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Mood swings when the mood is almost always down.
Unipolar
Mood swings when the mood is up or down.
Bipolar
With this D/O, client must feel depressed mood for most of the day, for more days than not for at least 2 years.
Dysthymic D/O
True or False.
DMS criteria doesn't permit a Dx of either dysthymic d/o or major dpressive d/o to be made when depressive symptoms are thought to be due to physical illness.
True
2 Risk factors for PP depression
1) Hx of depression
2) Low levels of support
Risk Factors for depression:
1)Family Hx of depression
2)Having experienced recent
negative stressores
3)Having childhood experiences
in a neg. home enviornment
4)Lacking a social support
system
5)Having significant, physical
disease
3 stages of normal grieving process
1)Period of shock
2)The reality stage
3)The recovery stage
Grief process in which the person feels "numb"
Period of shock
Grief process in which the person begins to experience the pain. May have reactions of anger, guilt, hurt, frustration, helplessness, or fear
The Reality Stage
Grief process in which the person integrates the loss into the reality of thier life and begins to live again.
The Recovery Stage
Abnormal grief reaction in which the grief never reaches conclusions
Chronic grief
Abnormal grief reaction in which the grief work is not accomplished at the time of loss and remains with the individual.
Delayed grief
Abnormal grief reacton in which the grief is experienced as overwhelming
Exaggerated grief
Abnormal grief reaction in which the grief is maksed by either a physical symptom or a maladaptive behavior and the person is unaware of the connections to grief and loss
Masked grief
Therapy that focuses on removing symptoms by identifying and correcting perceptual biases in clients' thinking and correting unrecognized assumptions. Short term.
Cognitive therapy.
Which stage of mania? (mood)
Lability of affect: euphoria predominates; irritablity if dmeands not satisifed.
Stage 1
Which stage of mania? (mood)
Increased dysphoria and depression, open hostility and anger.
Stage 2
Which stage of mania? (mood)
Clearly dysphoric; panic stricken: hopeless
Stage 3
Which stage of mania? (cog.)
Expansitvity, grandiosity, over-confindent, thoughts coherrent sexual and religous preoccupation; racing thoughts
Stage 1
Which stage of mania? (cog.)
Flight of ideas; disorganization of cognitive state; delusions
Stage 2
Which stage of mania? (cog.)
Incoherent, efinite loosening of associations, bizarre and idiosyncratic delusions; hallucinations
Stage 3
Which stage of mania? (behav.)
Increased psychomotor activity; increased initiation and rate of speech, increased spending, smoking, and phone use.
Stage 1
Which stage of mania? (behav.)Continued increased psychomotor acceleration; increased pressured speech; occasional assualtive behavior
Stage 2
Which stage of mania? (behav.)
Frenzied and frequently bizarre psychomotor activity
Stage 3
True or false.
Biplar depressive diorder is genetically inherited.
True
A condition in which elements of shizophrenia combine with manic -depressive d/o. They have prlonged delusions and/or hallucinations.
Schizoaffective d/o
An acquired resistance to the effects of a drug
Tolerance
A maladaptive behavioral change, with physiological and cognitive concomitants, that occurs when the blood or tissue concentrations of the substance decline in an indiviudal
Withdrawal
In relation to chronic alcoholism, Dementia with profound loss of recent memory:
Korsakoff's Syndrome
In relation to chronic alcoholism, Delirium with cranial nerve dysfunction.
Wernicke's Encephalopathy
Personality D/O characterized by: patterns of unstable interpersonal relationships and self-image, efforts to avoid being abandoned, and impulsive actions.
Borderline personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: Self-centered and inflated self esteem beginning in early adulthood
Narcissistic personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: dramatic dress, strikingmakeup, theatrical enterance, seductive boasting of sexual promiscuousness. Must be center of attention.
Histrionic personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: a pervasive pattern of diregar for and violation of the rights of others.
Antisocial personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: a pervasive pattern of detachment from social relationships
Schizoid personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: pervasive pattern of acute discomfort with social and interpersonal relationships
Schizotypal personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: suspect, without basis, that others are exploiting, harming, or deceiving them.
Paranoid Personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: preoccupation with details, lists, rules, organnization, schedules, perfectionalism
Obsessive-compulsive personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: social inhibition and feelings of inadequacy.
Avoidant personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: a need to be taken care of by others
Dependant personality d/o
Personality D/O characterized by: sullen, irritable, impatient, argumentative, cynical, skeptical, contrary may feel cheated, unappreciated and misunderstood and chronically complain to others
Passive-Agressive Personality d/o
a somatoform d/o in which there are multiple physical C/O without an apparent physiological cause.
somatization d/o
a somatoform d/o regarded as "the preoccupation with the fear of having, or the idea that one has, a serious disease based on the person's misinterpretation of bodily functions."
Hypochondriasis
a somatoform d/o in which one or more symptoms or deficits affecting voluntary motor or sensory function that suggest a neurological or other general medical condition.
Conversion d/o
Loss of memory sometimes concerning events that are particularly traumatic or frightening.
Amnesia
Sudden unexplained travel away from home or normal environment; usually associated with confusion about past identity,or more rarely, the assumption of a new identity.
Fugue
Refers to either persistent or recurrent feelings of being separated from one's normal mental functions, or feeling as if one is outside one's body.
Depersonalization
by far the most complex and controversial of teh dissociative d/o's. refers to individuals who possess 2 or more distinct identities, at least 2 of which periodically take control of the individual's behavior, typically not at the same time.
Dissociative Identity D/O DID
Those conditions in which there is an abnormality in the amount, quality, or timing of sleep
Dyssomnia
Those conditions in which the client exhibits abnormal behavioral or physiological events in association with sleep.
Parasomnias
Examples of parasomnias:
Sleepwalking, nightmares, and sleep terrors.