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Mood Disorders
Major Depressive Disorder
Dysthymic Disorder
Biopolar Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
Panic Disorder
Agoraphobia with out history of Panic Disorder
Specific Disorder
Social Phobia
Obessessive Compulsive Disorder
PTSD
Acute Stress Disorder
Genralized Anxiety Disorder
Substance Use Disorder
Substance Dependence
Substance Abuse
Somatoform Disorders
Somatization Disorder
Conversion Disorder
Pain Disorder
Hypochondriasis
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Schizophrenia and other Psychotic Disorder
Schizophrenia
Positive Symptoms
Schizophreniform
Schizoaffective
Delusional Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder
Consist of being depressed most of the time or lacking pleasure,or interest for at least TWO weeks duration, resulting in signifcant stress or impairments. Client must have FOUR Sx
Acute Stress Disorder
A severe Stress that provokes fear, horror or helpless. Reexperiencing the event in some way
Criteria: Witness or experience a traumatic or unsual event; experience 3 symptoms : Diminish awareness, feeling of detachment, illusions, images, has flashbacks
Duration: within 4 weeks of the trauma
Obssessive Compulsive Disorder
Obessions or Compulsions that cause significant distress or impairments
Obssessive Compulsive Disorder
Life time prevalence: 5%

Equal among females and males
Obssessive Compulsive Disorder
Criteria: The pt has both obessions and compulsions.
The pt recognizes that obsessions and compulsions are unreasonable or excessive
Obssessive Compulsive Disorder
Treatment: Expousure therapy, response treatment
SSRI's
Panic Disorder
Recurrent, unepected panic attacks persistent concern for at least ONE month
Panic Disorder
Life time prevalence: 5%

Common in Females

Onset: Rapid late 20's
Panic Disorder
Criteria: Discrete period of intense fear or discomfort of FOUR sx: Fear or Discomfort
accelerated heart rate
sweating, nausea, chest pain, fear of losing control, numbness
Panic Disorder
Treatment: CBT
Psychoeducation
Relaxation
Specific Phobia
Pattern of excessive or unreasonable fear in responce to the precense or anticipation of a specific object like ( Animals, Flying, Dog, Heigths)
Specific Phobia
Criteria: Excessive fear, display axiety response
Specific Phobia
Treatment: Expousure therapy
Medication not prescribed
Specific Phobia
Life time prevalence: 9%

More common among females

Onset: Childhood, Early adolence
Social Phobia
Marked and persisted fear of one or more social performance situation in which the Pt is exposed to unfamiliar people or objects( fear of negative evaluation by others)
Social Phiobia
Criteria: Pt strongly fears at least ONE social performance, situation that involves fear.
Pt avoids the situation with severe distress and anxiety
Pt under 18yrs, have the Sx for SIX months
Social Phiobia
Treatment: Expousure therapy, CBT
Social Phiobia
life time prevalence: 8%

Equal rates among males and females
PTSD
Expousure of traumatic events: Rape, Kidnapping, Earthquake, Domestic Violence, Combat
PTSD
Criteria: Sx's last for ONE month
Introsion: flashbacks
Ovoidance: avoids places or people
Hyperarousal: Poor concentration, Insomnia, irritability
PTSD
Treatment: Immediate after math, provide support, CBT, Psychoeducation, expousure therapy
PTSD
Life time prevalence: 7%

Twice as common among Females

Acute: Less than 3 months

Chronic: More than 3 months
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Excessive anxiety or worry about a number of events or activities. Difficult to control the worry
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Criteria: For more than half the days in at least SIX months the Pt experiences THREE or more Sx's in the past SIX months.
Sx's: Feelings of being restless, fatigue, irritability, muscle tension
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Life time prevalence: 5%

Twice as common among women females
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Treatment: Relaxation, Meditation and Yoga
Major Depressive Disorder
For at least 2 weeks the Pt feels depressed has problems with eating, sleeping, loss of energy, and trouble concentrating
Major Depressive Disorder
Life time Prevalence: 5%

High among females

Onset: Through out life cycle
Major Depressive Disorder
Criteria: Duration of 2 weeks
No history of Mania or Hypomania, Not due to medical conditions

Precense of 5 SxS : Appetite, sleep problems, loss of energy, trouble concentrating
Major Depressive Disorder
Treatment: Intidepresents and Psychoeducation
Dysthymic Disorder
Depressed mood most of the day, Duration of at least 2 days. No major depression during the first 2 years.
No history or Mania or hypomania
Dysthymic Disorder
Life time prevalence: 6%

Onset: Through out life cycle
Dysthymic Disorder
Criteria: Pt has 2 or more sxs
appetite increased or decreased
poor self image
reduced concentration and hopelesness
Hypomac Eposide
This is much lile a manic episode but it is briefer and less severe
Hypomac Eposide
Hospitalization is not required
Hypomac Eposide
Criteria: Reduced need for sleep, increased talktiveness, easy distractibility, grandiosity, racing thoughts
Hypomac Eposide
SXS for at least 4 days
Biopolar I Disorder
History of at least ONE manic episode, history of depression is not required, not due to medical conditions or substance abuse
Biopolar I Disorder
Criteria: Manic episode: SXS decreased need for sleep, flight of ideas or racing thoughts, Distractibility, poor judment
Biopolar I Disorder
Life time prevelance: 1%

Onset: age 20-21

10% exhibit psychotic symptoms
Biopolar II Disorde
History of at least One major depressive episode. History of at least one Hypomanic episode. This is less severe, no Psychosis, No serious impairment in functioning, not hospitalization
Biopolar II Disorde
Life time prevelance: 1%

Onset: Late teens early 20's
Biopolar II Disorde
Duration: at least 4 days

Treatment: Psychoeducation and talk therapy
Cyclothymic Disorder
Numerous hypomanic SXS, and depressive SXS,

Duration: at least 2 years

Not absent for more than 2 months

For children is only 1 year
Cyclothymic Disorder
Life time prevelance: 1%

Onset: Early 20's
Manic Episode
For at least ONE week the pt feels: Grandiose, talkative, hyperactive, distratible

Pt's often have to be hospitalized
Mixed Episode
The Pt has fullfilled the symptomatic criteria for both manic and major depressive episode, but it has lasted at briefly as a week
Mixed Episode
Criteria: Causes Psychotic SXS requires hospitalization, impairs work, social or personal functioning
Somatization Disorder
Runs in families, Pts experience a pattern of multiple physical and emotional SXS last for many years
Somatization Disorder
Prevalence: 5%

Onset: Age 30
Somatization Disorder
Criteria:
4 -pain sxs ( head, back, chest)
2 -gastro intestinal (nausea, vomitting, bloatign)
1- sexual sxs (dysfunction, excessive bleeding)
1-Pseduneorological ( coordinator, balance)
Somatization Disorder
Treatment: Maximen
remain empathetic, recognize they are suffering, avoid making unrealistic promises
protect them from needles
offer postive reinforcements
relaxation, meditation and yoga
Dissociation
A disruption of the usually integrated functions of counciosness memory identity or perception of the enviroment
Dissociative Amensia
Inability to recall personal infomation
Usually begins suddenly following severe stress such as war, natural disasters, physical injury, guilt over an affair,

After a variable time, the amnesia suddenly ends with complete recovery memory
Dissociative Amensia
Treatment: Maxmen and encourage Pt to talk about the recent event
Dissociative Fugue
French term for "Flight"

Sudden unexpected travel away from home or work
Inability to recall one's past, confusion over personal identity, or a new identity

Last a few days to months
Dissociative Fugue
Treatment: Maximen