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Treatment for GAD
Relaxation Training - PMR
CBT - Cog Restructuring
Med Referral
Bx Therapy - Exposure, Pleasurable Activities
Treatment for OCD
CBT - Cog Restructuring, Exposure, Ritual Prevention
Treatment for PTSD
Past-Focused: exposure (trauma narratives)
Present-Focused: CBT (cognitive restructuring, relaxation, grounding, assertiveness training)
PTSD Past-Focused Treatment
Exposure Therapy - education, exposure, breathing retraining, trauma narratives
Cog Restructuring
PTSD Present-Focused Treatment
Cognitive Therapy: cog restructuring
Stress Inoculation Training: greathing, relaxation, psychoeducation, thought stopping, cog restructuring, role-playing, guided imagery
Impulse Control Disorders
CBT
Bulimia Nervosa
CBT
Establish Normal Eating
Address thoughts/beliefs about body shape and weight
Anorexia Nervosa
May need inpatient
CBT or FBT
NO GOOD TREATMENT
Insomnia
CBT: stimulus control, bed restriction, education about sleep, sleep log/diary, sleep hygeine
Med Referral
Borderline Personality Disorder
Dialectical Bx Tx
CBT
DBT: group education, interpersonal skills, distress tolerance, emotion regulation - Ind - problem solving techniques
Social Phobia
Social Skills Training
Relaxation Techniques
Exposure
CBT
Sexual Dysfunction
Med Referral
Psychological Intervention
Specific Phobia
Exposure
Substance Use Disorders
CBT
Community Rf
Contingency Mgt
12 Step Programs
Bx Couples and Family Tx
Parent Management Training for Conduct Disorder
Establish Rules
Pos Rf for Good Bx
Punishment for Bad Bx
Deliver Prompts and Consequences (time out from rf and loss of priv.)
Multisystemic Therapy for Conduct Disorder
Family Tx: Joining, reframing, enactment, paradox, assigning specific tasks
Address effects of childs bx on the system
Cognitive Problem Solving Skills Training for Conduct Disorder
Generate alternate solutions
Id means to ends
Id consequences
Modeling and Practice
Role Playing
Anger Management for Conduct Disorder
Relaxation Training
Social Skills Training
Family Communication and Stress Management
Work with Teachers
Anger Coping Programs
CBT for Schizophrenia
Cog Restructuring
Socratic Questioning
Challenge Dellusions and Hallucinations
Distraction and Displacement
Engage Families
Psychoeducation
Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia
Role Playing
Social Modeling
Pos Rf of Improvement
Coaching and Prompting
In vivo excercises
Homework
ADHD
Bx Therapy
Contingency Mgt
Medicatioin Referral
Parent Training
Work with Teachers
Parent Training for ADHD
positive attention
goals for bx
rf programs
punishments: time out or response cost
changes at school
Conduct Disorder
Parent Training
Multisystemic Tx
Cognitive Problem-Solving Skills Training
Anger Management
Family Therapy
Schizophrenia
Med Referral
Skills Training
Supported Employment
CBT
Behavior Therapy
Social Learning Programs
Assertiveness Training
Major Depression
CBT: increase positive activities, improve social skills, assertiveness training, cognitive restructuring
Med Referral
Treatment for Panic Disorder with or without Agoraphobia
Education
Self-Monitoring
Breathing Retraining
Applied Relaxation - PMR
Cog Restructuring
Exposure: In Vivo or Interoceptive
Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
Individual and Family psychoeducation
CBT: Bx activation and cog restructuring
Referral for Meds
Situational In Vivo Exposure for Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia
Fear Hierarchy
Exposure to Feared Stimulus
Use Coping Skills
Relaxation Training
Treatment for Panic Disorder
Education
Interoceptive Exposure
Cog Restructuring Relaxation Training
Treatment for Specific Phobia
Education
In Vivo Exposure: fear hierarchy, cog restructuring, interoceptive exposure
Treatment for Social Phobia
Social Skills Training
Relaxation Training
Exposure: In vivo or imaginal
Role Play
Cognitive Restructuring
Cluster C Personality Disorders
Avoidant Personality Disorder
Dependent Personality Disorder
Obsessive-Compulsive PD
PD NOS
Cluster B Personality Disorders
Antisocial PD
Borderline PD
Histrionic PD
Narcissistic PD
Cluster A Personality Disorders
Paranoid PD
Schizoid PD
Schizotypal PD
General Criteria for a PD
A.Deviant, enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior as manifested by cognition, affectivity, interpersonal Fx, impulse control
B. Enduring pattern is inflexible and pervasive across mulitple situations
C. Clinical sig distress, impaired functioning
D. Stable, long duration since at least adolescence or early adulthood
E. R/O other mental disorder
F. Not due to substance or GMC
Paranoid PD
distrust and suspiciousness
R/O Schizophrenia, Mood Dx with Psychotic Features, other Psychotic Dx
Schizoid PD
detachment from social relationships and restricted range of expression of emotions in interpersonal settings
R/O Schizophrenia, Mood Disorder with Psychotic Features, other Psychotic Disorder, or Pervasive Dev Dx
Schizotypal PD
social and interpersonal deficits
cognitive or perceptual distortions
R/O Schizophrenia, Mood Dx with Psychotic Features, other Psychotic Disorder, PDD
Antisocial PD
disregard for and violation of rights of others
At least 18 yrs old
Past evidence of CD
R/O Schizophrenia or Manic Episode
Borderline PD
instablity of interpersonal relationships, self-image, and affect
Marked Impulsivity
Histrionic PD
Excessive Emotionality and Attention Seeking
Narcissistic PD
Grandiosity, need for admiration, lack of empathy
Avoidant PD
social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy and hypersensitivity to neg eval
Dependent PD
Need to be taken care of, submissive and clingyness
Obsessive-Compulsive PD
preoccupation with orderliness, perfectionism, mental and interpersonal control
Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Multiple episodes of aggression resulting in assault or destruction of property
Parasomnias
Nightmare Disorder
Sleep Terror Disorder
Sleepwalking Disorder
Parasomnia NOS
Dyssomnias
Primary Insomnia
Primary Hypersomnia
Narcolepsy
Breathing-Related Sleep Disorder
Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder
Dyssomnia NOS
Anorexia Nervosa
Refusal to Maintain Body Weight
Intense fear of weight gain despite being underweight
Disturbed self-perception of weight and shape
Amenorrhea (3 consecutive)
Two Types of Anorexia
Restricting Type
Binge-Eating/Purging Type
Bulimia Nervosa
Binge Eating
Compensatory Bx to prevent weight gain
At least twice a week for 3 mths
Poor self-eval
R/O Anorexia
Types of Bulimia Nervosa
Purging Type
Nonpurging Type
Dissociative Amnesia
Inability to recall important personal information
Dissociative Fuge
Sudden, unexpected travel with inability to recall past
Assumption of new id
Dissociative Identity Disorder
two or more distinct identities or personality states
Depersonalization Disorder
Feeling detached from, outside of body or mental processes
Factitious Disorder
Intentional production of pyhsical/psychological sxs
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Preoccupation with imagined defect in appearance
Hypochondriasis
Preoccupation with fears of having serious disease or illness
Conversion Disorder
Symptoms or deficits affecting voluntary motor or sensory functioning