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Path. Mental

TermDefinition
PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Disorder related to a delayed response of extreme anxiety resulting from a terrifying or life threatening past event.
Postpartum Depression Depression felt in mothers within 6 months after childbirth.
Agoraphobia Fear of open spaces or crowds.
Panic Attack Sudden brief episode of intense fear and anxiety, which usually peaks within 10 minutes and then slowly subsides.
Major Depressive Disorder Disorder with hallmark symptoms or prolonged periods of profound sadness, with marked hopelessness and a loss of self esteem accompanied by a lack of interest in any activity or loss of interest in interpersonal relationships and feelings that interfere w
Manic/Depressive Disorder Synonym for Bipolar Disorder.
Panic Disorder Disorder of frequent or prolonged panic attacks.
Bipolar Disorder Disorder in which depressive and manic episodes occur, with usually one phase predominating over the other.
Disassociation Coping mechanism in which the client leaves the body or believes past abuse has happened to someone else.
Clinical Depression Synonym for major depressive disorder
Obsessive-compulsive Disorder Disorder characterized by persistent intrusions of upsetting thoughts and uncontrolled urges or rituals that relieve the anxiety these thoughts produce.
Mental Disorder Significant impairment of behavior Or personality that interferes with a persons ability to function.
State-Dependent memory Type of memory triggered by duplication the original position, location or amount of pressure, body movements and/or emotions at the time of an abusive or traumatic event.
Seasonal Affective Disorder Depression that occurs in relation to the seasons, most commonly the winter months when the day length is shorter and less natural sunlight is available.
Phobic disorder Fear of certain objects (spiders, snakes) or specific situations (being in crowds, public speaking) that produce excessive and persistent anxiety.
Arachnophobia Fear of spiders
Generalized Anxiety Disorder Disorder characterized by frequent, persistent worry and anxiety well beyond what is appropriate for a situation.
Mental Health Capacity to cope and adjust to ongoing stresses of everyday life.
Affective State Brief emotional state, such as sadness, fear, joy, and depression.
Mood Sustained emotional state.
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