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Perspectives on Anxiety
Transcript of Perspectives on Anxiety
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Social Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders
hoarding, trichotillomania, excoriation,
body dysmorphic disorder
Nature and Nurture
vague sense of being in danger
1. Presence of recurrent obsessions, compulsions, or both
2. The obsessions and/or compulsions are time-consuming or cause clinically significant distress or impairment.
1. Excessive or ongoing anxiety
and worry, for at least three months,
about two or more activities or events
2. Restlessnes and/or muscle tension
3. Behavior may be affected by anxiety
4.Significant stress or impairment
Selected Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors
Antianxiety Drug Therapy
1. Marked, persistent, and disproportional fear of a specific object or situation, typically lasting 6 months or more
2. Immediate anxiety is usually produced by exposure.
3. Avoidance of exposure
4. Significant distress or impairment
Overcoming a Dog Phobia, 8m LaunchPad
Xanax, Ativan, Valium
-low levels of serotonin (GABA, glutamate, and dopamine)
-frontal cortex basil gangalia activity thalamus
1. sociocultural perspective
2. psychodynamic perspective
3. humanistic perspective
4. cognitive perspective
maladaptive assumptions metacognitive theory
intolerance of uncertainty theory
family pedigree studies - 15%
et al., p98
cause and effect?
Interaction results in outcome
that Explain OCD
Behavioral: accidental associations negative reinforcement
treatment - exposure and response prevention
Cognitive: self-blame, beliefs and expectations neutralizing
treatment: identify faulty thinking, challenge and change thoughts
cognitive + behavioral treatment = REBT
exceptionally high standards
thoughts equal actions
habit, excessive, repetitive, impule-control disorders, addiction
clomiprimine and fluoxetine
a persistent and unreasonable fear of a particular object, activity, or situation
modeling: buzzer shock
Tallis et al., 1994, p102
2. free association, transference,
3. client centered therapy
4. REBT, ACT
Working: class communication, group work, use of examples, prezis, lectures, meeting individually, hands-on learning
Suggestions: more videos, group discussions, explain assignments in more depth, using the book go in more depth, have Launchpad due dates in eLearn, more structure, little more rigidness in the schedule
Pace: just right
Case Study - work in progress
Assessment is due Oct 10th - typed and handed to me.
Diagnosis is due Oct 24th - typed and handed to me.
Treatment is due Oct 31st - typed and handed to me.
Exploration 1 - work in progress
Part 3 is due Oct 11th - in the dropbox.
Perspectives on Anxiety Disorders - today's classwork
Perspectives on trichotillomania and body dysmorphic disorders
1. Sit and work with your assigned group.
2. After watching the cases prepare to explain the disorders by the perspective circled in red on your Case Study Classwork/Homework paper.
3. At the end of class keep your index card and give me your Case Study Classwork/Homework paper. Let me know if you need a copy to take with you.