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1 Mental Health in Women: Blue Skies or Dark Clouds Joanna Wilson, D.O., NCMP Internal Medicine for Women HerCare at ADC

2 Coping with Stressors

3 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

4 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

5 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

6 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

7 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

8 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

9 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

10 Successful Coping Techniques Daily exercise Healthy diet Sufficient sleep Supportive relationships Introspection Professional counseling Medication, when necessary

11 ANXIETY DISORDERS

12 Anxiety Symptoms Shortness of breath or smothering sensations Dizziness, unsteady feelings, or faintness Palpitations or accelerated heart rate Trembling or shaking Sweating Nausea Choking or trouble swallowing Trouble focusing Feeling overwhelmed Numbness or tingling sensations Hot flashes Chest pain Trouble getting and staying asleep, early awakening

13 Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Criteria For Diagnosis

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16 MOOD DISORDERS

17 Criteria For Depression Diagnosis

18 Depression Symptoms in Men and Women

19 Major Depression vs. Persistent Depressive Disorder Persistent Depressive Disorder

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21 Bipolar I, II, and Cyclothymia

22 PERSONALITY DISORDERS

23 Personality Disorders Long-standing maladaptive ways of perceiving and interpreting ones own self, feeling and expressing emotions, relating to others, and controlling impulses Their distorted sense of self, unstable emotions, or out-of-control behavior mean that any long-term partners (or coworkers) must be willing and able to put up with a great deal of turmoil

24 Personality Disorders (men/ women) Cluster A (odd, bizarre, eccentric) – Paranoid – Schizoid – Schizotypal Cluster B (dramatic, erratic) – Antisocial – Borderline – Histrionic – Narcissistic Cluster C (anxious, fearful) – Avoidant – Dependent – Obsessive-compulsive

25 Borderline Personality Disorder

26 Histrionic Personality Disorder

27 Empathy

28 Sociopaths Play By Different Rules

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30 More Successful Coping Techniques Recognizing dysfunctional relationships Creating and maintaining boundaries with others Respecting own needs

31 Thank You! Questions?


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