Table 34-16 on page 1073 in the Kaplan and Sadock, Synopsis of Psychiatry (2021) textbook. Pick a psychosocial stage, discuss the associated virtue, and the positive and negative forerunners of identity. Explain the purpose of incorporating the evaluation of developmental vulnerabilities within your holistic, psychosocial assessment and treatment plan documentation.
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Re: Week 1 Discussion 2: Growth and Development Assessment, Biopsychosocial Profile and Screening
by Shanna Cipro – Thursday, 31 August 2023, 9:16 PM
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The purpose of this discussion post is to examine one stage from Eriksonâ€™s Psychosocial Stages including the associated virtue and the positive and negative forerunners of identity formation. Additionally, the discussion post will explain the purpose of incorporating the evaluation of developmental vulnerabilities within a holistic, psychosocial assessment and treatment plan.
Eriksonâ€™s first stage of psychosocial development is Trust vs. Mistrust and occurs during infancy from birth to approximately 18 months of age (Boland et al., 2022). The associated virtue of this stage is hope. Orenstein & Lewis (2022) note that when development during this time maladaptive, the virtue becomes withdrawal. The associated positive and negative forerunners of identity are mutual recognition vs. autistic isolation. Muuss (1988) relays Eriksonâ€™s theory describing mutual recognition as synonymous with mutual trustworthiness, highlighting the importance of developing a sense of security between the infant and caregiver. The negative forerunner, autistic isolations, describes the withdrawal of the infant from that sense of security.
These developmental vulnerabilities that occur from maladaptive development of hope and trust are related to psychopathology including psychosis, addiction, and depression (Boland et al., 2022). The concept of trust and hope during this time builds the foundation for the infant understanding that their needs will be met instilling trust not only in the caregiver, but also hardwiring the infant to have confidence and build an identity based on that foundation creating confidence, trust , and hope. Muuss (1988) expand on these psychopathologies noting that the sense of isolation differentiates the patient from feeling the same as others and lead to the â€œwithdrawal and regression characteristicâ€ in the development of schizophrenia (Boland et al., 2022, p. 1074). These same thoughts and feelings can lead to feelings of low self-worth, emptiness, and depression and Ericksonâ€™s theory occurs during Freudâ€™s the oral stage related to the oral incorporation of the development of addictions (Boland et al., 2022, Muuss, 1988, and Orenstein & Lewis, 2022) . By completing a holistic psychosocial assessment including a developmental history and timeline these psychopathologies can be differentiated in relation to the information gathered and presenting symptoms. This helps to create a patient centered treatment plan with appropriate pharmacological and nonpharmacological interventions.
Boland, R. J., Verduin, M. L., Ruiz, P., Shah, A., & Sadock, B. J. (2022). Kaplan & Sadockâ€™s Synopsis of Psychiatry.
Muuss, R. E. (1988). Erik Eriksonâ€™s Theory of Identity Development. In Theories of adolescence (pp. 42â€“57). essay,
Orenstein, G., & Lewis, L. (2022, November 7). Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development . StatPearls .