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psyc.

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Makes living and working difficult maladaptive
vast majority of people do not behave or think this way is statistically rare atypicality
emotional uncomfortable emotionally discomfort
society is uncomfortable with behavior socially unacceptable
-most common of anxiety disorders -irrational fear of a particular object or situation simple(specific) phobia
excessive or unrealistic worry about life circumstances that last for at least six months generalized anxiety disorder
a fear or crowded or public places agoraphobia
mood is normally low, sad and dark mood most of the time. dysthymia
usually hallucinations and delusions paranoid schizophrenic
incoherent in their thought and speech and disorganized in their behavior disorganized schizophrenic
-most obvious symptom is disturbance of movement -may hold unusual body postures catatonic disorder
unhealthy fear of having or the unsubstance belief. person may believe that small symptoms are large medical problems Hypochondriasis
people may experience change in or loss of physical functioning in a major part of the body. -All of the sudden they might not be able to be able to see at night conversion
existence of two or more personalities dissociative identity disorder
forgetting personal information and past events but also by suddenly relocating from home or work and taking on a new identity dissociative fugue
sudden loss of memory, usually following a praticulary stressful or traumatic event dissociative amnesia
detachment from social relationship schizoid
acute discomfort in close realtionships, eccentricities or behavior schizotypical
instability in interpersonal relationships and self-image boderline
excessive emotionally, need for attention histrionic
grandiosity, need for admiration, lack of empathy narcissistic
statistical manual or mental disorders DSM-IV
what is the cause of cognitive according to the becks's cognitive may ask questions that may lead patient to realize incorrect attributions
what is the cause of cognitive according to the rational emotive based on their belief and anxiety and depression often stem form irrational and self defeating beliefs
what does cognitive seek to change? change the way client interprets events
A. therapist teahces patient to relax b. patient and therapist come up with a hiearchy of behaviors systematic desensitization
what is the role of of a therapist in humanisitic? focus on persons conscious self perceptions rather than therapist interceptions
what does psychoanalytic seek to uncover to bring repressed feelings into conscious awareness so that the patient can deal with the,
how long does psychoanalytic last years
what is causing this disorder according to psychoanalytic approach? repressed impulses and conflicts of childhood
Created by: abilger