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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

5 Axis Diagnosis of Willy Wonka from the DSM IV

Lauren Moore

on 21 May 2013

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Willy Wonka From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka played by Johnny Depp Directed by Tim Burton Premiered in 2005 Based on the Book by Roald Dahl Plot Summary Willy Wonka creates a contest to invite children to his factory
He puts five Golden tickets in chocolate bars world wide
Five children win and visit his factory
Along the way throughout the tour, the children misbehave and end up in trouble
At the end of the tour there is one child left who wins the grand prize: the factory itself Main Characters Willy Wonka: main character in the movie; Willy is the "patient" who owns the chocolate factory
Charlie Bucket: poor boy who was the winner of the fifth golden ticket; won the factory itself at the end of the movie
Grandpa Joe: Charlie's grandfather; former employee of the Wonka Factory; goes on factory tour with Charlie
Augustus Gloop: a very fat, glutunous young boy; he looses the grand prize because he fell into the chocolate river
Veruca Salt: a spoiled rotten girl whose father gives her whatever she wants; loses the grand prize because she fell into the garbage chute
Mike Teavee: a boy who thinks he knows everything and always challenges Mr. Wonka, he doesn't even like chocolate and loses the grand prize because he was shrunk to miniature size
Violet Beauregaurde: an extremely competitive girl who is a dedicated gum chewer; she loses the grand prize because she blew up like a blueberry Patient History Willy grew up as an only child with his dad, a dentist, who was obsessed with making Willy's teeth perfect
Didn't allow Willy to eat candy and deprived him of chocolate throughout his childhood
Willy sneaks first chocolate, realizes it's delicious, and becomes obsessed with candy, chocolate, flavors, and making it all
His dad found out, and forbade him to eat chocolate which forced Willy to run away and when he came back, his dad had moved and left him alone
Willy opened his own candy shop, gained world notoriety, and became a recluse because he was always at his factory alone
His incident with his father and lack of socialization created a fear and distrust of other people Axis I Wonka has an anxiety disorder
He cannot handle hearing or speaking the word, "parents"
He has PTSD, suffering because of traumatizing experiences with his father
His father repeatedly forbade him from eating candy and then abandoned him
Wonka also has OCD
He is obsessed with chocolate, and making new flavors Axis II Willy Wonka suffers from personality disorders
He has Schizoid Personality Disorder because he avoids social activity and shies away from affection; shows when Violet tries to hug him
He has Schizotypal Personality Disorder because he has odd thoughts and speech, and is very isolated; shows when he laughs when the children are in trouble, instead of trying to help Axis III Willy Wonka doesn't overtly portray a medical disease or malfunctioning
His candy obsession could be attributed to diabetes, which is why he needs glycogen in order to function
This could be another reason why his father was so persistent in his avoiding candy
This would need to be tested before diagnosis to make sure though Axis IV Willy had a lot of home problems growing up
These problems contributed to his psychological disorder
Willy Wonka's father deprived him of candy and went to the extreme of burning all of his candy in the fire
Willy ran away for a night and came home to find his father's house gone
Willy then grew up without a father and had an intense obsession to eat and make candy Axis V Willy Wonka is erratic, whimsical and bizarre
Wonka is probably in the 51-60 range
His symptoms prohibit him from having normal social interactions, his only friends are the oompa-loompas
He has issues with parents and the idea of family
He does not have suicidal tendencies and his conditions don't inhibit his work Willy Wonka Strange Behaviors Prognosis and Treatment Willy would benefit the most from psychotherapy
His clinical anxiety and personality disorders stem from deep-rooted trouble during his youth
Free association will help him come to terms with why he is the way he is
Confronting his dad like he did at the end is his first step to recovery and to mending a broken relationship
He needs to keep intercting with Charlie and his family to reintroduce himself to familial love
If he does all this, he will be able to overcome his disorders and have a normal life BYE! Picture Citations http://www.passivemoneytalk.com/2012/03/06/6-lessons-to-learn-from-mr-willy-wonka/
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