Adjustment Disorder with Depressed Mood
Adjustment disorder with depressed mood often begins within three months after the initiation of the stressor and can persist for up to six months or more. Among the causes are
Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety
Sudden changes in mood or behavior characterize an adjustment disorder with anxiety. Typical symptoms of adjustment disorder with anxiety include
Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety and Depression
Adjustment disorder with both anxiety and depression symptoms can also occur during serious life transitions. Among the symptoms are:
Adjustment Disorder with Disturbance of Conduct
Adjustment Disorder with disturbance of conduct can develop in response to various stressors. Common symptoms include:
Adjustment Disorder with Mixed Disturbance of Emotions & Conduct
Although the specific origin of adjustment disorder with mixed disturbance is often unknown, experts believe inherited factors are a likely cause. Some of the most prevalent symptoms are:
Unspecified Adjustment Disorder
When a person's reactions to stress do not fit into any of the previous classifications, the person is often diagnosed with an undefined adjustment disorder. Common effects include social retreat or a lack of interest in formerly pleasant activities. Other symptoms include:
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Psychotherapy: As the primary treatment type for adjustment disorder with anxiety, psychotherapy is known as "talk therapy" for individual, group, or family therapy. Some of its salient features include helping the client understand stress management and learn coping skills for future stressful events, allowing the client to return to a routine, and providing emotional support during heightened sensitivity.
Lifestyle adjustments- Helping the survivor of an adjustment disorder to build resilience against future traumatic events while avoiding the emergence of their symptoms is at the core of this treatment type.
Relapse prevention therapy- Relapse prevention therapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy that helps clients develop skills to prevent a foreseeable relapse.
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