GCU Introduction to Mental Health Essay

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In a 750-1,000-word essay, select two assessment tools that mental health professionals use to assess anxiety. Be sure to address the following in your essay:

  • How does anxiety impact the body, mind, and spirit of an individual?
  • What are the basic features of each assessment tool you are analyzing?
  • In what ways are they similar? 
  • How do they differ? 
  • What might cause a mental health professional to select one tool over the other based on client's differing needs? 

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Running head: ANXIETY ASSESSMENT TOOLS

Anxiety Assessment Tools
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ANXIETY ASSESSMENT TOOLS
Introduction

Anxiety is a normal condition in human life but excessive anxiety might lead to health
problems. In such a case, health professionals play a role in helping anxiety patients to recover
by assessing patents' conditions and then prescribing necessary medication. Patients of anxiety
demonstrate symptoms that help a health professional to suspect anxiety before proceeding to the
assessment process (Rose, & Devine, 2014). Different assessment tools can be used to measure
the severity of anxiety in an individual. Higher levels of anxiety affect the body, mind, and spirit.
Anxiety impact the body, mind, and spirit of an individual
Anxiety poses a different impact on the body, mind, and spirit of an individual. To begin
with, anxiety impacts on the body include increased heart rate, shortness of breathing, fatigue,
headache, and sweating. Shortness of breathing and increased heart rate are caused by adrenalin
hormones released during anxiety. Also, during anxiety, the body muscles become rigid causing
headaches and fatigue. The next impact is on the mind. Anxiety may trigger stress hormones in
the brain and limit someone to think logically. As stress hormones continue to be released in the
mind, the result may be depression which is a serious condit...


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