1-16 of 191 results for depression beck by david a clark phd and judith s beck scientific foundations of cognitive theory and therapy of depression. Cheryl tatano beck's middle range theory of postpartum depression is appropriate for the problem identified for the past 20 years, beck has concentrated her work on postpartum mood disorder and anxiety she introduced her middle-range theory on baby blue called teetering on. A patient with history of postpartum depression (ppd) and current baby in nicu was selected from postpartum unit to educate her on postpartum depression based on beck's ppd theory postpartum depression theory, which was developed by cheryl tatano beck in 1993, talks about 22 major concepts that. Aaron beck's cognitive theory of depression cognitive theories of major depression - ellis and bandura postpartum depression, neurotransmitters, and. Currently cheryl's research efforts are focused on (1) the impact of birth trauma on breastfeeding, (2) the effect of dha on postpartum depression, and (3) assessing the psychometrics of the postpartum depression screening scale-telephone administration.
Postpartum depression (ppd), also called postnatal depression, is a type of mood disorder associated with childbirth, which can affect both sexes. Since beck's theory focuses on the recovery aspect of ppd as opposed to purely the experience of depression in ppd, it is difficult to draw correlations beyond key concepts the critical difference between theories lies in the ordering of experiences, and in my meta-synthesis, the 4-step progression through the themes as ordered. Beck's postpartum depression theory background of theorist background of theory critical elements relevance to nursing application evidence of empirical testing. Chapter 34 postpartum depression theory m katherine maeve the birth of a baby is an occasion for joy—or so the saying goes but for some women, joy is not an option (beck, 2006b, p.
Beck's postpartum depression theory to alert nurses to increase incidence and impact of postpartum depression eakes, burke and hainsworth theory of chronic sorrow. A diagram showing beck's cognitive triad beck's cognitive triad , also known as the negative triad ,   is an irrational and pessimistic view of the three key elements of a person's belief system present in depression. In lieu of this, an extensive and comprehensive research on the postpartum theory of depression was carried out by cheryl beck (1993) (beck, reynolds and rutowski) and they built a background with strong analysis to support it.
Psychodynamics of postpartum depression lawrence d blum, md philadelphia, pennsylvania although there are numerous articles and books about postpartum depression. Beck categorized 22 key propositions of postpartum depression theory which consists of concepts that include risk factors, symptoms, and predictors (see figure 2) it is not anticipated that women will experience all 22 concepts thus, the elements within the continued on next page. In the second study, using grounded theory, a substantive theory of postpartum depression was developed (beck, 1993 x beck, 1993 beck, c teetering on the edge: a substantive theory of postpartum depression. Postpartum depression (ppd) is a significant public health problem which affects approximately 13% of women within a year of childbirth although rates of depression do not appear to be higher in women in the. We then chronicle cheryl tatano beck's program of research on postpartum depression (ppd) and advance the thesis that her theory of ppd, titled teetering on the edge, is an exemplar of a.
Beck categorized 22 key propositions of postpartum depression theory which consists of concepts that include risk factors, symptoms, and predictors (see figure 2) review of the literature in regards to postpartum depression theory and nursing practice yielded one result review of the literature. Using noblit and hare's 1988 approach, the author conducted a metasynthesis of 18 qualitative studies on postpartum depression four overarching themes emerged that reflected four perspectives involved in postpartum depression: (a) incongruity between expectations and the reality of motherhood, (b) spiraling downward, (c) pervasive loss, and. History of theory : history of theory beck's timeline ranges from 1972 to present (see table 34-1 pg 745 of tomey and alligood) text 1993 teetering on the edge post partum depression screening scale (pdss) post partum depression predictors inventory (pdpi. A qualitative meta-synthesis and theory of postpartum depression issues in mental health nursing since beck's theory focuses on the recovery aspect of ppd as. Teetering on the edge: a substantive theory of postpartum depression nursing research 42, 42-48 the qualitative inquiry of cheryl beck, dnsc, cnm, faan.
The most significant factor in the duration of the postpartum depression is the length of delay to adequate treatment the purpose of this article is to describe five different theoretical perspectives of postpartum depression and the interventions for treatment derived from each: the medical model, feminist theory, attachment theory. Cheryl tatano beck, dnsc, cnm, faan exemplar: teetering on the edge: a continually emerging theory of postpartum depression (pp 273-292) in pl munhall (ed. Postpartum depression: a comparison of military and civilian populations by risk factors and/or coping mechanisms related to beck's theoretical.
This review provides a summary of literature pertaining to beck's cognitive theory of depression, as well as a general overview of the theory beck believed that the cognitive symptoms of depression actually precede the affective and mood symptoms of depression, rather than vice versa according to. Background of theory beck's theory was born from an extensive study of postpartum depression in women who were discharged from hospitals early she believed that due to the early release, these women were at greater risk of developing maternity blues at home, as these symptoms generally developed within a week postpartum.