Mental Disorders. EQ: How can mental disorders be identified?. Anxiety: Phobia OCD Panic PTSD GAD. Sorting Activity. Impulse Control: Compulsive Shopping Gambling Addiction Cutting Kleptomania Pyromania ADD/ADHD. Sorting Activity. Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa
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Mental Disorders EQ: How can mental disorders be identified?
Anxiety: • Phobia • OCD • Panic • PTSD • GAD Sorting Activity
Impulse Control: • Compulsive Shopping • Gambling • Addiction • Cutting • Kleptomania • Pyromania • ADD/ADHD Sorting Activity
Eating Disorders: • Anorexia Nervosa • Bulimia Nervosa • Binging Sorting Activity
Mood Disorders: • Depression • Bipolar Disorder • SAD Sorting Activity
Conduct Disorders: • Stealing • Violence • Truancy • Arson • Vandalism • Cruelty • ODD Sorting Activity
Personality Disorders: • Schizophrenia • Paranoia • MPD Sorting Activity
TYPES OF MENTAL DISORDERS Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, Mood Disorders, Conduct Disorders, Personality Disorders
A condition in which real or imagined fears are difficult to control • Common among children and teens • Try to avoid situations that make them feel anxious or fearful • Examples: • Phobias • OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder • Panic Disorder • PTSD – Post-traumatic Stress Disorder • GAD – Generalized Anxiety Disorder Anxiety Disorders
Leads to unhealthful weight loss and death • Commonly occur during the teen years • Puberty, body changes, and media cause some teens to put pressure on themselves to look a certain way • Common among girls but affect boys, too • Examples: • Bingeing • Anorexia Nervosa • Bulimia Nervosa Eating Disorders
An illness that involves mood extremes that interfere with everyday living • Extreme mood change, energy levels, and behavior • Examples: • Depression • Bipolar Disorder • SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder Mood Disorders
Patterns of behavior in which the rights of others or basic social rules are violated • Examples: • Stealing • Cruelty • Lying • Aggression • Violence • Truancy • Arson • vandalism Conduct Disorders
A disorder in which a person loses contact with reality • Symptoms include delusions and hallucinations • Examples: • Schizophrenia • Paranoia • Multiple Personality Disorder Personality Disorders