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NAME AXIS
mental retardation
axis 2
NAME AXIS
all personality disorders
2
NAME AXIS
they really dont change, people dont usally get better
2
T or F
people in axis 2 really dont change, people dont usally get better
true
NAME AXIS
most often these are the patients that seek treatment
2
NAME AXIS
this axis is not covered by the insurance companies
2
T or F
axis 2 is covered by the insurance companies
false
What is axis 3?
are medical conditions
NAME AXIS
are medical conditions
3
NAME AXIS
obesity
3
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RA
3
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obesity
3
NAME AXIS
high blood pressure
3
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high blood pressure
3
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heart disease
3
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diabetes
3
T or F
obesity is not part of axis 3
false
is obesity part of axis 3?
yes
What is axis 4?
psychosocial and environmental problems
NAME AXIS
are psychosocial and environment problems
4
What are the differ types of axis 4?
(1)economic problems (2)housing problems (3)problems w primary support (4)occupational problems (5)educational problems (6)problems related to the social environment (7)problems related to interaction w the leg system/crime (8)other psychosocial problems (9)problems w access to health care system
NAME AXIS
some of these types include
(1)economic problems (2)housing problems (3)problems w primary support (4)occupational problems (5)educational problems (6)problems related to the social environment (7)problems related to interaction w the leg system/crime (8)other psychosocial problems (9)problems w access to health care system
4
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economic problems
4
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poverty
4
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debit or credit problems
4
NAME AXIS
inadequate welfare or child support
4
NAME AXIS
workmans comp running out
4
NAME AXIS
housing problems
4
NAME AXIS
disagreements w landlord or neighbors
4
NAME AXIS
homelessness
4
NAME AXIS
inadequate housing/dangerous neighborhood
4
NAME AXIS
problems w primary support group
4
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death of relative
4
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illness in relative
4
NAME AXIS
disruption though divorce or seperation or remarriage of parent
4
NAME AXIS
physical or sexual abuse
4
NAME AXIS
disagrements w relatives
4
NAME AXIS
occupational problems
4
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stressful work conditions or shcedule
4
NAME AXIS
change of job
4
dissatisification w job/disagreement s coworkers or supervisor
4
NAME AXIS
possibility of job loss
4
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unemployment
4
NAME AXIS
eduactional problems
4
NAME AXIS
cant get good grades...academic problems
4
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disagreements w classmates or teachers
4
NAME AXIS
iliteracy
4
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poor school environment
4
NAME AXIS
problems related to the social environment
4
NAME AXIS
problems related to interactions w the legal system/crime
4
NAME AXIS
other psychosocial problems
4
NAME AXIS
problems w access to health care systems
4
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loss or death of a friend
4
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accculturation problems
4
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racial or sexual discrimination
4
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retirement
4
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living alone
4
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social isolation
4
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being arrested/incarceration
4
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suing or being sued
4
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being a victim of a crime
4
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exposure to war
4
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natural diasters
4
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inadequate health care services
4
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no health care insurance
4
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unavaliability of transportation of health care services
4
What is axis 5?
GAF
NAME AXIS
GAF
5
(1)reactions are the first sign of fustruaction and needs your attention
physical
What are some ways to maintain self-wareness needed to communicate? (7)
(1)use your body as a baraometer (2)use your feelings are an alarm system (3)take stock of what is important to you (4)pull back periodically and spend time alone (5)learn from the school of hard knocks (6)talk things over w a friend (7)conduct a private investigation
Why is there not a enough housing for mh?
the role of the stigma
What is St. Mary's bevhorial health services in New Jersey?
offers a speaclized resident program where m ill can stay but have rules who where discharged from the state hospital
What are some unsafe situations at the SRPs?
(1)smoking and falling asleep (2)walking across the street w out looking (3)
What are some ways OTs can help transition mh from hostpial to community? (4)
(1)focus on common themes.....communication skills, stress, deal w landlords and roomates, manage money and seek community supoprt (2)do home visits (3)offer a list of local SROs (4)do mock interviews
Why was the DSM-4 was invented>
to talk in the same langauge
T or F
there is one perfect model
false
What does DRG stand for?
donganistic related groups