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Extreme patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving that are different from a person’s culture. Personality Disorders. Types of PD’s. Begin early in life and generally do not change Cause significant problems in life and personal distress Cluster A = suspicious Cluster B = emotional and

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Extreme patterns of thinking feeling and behaving that are different from a person s culture

Extreme patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving that are different from a person’s culture

Personality Disorders


Types of pd s
Types of PD’s different from a person’s culture

  • Begin early in life and generally do not change

  • Cause significant problems in life and personal distress

  • Cluster A = suspicious

  • Cluster B = emotional and

  • impulsive

  • Cluster C = anxious


Suspicious paranoid
Suspicious: Paranoid different from a person’s culture

  • suspicious, feel others are against them

  • sensitive to rejection and hold grudges

  • see hidden messages in other's comments

  • appear cold and serious

  • How might this person react to being

    randomly pulled over by the police?


Suspicious schizoid
Suspicious: Schizoid different from a person’s culture

  • emotionally cold

  • prefer own company, loners

  • no need for friends, sex

  • have fantasy world

  • Question: Why wouldn't this

    person feel lonely?


Suspicious schizotypal
Suspicious: Schizotypal different from a person’s culture

  • odd ideas, magical thinking

  • difficulties with thinking

  • lack of emotion.

  • may see or hear strange things

  • a distant cousin of schizophrenia

  • Question: What would you

    guess that magical thinking is?


Emotional antisocial
Emotional: different from a person’s cultureAntiSocial

  • no care for feelings of other

  • easily frustrated and aggressive

  • avoid intimacy – relationship are only for self gain.


Psychopathy antisocial
Psychopathy: Antisocial different from a person’s culture

  • lack of feeling for others - no remorse

  • use and manipulate other people

  • Human Predators

  • No conscience

  • early behavior problems

  • Questions: What early behavioral

    Problems might there be?


Emotional borderline
Emotional: Borderline different from a person’s culture

  • emotionally unstable

  • impulsive

  • low self-worth

  • everything is “good” or “bad”

  • intense, unstable relationships

  • self-harm

  • Question: Why do you think this type of person is prone to slashing?


Emotional histrionic
Emotional: Histrionic different from a person’s culture

  • over dramatic and self-centred

  • show strong emotions which change and don’t last

  • crave new things, excitement.

  • attention seeking- seeks reassurance

  • very seductive - "the life of the party"


Emotional narcissistic
Emotional: Narcissistic different from a person’s culture

  • strong sense of self-importance

  • dream of power, success

  • crave attention of others, no warm feelings in return

  • exploits and manipulates others

  • exaggerates/lies about accomplishments

  • sensitive to criticism


Anxious obsessive compulsive
Anxious: Obsessive-Compulsive different from a person’s culture

  • worry, doubt

  • perfectionist - rigid - workaholic

  • worry about doing wrong thing

  • high moral standards - judgmental of others

  • obsessed with trivial details

  • humorless

  • Question: Why would this person be so quick to judge others?


Anxious avoidant
Anxious: Avoidant different from a person’s culture

  • anxious, tense

  • insecure, feelings of inferiority

  • have to be liked, accepted

  • sensitive to criticism.

  • scared of social situations, but lonely

  • Question: What kind of early trauma might have resulted in this disorder?


Anxious dependent
Anxious: Dependent different from a person’s culture

  • passive - rely on others to make decisions

  • feel incompetent

  • feel abandoned by others

  • submissive, clingy behavior

  • fear of separation

  • Why might this type of person have problems with relationships?


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