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CLUSTER A
(ODD OR ECCENTRIC)
Paranoid.
Schizoid.
Schizotypal.
PARANOID
Distrust and suspision toward others, based on belief that others want to harm the client.
("The FBI is gonna take me hostage!")
SCHIZOID
Emotional detachment. Socially withdrawn, and does not seek out or enjoy close relationships.
(People who like to be alone and have no friends like -ike ;)
SCHIZOTYPAL
Belief in odd things leading to interpersonal difficulties. Person might seem eccentric or show evidence of magical or phantasy-like thinking.
("I see dead people!")
CLUSTER B
(DRAMATIC, EMMOTIONAL, OR ERRATIC)
Antisocial Personality Disorder.
Borderline Personality Disorder.
Histrionic Personality Disorder.
Narcissistic Personlity Disorder.
ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER
Consistent disregard of other people feelings and needs.
No Remorse
(Guys in Prison)
BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
Constant prevalent fear of being abandoned, and characteristic of instabilities in affect, identity, and relationships.
(Ex- girlfriend who used to see you as the best kinda guy, who now thinks your the biggest douschebag)
HISTRIONIC PERSONALITY DISORDER
Need to be the center of attention.
Very dramatic gestures and is often impulsive and melodramatic.
(Prof. Thomas ;)
NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER
Primary feature of arrogance.
Person feels that how they feel is most important of all.
(Every husband of every married woman in the nursing program)
CLUSTER C
(ANXIOUS OR FEARFUL)
Dependant Personality Disorder.
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder.
Avoidant Personality Disorder.
DEPENDANT PERSONALITY DISORDER
Extreme dependancy in a close relationship.
Often, battered wives will turn out like this.
("I need to ask my husband if i can buy something to eat")
OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER
Trying to reach perfection, with an emphasis on neatness and orderliness.
Preoccupation with details and rules.
(Lining up library books by their size)
AVOIDANT PERSONALITY DISORDER
All avoidance of interpersonal contact. Client will show no desire to talk to anyone or interact with anyone.
("Leave me alone!!!")
INTERVENTIONS FOR PERSONALITY DISORDERS
Milieu Therapy. Psychotropic Agents. Personalized care.