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Borderline Personality Disorder Must have 5+: unstable relationships & self-image, frantic effort to avoid abandonment, impulsive behavior, SA, spending,recurrent SI & feeling of emptiness, inappropriate/intense anger, self mutilation, stress-related paranoia. see as all good or all bad
ADHD Requires symptoms to occur in at lest two different settings or situations. Symptoms can increse under stressful situations or can decrease when controlled. failure to remain attentive.
Adjustment Disorder Maladaptive reaction to an indefinable source of stress such as a death in family or divorce, onset of symptoms w. in 3 months of source of stress - duration maybe up to 6 months.
Substance Induced Mood/Aniexty disorder panic attack, depression from use or with drawl of substance
Conduct Disorder vs. Antisocial Disorder Conduct under 18 yo around 12-13 yo Antisocial in adult. Law and rule breaking, lacking emotions, not concern for consequences.
Examples of Reaction Disorders PTSD, Acute stress discored, adujustment disorder, Berevement.
Examples of Chronic Disorders All personality disorders- schizophreania, dysthymic, Gernralized anxiety, somatization
Classic Symptoms of Depression changes in appetite, wt, sleep, fatigue, energy decrease, decrease in sexual desire and function
Factitious Disorder vs Malingering Malingerer fakes or produces symptoms in order to obtain an external reward or achieve a goal. Factitious disorder the pt produces symptoms due to a psychological need to adopt the 'sick role'.
Schizotypal Personality Disorder Magical thinking associated w/ this disorder
Hyperthyrodism vs Hypothyrodism Hyper - can mimic symptoms of mania,Hypo- can mimic depression
Delirium vs Dementia Delirium- change in level of consciousness, rapid onset, cause-med condition or SA- seen in med emergency. Dementia- disturbance in memory impairment & cognitive impairment associate w/ Alzheimer’s- over time worsens, medical condition result of strokes
Cluster A - "Odd and Eccentric" Personality Disorders Paranoid, Schizotypal and Schizoid
Cluster B - Dramatic emotional, erratic personality disorders Borderline, Antisocial, histrionic, narcissistic
Cluster C - Anxious and fearful personality disorders Avoidant, dependent, obssessive-compulsive
Dissociation Disturbance or change in the usual integrative functions of memory, identity, perceptions or consciousness. Seen in patients w/ trauma
Comorbid Existing with or at the same time: EX having two illnesses at the same time
Contraindicated Not recommended not safe
Endogenous Depression Depression caused by a BIOchemical imbalance rather than psychosocial stressor or external factor
Exogenous Depression Caused by an EXtrenal event or psychosoical stress
Folie a Deux Shared Delusion. a person may develop a delusional system as a result of a close relationship with a person who already has an established delusional system
Hypomanic elevated expanisve irraitbale mood, not full-blown manic.
Postmorbid Subsequent to onset of illness
Premorbid Prior to the onset of an illness
Promomal a period of time before the onset of a serious illness during which there maybe subtle symptoms.
Schizophrenia 2+ symptoms during a 6-mth period. delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech or behavior, poverty of speech, inappropriate behavior, pacing, rocking, depersonalization, loss of interest-anhedonia, sleep/appetite disturbance
Major Depression 5+ symptoms for a 2 wk period & change in functioning. Must have depressed mood. wt loss/gain, insomnia/hypersomnia, psychomotor agitation, feelings of worthlessness, lacks concentration, recurrent thoughts of death w/ or w/out plan.
NOS Category Not otherwise specified. doesn’t meet all criteria but has symptoms in patterns Ex. psychotic Disorder - NOS or Dementia - NOS
PIE System Person in Environment - a more comprehensive view of client. focus on axis 4 - psychosocial
Mental status exam in assessment - includes appearance, memory, orientation, alertness, thought process, similar to medical exam
Dissociative Identity Disorder formerly mult. personality disorder - has been renamed
Axis I Mental disorders, clinical syndromes and V codes. Maybe more than one diagnosis, includes developmental delays.
Axis II Only personality disorders & Mental retardation. personality traits or habitual use of a particular defense mech
Axis I and II Specify serity of disorder- mild, moderate, server- in remission. Note specificers and subtypes-
Axis III General Medical Conditions
Axis IV (4) Psychosocial and Environmental problems - housing, job, relationships, finances...
Axis V GAF rate - 1 lowest 100 highest. can be a scale if reflecting a time period.
What are Wernickes Encephalopathy and Korsakoffs syndrome? Vit B deficiency associated w chronic abuse of alcohol. can lead to memory loss- treatment is to administer thiamine
What is a mascot the role of a child in a family with alcohol use/abuse/dependency child remains funny and caring to alleviate pain of suffering members
Substance Abuse vs. Dependency Abuse impairment of life- problems in relationships, job, legal. Dependency- must have tolerance or withdrawal symptoms - major impairment on life
What is antabuse Medication produces highly unpleasant side effects flushing, nausea, vomiting, hypotension and anxiety if patient drinks. Form of aversion therapy.
What is Methadone Synthetic narcotic taken instead of opiates can be legally prescribed. Patient uses it to detox from opiates or on a daily basis as a substitute for heroin
What two diagnosis always need meds? Schizophrenia and Bi-polar
What age group has the highest suicide rate? Age 65 plus - highest rate white men over 85 years old
Which gender has the higher suicide rate? Men, 4 times more likely to be successful. Females are more likely to attempt.
How does sexual orientation effect suicide? LGBT youth are 2 to 3 times more likely to commit suicide than other youths. 30 percent of attempted or completed suicides are related to sexual identity
What should be used to treat OCD Tricyclic, antidepressants, MAOIs, SSRI's, fluvoxamine, luvox, zoloft
What should be used to treat general anxiety disorder Benzodiazepines- safer than barbiturates - less addictive, ex, Valium, librium, ativan, tranxene,
What are the side effects of benzodiazepines Impaired muscle coordination, psychomotor functions , impairment of short term memory
What is the strongest predictive factor of developing an alcohol problem family history
6 stages of referral process clarify need or purpose, researching resources, discuss ad select options w/ client, Planning initial contact, initial contact between client and referral sources, follow-up
Stages of helping relationship Beginning/middle/end. Contact, contract, action, termination
Problem solving process engagement. gathering info. assessing and diagnosis. goal setting. intervention. evaluation. termination
Interventive Skills Relationships, helping - problem solving, resource finding and linking, use of professional self, working with diff systems - individual, group, communities
Systems Theory concept of interacting parts contained w/in boundaries.
Transactional term client-worker unit of attention is explain to include life space or field of relevant systems. Humans viewed as active, purposeful, goal-seeking organisms,
Entropy no energy from outside, using up its own energy and expiring closed system
Negative Entropy counter acting entropy, successful use of available energy
Feedback when output from systems is put back into system
6 stages of referral process clarify need or purpose, researching resources, discuss ad select options w/ client, Planning initial contact, initial contact between client and referral sources, follow-up
Stages of helping relationship Beginning/middle/end. Contact, contract, action, termination
Problem solving process engagement. gathering info. assessing and diagnosis. goal setting. intervention. evaluation. termination
Interventive Skills Relationships, helping - problem solving, resource finding and linking, use of professional self, working with diff systems - individual, group, communities
Systems Theory concept of interacting parts contained w/in boundaries.
Transactional term client-worker unit of attention is explain to include life space or field of relevant systems. Humans viewed as active, purposeful, goal-seeking organisms,
Entropy no energy from outside, using up its own energy and expiring closed system
Negative Entropy counter acting entropy, successful use of available energy
Feedback when output from systems is put back into system
Gestalt Therapy use of dramatization, process oriented, focus on awareness, self regulation. Focus on present. responsibility for thoughts/feelings/actions. Not for pt w/ impulses or no self control. Uses group process/empty chair/role playing/directed awareness.
Transactional Analysis life script- I’m ok- youre okay (4 versions) Game analysis, life positions, script treatment
Postmodern Model Movement based on the premise that truth is not absolute. In reaction to modernism committed to using scientific inquiry in search of universal laws and truths that would explain natural phenomena
Narrative Therapy Postmodern - no objective reality. People construct knowledge about themselves & social reaction. we create our own stories. goal to help clts deconstruct lives & stories. & change stories so they can discover new realities & truths for themselves.
Client centered therapy Nondirective human beings are basically good. people have a force in life motivation. is a humanistic / existential model
Gestalt Therapy use of dramatization, process oriented, focus on awareness, self regulation. Focus on present. responsibility for thoughts/feelings/actions. Not for pt w/ impulses or no self control. Uses group process/empty chair/role playing/directed awareness.
Transactional Analysis life script- I’m ok- youre okay (4 versions) Game analysis, life positions, script treatment
Postmodern Model Movement based on the premise that truth is not absolute. In reaction to modernism committed to using scientific inquiry in search of universal laws and truths that would explain natural phenomena
Narrative Therapy Postmodern - no objective reality. People construct knowledge about themselves & social reaction. we create our own stories. goal to help clts deconstruct lives & stories. & change stories so they can discover new realities & truths for themselves.
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