In the world of psychology, how do you think a psychologist may view a presenting problem (i.e. top down or down to top)? Are there specific situations that need a top down or down up approach?
A psychologist may view a presenting problem from a different perspective. It completely depends upon the nature of the problem they are dealing with.
Generally, there the disorders related to the brain are very complex and not easy to deal with. Even in some cases, it is like the case where it also becomes dependent on the patient's response to the disorder or his/her will to get cured. Some patient really work hard with the doctor and cooperate really well., in such cases, the medication becomes really easy an impactful.
But in some cases, the patients are not that cooperative and don't even understand the perks of living a normal life again, they are such a mental trauma that they cannot even decide what is good for them and what not, they completely depend on the treatment.
Therefore, a psychologist may view a presenting problem from all the sides and then decide which approach to be taken, that is tp to down or the down to top.
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