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Antisocial Personality Disorder Frequent physical fights or assaults; irresponsibility; deceitfulness; reckless disregard for safety; impulsive behavior; lack of remores.
Histrionic Personality Disorder Constant demands for approval, exaggeration of emotion; discomfort when not the center of attention; sexual seductiveness; use of physical appearance for attention; speech lacks details; relationships intimate when their not; view self as impressive
Paranoid Personality Disorder Non-delusional paranoia; unjustified doubts; misreading harmless remarks; quick reactions of anger; holding grudges; expectation of being exploited; unjustified questions (fidelity of partner).
Avoidant Personality Disorder Fear of ridicule; social inhibited; poor self-image; focused others will criticize/reject in social situations; avoid new activities; reluctance for personal risk; restraint with intimate relationships; desire for social relationship; feeling lonely.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder sense of entitlement; uses others for personal gain; grandiosity; belief being special; need for lots of admiration; lack of empathy; envious of others; belief others envious of them; fantasies of success; arrogance.
Schizoid Personality Disorder Detached of social relationships; prefer being alone; flat affect; lack of close friends; lack of sexual desire; indifference to opinion of others; lack of pleasure in activities
Schizotypal Personality Disorder Inappropriate/constricted affect; irrational beliefs; magical thinking; ideas of reference; extreme social anxiety; illusions; lack of close friends; paranoid ideations; eccentric appearance.
Borderline Personality Disorder Unstable relationships; mix of idealization & devaluation; feeling of emptiness; mood reactivity; angry outbursts followed by shame/guilt; impulsivity that is self-damaging; avoid of abandonment; suicidal threats; identity disturbance; transient paranoia
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder Focus w/details, rules, or organization; perfectionism; stubbornness; insistence things "go their way"; overly conservative w/money; devotion to work, reluctance to delegate; inflexibility with morals, ethics, values; difficulty discarding of things.
Dependent Personality Disorder constant need for advice; need others to be responsible; trouble doing things independently; lack of self-confidence; feeling helpless; trouble disagreeing w/ others; need for approval; focus being left to take care of oneself.
Autism Spectrum Disorder First seen at young at 0-5; relies on fixed routine; deficient w/ communication; Hyper or Hypo to sound; non-verbal; no eye contact; Not accepting toy; no companion play; limited or no play; repetitive behavior.
Social (Pragmatic Communication Disorder) Non-Commitment; No repetitive Behavior or speech.
Specified learning Disorder Difficulty with learning skills, age-appropriate for certain topics (i.e., math and science); Process for learning different ways.
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) Presents before age 12; occurs in adults who have history at age 12; symptom context with school, work, or home; cannot sustain attention & frequent interrupt; little organization; constant fidgeting & always moving; trouble complete task and attention.
Pica Disorder Symptom of eating dirt, carpeting, etc.
Rumination Disorder Repeated reputation thought on a constant basis.
Language Disorder Children 0 to 5 years trouble building vocabulary; child doesn't know numbers; respond in simple sentences; drop words; no stuttering; refer to Psychologist.
Child on Set Fluency Disorder 0-5 years stuttering and broken words.
Tourette's Disorder Motor & vocal tics; hand/facial tics; vocal: use of words and noise; refer to Psychologist.
Persistent Motor/Vocal Tic Disorder Frequent motor or vocal tics
Encopresis Older than age 4 years with swelling underwear full of feces and pattern of not using toilet; sign of trauma.
Enuresis Older than 5 years with frequent pattern of urination; sign of trauma.
Separation Anxiety Attached to caregiver or spouse; common w/ children 4 weeks or older; focus around the caregiver.
Generalized Anxiety Pattern of constant worry about multiple things at once; multiple domains (i.e., tremors, insomnia, psycho-motor agitation; low-appetite;
Selective Mutism Refusal to speak in certain situations; not speaking at home; comfortable at home.
Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) Specified anxiety in social context; fear of social situations; withdrawn social behavior; avoidance with people don't know.
Reactive Attachment Disorder Often for children with multiple caregivers; child is withdrawn; limited affect; irritability; pattern of sitting in the corner; child displays little excitement or reaction.
Dishinhibited Social Engagement Disorder Often for children with multiple caregivers; child will stand out with odd behavior; overly comfortable with strangers; no display of boundaries; attaches easily with strangers.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder Children under the after of 16 years; defiant to everything requested; constant argumentative; child doesn't due what is asked; pattern of law breaking activity; lack of remorse; child precursor leads to Borderline Personality Disorder.
Conduct disorder Pattern of violating personal rights of others; Pattern of picking fights with others; doesn't due what is asked; precursor that leads to Anti-Social Personality Disorder.
Disruptive Mood Disregulation Disorder 6-10 years; recurrent outburst 3 or more times a week; constant temper tantrums; Bipolar symptoms with children.
Brief Psychotic Disorder Delusional thinking; hallucinations; disorganized thought pattern; lack of emotional affect (Avolution) for one month or less.
Schizopheniform Disorder Delusional thinking; hallucinations; disorganized thought pattern; lack of emotional affect (Avolution) for one to six month in duration.
Schizophrenia Disorder Delusional thinking; hallucinations; disorganized thought pattern; lack of emotional affect (Avolution) for six months or more.
Major Depressive Disorder At least 2 weeks; reports feeling of hopelessness; can't enjoy things they use to; lack of motivation; low-energy; sleep too little or too much; decreased appetite and sudden weight changes when not dieting; pattern of suicidal ideations.
Unspecified Depressive Mood Disorder Does not meet the full criteria for Major Depressive disorder; experiences some symptoms with mild or low functioning.
Persistent Depressive Disorder or Dysthymia Symptoms occur in for at least two years in adults and one year in children; not as impactful as Major Depressive disorder. Experience feeling of hopelessness, low-energy, lack of motivation, insomnia or hypersomnia, and changes in appetite/weight.
Bipolar 1 Manic Phase; elevated mood; positive or irritable mood; risk taking behavior (i.e., sex with strangers, spending spree, fights); lack of sleep; deny manic; cycle of depressive symptoms.
Bipolar 2 Hypomanic episode and MDD symptoms; mild mania; duration 4 days of less; usual no severe problems compared to full manic episode.
Cyclothymic disorder Present for at least two years; evidence of hypomanic with low level depression.
Schizoaffective Psychosis always present (i.e., Delusional thoughts, hallucinations, disorganized thought process, avolution) with fluctuation in mood.
Mood Disorder with Psychotic Features The client displays mood content with fluctuating Psychosis (i.e., Delusional thoughts, hallucinations, disorganized thought process, avolution).
Adjustment Disorder Emotional response to event in the last three months; reaction to environment; not longer than six months
Panic Disorder Unpredictable panic; feeling like they are going to die; mirror a heart attack; reshapes life.
Agoraphobia Fear of going outside in public; fear of crowds.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Obsessive thoughts about something and behavior in response to thoughts (i.e., washing hands, checking lights, etc.) psychomotor agitation.
Post Traumatic stress Disorder Experience life threatening event; symptoms one month or more; intrusive thoughts (i.e., nightmares, uncontrollable responses); insomnia, risk taking behavior; Avoidance of events, people or places; agitation; negative world view; paranoia; mood swings.
Acute Stress Disorder Experience stressor with following symptoms in less than one month; intrusive thoughts (i.e., nightmares, mood swings); insomnia, risk taking behavior; Avoidance of events, people or places; agitation; negative world view; paranoia.
Anxiety Uspecified Pattern of consistent anxiety that is less severe for less than six months; anxiety does not fit the criteria or event.
Delirium Very quick progression of confusion; decline in cognitive processing; Due to medical infection; memory impairment; illusions or hallucinations; last hours to days; needs medical assessment.
Major Neurocognitive Disorder Serious decline in cognitive functioning; decline in memory, thought process; visual hallucinations; on a continuum.
Mild Neurocognitive Disorder Precursor to Major; emotional decline; can manager ADL's with difficulty; mild memory loss; similar to Major depressive disorder with older adults.
Somatic Symptom Disorder Intense fear about an illness; no health issue; symptoms persist for at least 6 months
Illness Anxiety Disorder Pattern of fear about a physical illness for at least 6 months; individual has a health related illness.
Conversion Disorder Similar to Somatic issue that converts to physical symptoms with no medical evidence; emotional trauma becomes a physical sensation.
Factitious Disorder Individual likes attention of being sick and cared for.
Malingering Fake illness to get out of something; fakes illness for the gain or avoidance of something.
Factitious by Proxy Likes taking care of others; individual will purposefully get someone else sick to take care of them (i.e., parent gets child sick on purpose) for a sense of purpose.
Anorexia Nervosa Individual restricts diet intake; Eats less than minimal nutrition needed; fear of gaining weight; excessive exercising; chronically low BMI levels.
Bulima Nervosa Pattern of Binge eating; sense of feeling "out of control"; recurrent purging; use of diet pills; excessive exercising.
Body Dysmorphic Individual has extreme displeasure about body features; not weight related.
Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder Individual reports feeling in a dream like state; experience reality outside their body; surreal experiences; trauma related.
Dissociative Amenisa Individual has pattern of suddenly forgetting of important information; usually reaction to significant trauma; Can remember personal information.
Dissociative Identification Disorder individual reports having multiple personalities; person has 2 or more personalities to cope with trauma; individual cannot remember other states; related to trauma at a young age.
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