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Title: ACHIEVING MENTAL


1
ACHIEVING MENTAL EMOTIONAL HEALTH
  • MENTAL DISORDERS

2
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • MENTAL DISORDERS an illness of the mind that
    can affect the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
    of a person
  • prevents one from leading a happy, healthy and
    productive life
  • People who suffer from a MENTAL DISORDER are
    often identified by their inability to copy in
    healthy ways with lifes changes, demands,
    problems or traumas

3
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • ROAD TO RECOVERY begins with identifying the
    problem.
  • SEVERITY of symptoms SEVERITY of disease
  • Each year, 20 of U.S. population (54 million
    people) are affected by some form of MENTAL
    DISORDER

4
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • Behaviors - classified by the American
    Psychiatric Association (APA)
  • CLASSIFIED 2 types
  • ORGANIC caused by a physical illness or an
    injury that affects the brain
  • FUNCTIONAL a psychological cause and does not
    involve brain damage

5
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • ORGANIC DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • DEMENTIA
  • DELIRIUM
  • Mental illness that involves impaired brain
    function due to chemical imbalance or physical
    abnormality.
  • DEMENTIA severe and irreversible loss of mental
    ability
  • DELIRIUM condition of rapid confusion and lose
    of awareness of the environment

6
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • AUTISM
  • ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER (ADD)
  • Can START to show signs in early childhood.
  • AUTISM rare childhood disorder the child is
    emotionally unresponsive and detached from their
    surroundings
  • ADD common disorder characterized by a childs
    inability to maintain concentration

7
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • MOOD DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • CLINICAL DEPRESSION
  • MANIC DEPRESSION (BIPOLAR)
  • Mental illness where a single, often painful,
    mood rules the personality.
  • Can alternate from depression to excessive
    elation.
  • CLINICAL DEPRESSION disorder where deep
    feelings of helplessness, worthlessness and
    hopelessness occur
  • MANIC DEPRESSION condition where mania and
    depression alternate in cycles

8
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • ANXIETY DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • GENERAL ANXIETY PANIC
  • PHOBIA
  • OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER
  • POST TRAUMATIC DISORDER
  • Mental illness where a problem exists and it
    interferes with daily activities.
  • Anxiety is common symptom or is the result from
    trying to control behaviors.

9
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • GENERAL ANXIETY PANIC constant state of
    tension with no single cause sudden attacks of
    terror
  • PHOBIA strong and irrational fear of something
    specific
  • OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE involves the presence of
    unwanted thoughts, emotions or behaviors
  • POST TRAUMATIC severe stress after experiencing
    a traumatic event

10
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • SOMATOFORM DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • HYPOCHONDRIA
  • PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDER
  • Mental illness where there are physical symptoms
    but NO physical illness.
  • HYPOCHONDRIA
  • PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDER

11
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • PERSONALITY DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER
  • PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER
  • SCHIZOID PERSONALITY DISORDER
  • COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER
  • PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER
  • Mental illness where personality traits prevent
    people from interacting with others.
  • Have trouble adapting to life and forming
    friendships.

12
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY little sense of
    responsibility no respect for others
  • PARANOID PERSONALITY unfound suspicion and
    mistrust in others
  • SCHIZOID PERSONALITY condition of deep
    withdrawal from other people
  • COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY constantly concerned
    with rules and standards of others
  • PASSIVE AGGRESSIVE strongly resist cooperating
    with others

13
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS
  • EXAMPLES
  • AMNESIA
  • MULTIPLE PERSONALITY
  • Mental illness where the personality suffers
    sudden changes.
  • RARE and USUALLY a result of an extreme stress or
    experience

14
MENTAL DISORDERS
  • AMNESIA sudden inability to remember basic
    personal information
  • MULTIPLE PERSONALITY illness where a person
    develops 2 or more separate personalities
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