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    Social Phobias Definition: Also called Social Anxiety Disorder is characterized by the client having feelings of being judged by others and being embarrassed publicly. Patient has overwhelming anxiety and excessive self-consciousness in everyday social situations. Patients often experience low self-esteem and depression that lasts for days or weeks before the event or situation. In some cases it can be as extreme to affect his/her job, school, or social life. Causes: Familial history: having a parent or immediate family member that has been diagnosed with social phobias. Contributing Factors: Negative experiences: clients who were teased, bullied, rejected, ridiculed, or humiliated as a child are more susceptible to social phobias Temperament:…

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    self-consciousness and anxiety are out of control. A student won't attend her classes on the first day because she knows in some classes the teachers will make students introduce themselves. Just thinking about sitting there, waiting for her turn to introduce herself to a roomful of strangers who will stare at her makes…

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    Social Anxiety Disorder or (Social Phobia) is an anxiety disorder in which an individual has a fear of embarrassing situations in public. Getting nervous in certain situations is a usually common occurrence like stage fright or preparing for a job interview but people with social anxiety disorder it is more than being shy or nervous it is a burden that disrupts your life. Individuals that have Social Phobia anxiety is so severe that they tend to avoid any and every situation that may elicit a…

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    Studying Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) or in others words, social phobia, is extremely important because like other mental disorders, it should be taken seriously. SAD is the third most common mental health disorder in the United States and it affects women more than men (NCBI). SAD research will help us learn more about the effects of SAD, and with enough knowledge it will help to find effective ways of treatment. A person with SAD usually has the fear of being judged or evaluated negatively by…

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    According to The Social Anxiety Association, social anxiety disorder (SAD) is defined as having a fear of social situations that involve interaction(s) with other people. People with social anxiety fear being negatively judged and evaluated by other people. They often have a misperception of themselves, including their appearance and self-worth (Richards 2013). Social anxiety is the third largest mental health care problem in the world, effecting about 7% of the population (Richards 2013). …

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    criteria for Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia); code F40.10, based on the symptoms listed in the DSM-5. Nadine also met applicable symptoms for Social Exclusion or Rejection (Z60.4, V62.4). Social Exclusion or Rejection is described as a category that “…should be used where there is an imbalance of social power such that there is a recurrent social exclusion or rejection by others; being targeted by others for verbal abuse and humiliation; and being purposefully excluded from the…

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    According to Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders fifth edition (DSM-5), social anxiety disorder is associated with fear or anxiety regarding one or more social situations to which an individual may be exposed to possible negative judgment by others. These fears or anxieties are out of proportion to the actual threat presented by the social situation. For social anxiety order to be diagnosed the fear, anxiety or avoidance of social situations must be persistent for at least six…

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    Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is also known as social phobia that people are feared of being criticized by others or the fear of being negative evaluated. People with SAD are insecure, fearful, and withdrawn. A person with SAD has an excessive and unreasonable fear of social situations. SAD can interrupt with the affected person’s normal daily routine such as school, work, and relationships. It affects everything in these individual’s life. Social anxiety disorder has strong effects on social…

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    Anxiety disorders are becoming increasingly common in society, and are characterized by common symptoms of fear over future events or the consequences of current ones. This fear is often debilitating in the afflicted person, and is a hindrance to normative behaviour. Certain anxiety disorders originate in childhood and adolescence, and they may persist into adulthood without treatment. One anxiety disorder with particularly negative implications is social anxiety disorder. Social anxiety…

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    are some that have this feeling and face these trial every single day. These citizens could be living with a disorder that can hinder not only their social lives, but life in their career field and hinder how they live their lives. Social Anxiety Disorder as classified by the DSM-V is when the patient has a fear that is considered to be out of proportion to normality for any duration of time, but usually lasting somewhere along the lines of six months or longer. Originally the diagnosis was only…

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