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SELF-CARE AND MENTAL HEALTH

Running head: SELF-CARE AND MENTAL HEALTH

Self-Care and Mental Health

Macey Thornton

Germanna Community College

Crowe, A., Mullen, P. R., & Littlewood, K. (2018). Self‐Stigma, Mental Health Literacy, and

Health Outcomes in Integrated Care. Journal of Counseling & Development, 96(3), 267–277. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12201

This article discusses the stigma against mental health. It analyzes the behaviors between mental health and illnesses associated with the stigma. The article explains research options and findings to support the claims on mental health. This peer reviewed article was released in 2018, making it relatively current and up to date. This article was published by Wiley Blackwell, a top-tier publishing company, and that makes this article a credible source. The authors are all academic scholars. Allison Crowe is on the department of interdisciplinary professions at East Carolina University, Patrick Mullen is on the department of school psychology and counselor education at the College of William & Mary, and Kerry Littlewood is affiliate with the School of Social Work at the University of South Florida. This article is essential for my argument to support and provide solutions on mental health and the lack of self-care, but it will also be significant in offering an alternative perspective through the mental health stigma. It is similar to other sources because it provides possible solutions and context of the effects of mental illness.

Dye, L., Burke, M. G., & Wolf, C. (2020). Teaching Mindfulness for the Self-Care and Well-

Being of Counselors-in-Training. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 15(2), 140–153. https://doi.org/10.1080/15401383.2019.1642171

This article explains the different methods of self-care. It also analyzes how self-care behaviors can affect overall mental health. This peer-reviewed article issued in 2020, was published by Taylor & Francis. This article is only a year old, and that shows that its content is accurate. The authors, Lacretia Dye, Monica Galloway, and Cheryl Wolf are all affiliated with the Department of Counseling and Student Affairs at Western Kentucky University. In comparison to other sources this article analyzes more different self-care strategies. I plan to use this article to further advance my argument of the benefits of self-care.

Ehrlich, C., Chester, P., Kisely, S., Crompton, D., & Kendall, E. (2018). Making sense of self-

care practices at the intersection of severe mental illness and physical health-An Australian study. Health & Social Care in the Community, 26(1), e47–e55. https://doi.org/10.1111/hsc.12473

This article analyzes the different self-care strategies for mental health. It also explains how lack of education and management can cause major problems with taking care of one’s mental health. This peer reviewed article was issued in 2018, making it relatively current. It was published by Wiley Blackwell, a highly accredited publishing company, and that makes it a credible source. The authors are all certified and academic scholars. Carolyn Ehrlich has obtained many degrees and qualifications including a PhD through the School of Human Services and Social Work, Hopkins Centre, and Menzies Health Institute at Griffith University, Polly Chester obtained a Bachelors of Social Work at the School of Human Services and Social Work, Hopkins Centre, and Menzies Health institute at Griffith University, Steve Kisely obtained a PhD through the School of Medicine at The University of Queensland and he is also a professor at The University of Queensland, David Crompton obtained multiple degrees through Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services, Hopkins Centre, Menzies Health Institute, and the School of Human Services and Social Work at Griffith University, and Elizabeth Kendall had obtained many degrees including a PhD through the School of Human Services and Social Work, Hopkins Centre, and Menzies Health Institute at Griffith University. This article is important to support my topic because it provides information on self-care strategies for mental health. It is similar to other sources because it asserts the behaviors of self-care practices in mental health. This article will support my claim on self-care behaviors to benefit mental health.

Ross, M. (2020). Harnessing Technology for the Social Good: Empowering Consumers with

Immediate Feedback and Self-Directed Means of Care to Address Affordability, Access, and Stigma in Mental Health. Health & Social Work, 45(2), 135–137.

https://doi.org/10.1093/hsw/hlaa002

This article discusses the stigma towards mental health and the outcomes of this behavior. It analyses how technological advancements can help to provide resources for mental health. The article explains that through new advancements in research it raises awareness of mental health and the importance of seeking help. This peer reviewed article issued in 2020, was published by the National Association of Social Workers. The article is only a year old showing that its contents are up to date and accurate. The author, Monica Ross is a doctoral candidate affiliated with the University of Southern California. Her credentials show that she is a reliable researcher although the publishing company makes this source more credible. This article is relevant because it provides insight on the mental health stigma and how it affects self-care. It is linked to my other sources that explain the effects of the mental health stigma. I plan to use this article to advance and address possible solutions on the influence of lack of self-care and poor mental health associated with the mental health stigma. This article is also useful in providing an alternative perspective through the effects of the mental health stigma associated with proper mental health.

Rupert, P. A., & Dorociak, K. E. (2019). Self-Care, Stress, and Well-Being Among Practicing

Psychologists. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice, 50(5), 343–350. https://doi.org/10.1037/pro0000251

This article analyzes the importance of self-care practices. It explains different methods of self-care behaviors to help with one’s mental health. This scholarly article was issued in 2019, making it relatively current. It is published by American Psychological Association, a large national organization made up of multiple diverse members, and that makes it a credible source. The authors, Patricia Rupert is an associate professor of psychology at Loyola University Chicago, and she holds a PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Kansas. Katherine Dorociak is a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at Loyola University Chicago and completing her internship in Neuropsychology Track at Minneapolis VA Health Care System. This source is similar to my other sources by analyzing different self-care methods. I plan to use this article to further advance my argument on the importance and education of mental health.[supanova_question]

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S. Civil War was not about preserving slavery, but was instead about preserving state’s rights. This group is by no means limited to the South. Indeed, if you go to rural portions of northern states like New York and Ohio or in border states like Maryland, it is not too hard to find people waving the old Bars [supanova_question]

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S. Civil War was not about preserving slavery, but was instead about preserving state’s rights. This group is by no means limited to the South. Indeed, if you go to rural portions of northern states like New York and Ohio or in border states like Maryland, it is not too hard to find people waving the old Bars [supanova_question]

References Lee, M. (2021). Quantum computing and Cybersecurity. Belfer Center for Science

References

Lee, M. (2021). Quantum computing and Cybersecurity. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.

https://www.belfercenter.org/publication/quantum-computing-and-cybersecurity.

– This article defines quantum computing and how quantum technology can risk the environment (socially, economically, politically). Additionally, educate people on what to do when a quantum computation problem occurs.

Soutar, C., Kohn, I., Barmes, I., Beato, F., & Doyle, S. (2021). How the world can prepare for quantum-computing cyber risks. World Economic Forum.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/09/how-corporates-can-prepare-for-quantum-computing cyber-risks/.

– As stated in the article’s title, How the world can prepare for quantum-computing cyber risks, organizations should implement data protection laws and network policies so that users and consumers can understand them.

The Time To Talk About The Ethics Of Quantum Computing Is Now.

https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/a44e2290-7b86-4e61-b364-de5d16d93cbb/downloads/The% 20TimeToTalkAboutTheEthicsOfQCIsNow.pdf?ver=15 80511922757.

– As this entry is anonymous, it best summarizes how cybersecurity, cryptography, and artificial intelligence affect quantum computation in the future. Additionally, it focuses on how the ethical issues will impact globally.

Vaishnavi, A., & Pillai, S. (2021). Cybersecurity in the Quantum Era-A Study of Perceived Risks in Conventional Cryptography and Discussion on Post Quantum Methods. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/1964/4/042002/pdf.

– Communication networks (like cybersecurity and cryptography) threaten quantum computing. Cybersecurity requires a variety of encryption methods that poses a problem to computation. In the future, advanced quantum computing can be a global risk to network security.

Vermeer, M. J. D., & Peet, E. D. (2020). Securing Communications n the Quantum Computing Age: Managing the risks to Encryption. RAND Corporation.

https://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/research_reports/RR3100/RR3102/RAND_RR3102 .pdf.

– In this paper, cybersecurity encryption methods and how they operate are emphasized. Address how cryptography affects quantum computing. Also, this paper emphasizes the ethical issues of the economy and the politics of quantum computing.

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