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Psychology 220 Unit 8: Classifying Mental Disorders, continued. David Rude, MA, CPC. Behavior Therapy. Use of learning principles to make constructive changes in behavior Deep insight is not necessary Focus on the present Cannot change the past No reason to alter that which has yet to occur

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Psychology 220 unit 8 classifying mental disorders continued

Psychology 220Unit 8: Classifying Mental Disorders, continued

David Rude, MA, CPC


Behavior therapy

Behavior Therapy

  • Use of learning principles to make constructive changes in behavior

    • Deep insight is not necessary

    • Focus on the present

      • Cannot change the past

      • No reason to alter that which has yet to occur

    • People learned to be the way they are

      • They can relearn more appropriate behaviors


Aversion therapy

Aversion Therapy

  • Associate a strong aversion to an undesirable habit like smoking, overeating, or drinking alcohol

    • EX: Rapid Smoking

    • Antabuse for alcoholism


Desensitization

Desensitization

  • Systematic desensitization

    • Reduction in fear, anxiety, or aversion brought about by planned exposure to aversive stimuli.

  • Hierarchy

    • Rank-ordered series of steps

    • Begin with least offensive and gradually move to more threatening stimuli


Cognitive therapy

Cognitive Therapy

  • Cognitive therapy

    • Change thinking patterns that lead to problematic behaviors or emotions

    • Focus is on

      • Self-talk

        • Distorted thinking in Unit 3

      • Beliefs

        • Stated

        • Core


Adjustment disorders

Adjustment Disorders

  • Adjustment Disorders

    • Emotional disturbance caused by on-going stressors within the range of common experience

    • Person is pushed beyond ability to cope effectively


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Adjustment Disorders

  • Symptoms

    • Sleep disturbances

    • Irritability

    • Anxiety

    • Apathy

    • Depression

    • Loss of appetite,

    • Other physical complaints

  • Symptoms disappear when life circumstances improve


Adjustment disorders2

Adjustment Disorders

  • Differs from anxiety disorders

    • Outward symptoms are similar

    • Adjustment disorders

      • Disappear when a person’s life circumstance improve

    • Anxiety disorders

      • Generate their own misery, regardless of what’s happening around them

      • Autonomous to circumstances


Panic disorder

Panic Disorder

  • Agoraphobia

    • Fear that something extremely embarrassing will happen if they leave home or enter an unfamiliar situation

    • Now refers simply to avoidance behavior

      • Usually described as Panic Disorder.


Panic disorder1

Panic Disorder

  • Panic attack

    • Period of intense anxiety that occurs for no rational reason

    • Anxiety or fear is not

      • In response to a situation that tends to cause anxiety or fear in most people

      • Due to an organic cause

  • Panic Disorder

    • Intense irrational fear that a panic attack will occur in a public place or unfamiliar situations.

    • If they avoid places that frighten them it is called Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia.


Panic disorder2

Panic Disorder

  • Symptoms

    • Shortness of breath or smothering sensations.

    • Choking.

    • Palpitations or accelerated heart rate (tachycardia).

    • Chest pain or discomfort.

    • Sweating.

    • Dizziness, unsteady feelings, or faintness.

    • Nausea or abdominal distress

    • continued on next page


Panic disorder3

Panic Disorder

  • Feelings of unreality (depersonalization or de-realization).

  • Numbness or tingling sensations

  • Flushes (hot flashes) or chills.

  • Trembling or shaking

  • Fear of becoming seriously ill or dying.

  • Fear of going crazy or of doing something uncontrolled.


Panic disorder4

Panic Disorder

  • Seven factors that interact to create a person’s personality.

    • Family values and beliefs

    • Methods of discipline

    • Adult role models

    • Place within the family constellation.

    • Biological inheritance.

    • Social conditions

    • Meaning you gave to each of the above


Treating panic disorder

Treating Panic Disorder

  • Four basic skills

    • Understanding what produces and maintains excessive anxiety

    • Learn anxiety and stress reduction skills.

      • Cue controlled relaxation

      • Copying self-statements

      • Diaphragmatic breathing

      • Distraction (redirection)


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Treating Panic Disorder

  • Moderating beliefs, habitual thinking patterns, and personality traits that generate excessive anxiety.

    • Perfectionism

    • Excessive need for approval

  • Using exposure and other behavioral approaches to overcome self-defeating behaviors associated with anxiety


Treating panic disorder2

Treating Panic Disorder

  • Two keys to long-term recovery

    • View anxiety as a messenger

      • Learning to hear the message it brings.

    • “Normalizing” yourself


False beliefs and perfectionism

False Beliefsand Perfectionism

  • Perfection is possible

    • Perfection by definition is impossible.

    • If my goal is perfection I’m guaranteed failure.

    • Perfection is a direction, not a place.

  • My value is determined by my achievements

    • Separate my value from the value of the things I do


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False Beliefsand Perfectionism

  • Mistakes are awful

    • Mistakes are a natural part of the learning process.

    • Most mistakes are not that important.

    • Mistakes are gifts of wisdom.

    • I made a mistake, I am not a mistake.


Perfectionism

Perfectionism

  • Three steps for effective problem solving when mistakes are made

    • What happened?

    • Can it be corrected?

    • What can I do differently next time?

      • What can I learn from this?


Excessive need for approval

Excessive Need for Approval

  • Coping self-statements used to challenge

    • I don’t need everyone’s approval.

    • Most of the disapproval I receive has little or nothing to do with me.

    • In the long run, the people who matter to me will accept me as I am, those who don’t, don’t


Generalized anxiety disorder gad

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

    • At least six months of chronic, unrealistic, or excessive anxiety

  • Three steps for dealing with worry

    • What are the odds?

    • How bad would it be?

    • Plan

      • 1)Prevent

      • 2)Cope


Specific phobias

Specific Phobias

  • Specific Phobias

    • Irrational, persistent fears, anxiety, and avoidance that focus on specific objects, activities, or situations

    • People with phobias realize fears are unreasonable and excessive

      • Cannot control them

    • Usually disrupts daily life


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Specific Phobias

  • Types

    • Animal: dog, spider, snake

    • Natural environment: heights, storms, water

    • Blood, injection, injury, medical procedures

    • Situational: specific situation such as elevators or bridges

    • Other: wide range such as vomiting, catching a disease


Social phobia

Social Phobia

  • Social Phobia

    • Intense, irrational fear of being observed, evaluated, humiliated, or embarrassed by others in social situations

      • crowds, public speaking, urinating in public restrooms, eating out, signing name

    • Key issue: fear of being scrutinized by others


Obsessive compulsive disorder ocd

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Extreme preoccupation

    • With certain thoughts

    • Compulsive performance of certain behaviors

  • Obsession

    • Recurring images or thoughts that a person cannot prevent

    • Cause anxiety and extreme discomfort


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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Obsession (continued)

    • Enter into consciousness against the person’s will

    • Most common:

      • Being dirty

      • Wondering if you performed an action (turned off the stove)

      • Committing immoral acts


Obsessive compulsive disorder ocd2

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

  • Compulsion

    • Irrational acts that person feels compelled to repeat against his/her will

    • Help to control anxiety created by obsessions

    • Common types

      • Checking

      • Cleaners

      • Rituals

        Watch video on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


Stress disorders

Stress Disorders

  • Stress Disorders

    • Occur when stresses outside range of normal human experience cause major emotional disturbance

  • Some common symptoms

    • Reliving traumatic event repeatedly

    • Avoiding reminders of the event

    • Numbing of emotions

    • Hyper-vigilence


Stress disorders1

Stress Disorders

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – watch video

    • lasts more than one month after the traumatic event has occurred

    • may last for years

    • Typically associated with combat and violent crimes (rape, assault, etc.)

    • May be delayed


Stress disorders2

Stress Disorders

  • Acute Stress Disorder

    • Psychological disturbance lasting up to one month following stresses from a traumatic event


Stress disorders3

Stress Disorders

  • Acute Stress Disorder

    • Psychological disturbance lasting up to one month following stresses from a traumatic event


Mood disorders

Mood Disorders

  • Mood disorder

    • Major disturbances in mood or emotions such as depression or mania

  • Two general types

    • Depressive

    • Bi-polar

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Major mood disorders

Major Mood Disorders

  • Major Depressive Disorder:

    • A mood disorder where the person has suffered one or more intense episodes of depression

    • Everything looks bleak and hopeless

    • Suffering is intense

    • Biology


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Major Mood Disorders

Bipolar Disorders

Bipolar I Disorder

  • Extreme mania and deep

    depression

  • Mania

  • Excited, hyperactive,

    energetic, loud, grandiose

    behavior

  • May experience affective

    psychosis

    Bipolar II Disorder

  • Person is mainly sad but has one or more hypomanic episodes

    (mild mania)


Treatment of mood disorders

Treatment of Mood Disorders

  • Two main treatments

    • Antidepressants

    • Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT)

  • Others

    • Anticonvulsives for Bipolar I

    • Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) for Major Depression


Other mood disorders

Other Mood Disorders

  • Dysthymic Disorder

    • Moderate depression that lasts for at least two years

  • Cyclothymic Disorder

    • Moderate manic and depressive behavior that lasts for at least two years


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Other Mood Disorders

  • Reactive Depression

    • Depression is greater than typical depression

    • Triggered by a major failure, loss or setback


Psychology 220 unit 8 classifying mental disorders continued

Depression

Mania

Dysthymic disorderBipolar I

Cyclothymic disorder Bipolar II

Reactive depressionMajor depressive disorder


Psychology 220 unit 8 classifying mental disorders continued

Depression

Mania

B - Dysthymic disorderC + D - Bipolar I

C - Cyclothymic disorder C - Bipolar II

B - Reactive depressionA - Major depressive disorder


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