2Mental DisordersObjective 1: Name the different types of mental disorders.Objective 2: Identify situations requiring professional mental health services.
3Open book quiz Lesson #2 pages 118-121 FOR THE SCANTRON Name: Write your first AND last nameSubject: CH. 5 QuizClass: write the period
4Mental DisorderMental Disorder: An illness of the mind that can affect the thoughts, feelings and behaviors of a person, preventing a person from leading a happy, healthful, and productive life.Stigma: Is a mark of shame or disapproval that results in an individual being shunned or rejected by others.Mental disorders are medical conditions, and require diagnosis and treatment just like any physical illness or injury.Many times, mental & emotional problems cannot be solved without professional help
5Types of mental disorders Anxiety Disorder: Are disorders in which real or imagined fears prevent a person from enjoying life
6Five types of anxiety disorders Phobia: When a person goes to extreme measures to avoid a fear and reacts in a way that limits normal functioning.Ex. Arachnophobia: fear of spidersEx. Acrophobia: fear of being in high placesEx. Claustrophobia: fear of being in small, closed spaces.More examples listed on page 115Dr. OZ phobia video.Part 1:Part 2:
7Types of anxiety disorders Obsessive-compulsive: A person who has an uncontrollable need to perform repetitive acts.Ex. Wash their hands every 2 minutesEx. Make sure door is locked every 30 minutesVideo: Howie Mandel Talks About Living With OCD
8Types of anxiety disorders Panic Disorder: has sudden, unexplained feelings of terror. They are accompanied by symptoms such as trembling, a pounding heart, shortness of breath, or dizziness.This is a condition in which fear and anxiety get in the way of a persons ability to function and enjoy life.They may be triggered by a particular object, condition, or situationVideo clip: Iron Man 3
9Types of anxiety disorders Post traumatic stress disorder: A condition in which a person who has experienced a traumatic event feels severe and long-lasting aftereffects.Ex. War vetsEx. Rape survivorsEx. TornadoVideo: War vet & his therapy
10Types of anxiety disorders Generalized anxiety disorder: Exaggerated worry and tension for no reason. People with this disorder startle easily and have difficulty concentrating, relaxing, and sleeping.Video clip:
11Impulse Control Disorders Impulse Control Disorder: People cannot resist the urge to hurt themselves or others. They may also cause financial harm by overspending and gambling.ExamplesKleptomania: unplanned theft of objectsCutting: Repetitive cutting parts of the body that can be hiddenExcessive Gambling: Can’t stop gamblingCompulsive Shopping: Buying things they can’t afford and don’t need.
12Somatoform DisordersSomatoform disorders: Describes a condition in which a person complains of disease symptoms, but no physical symptoms can be found.Hypochondria: A preoccupation with the body and fear of presumed disease.Ex. CancerEx. Heart attack
13Hypochondria Video: Seinfeld Part 1:Part 2:Video: Scrubs
14Mood DisordersMood disorders: Is an illness that involves mood extremes that interfere with everyday living.
15Mood DisordersClinical depression: If feelings of sadness or hopelessness last for more than a few weeks and interfere with daily activities and interests.Bipolar: (Manic-Depressive) Is marked by extreme mood changes, energy levels, and behaviors.Dr. Phil Video Clip (show 1st 5 minutes:
16Conduct DisordersA pattern of behavior in which the rights of others or basic social rules are violated.Examples: Stealing, cruelty, lying, aggression, violence, truancy, arson, and vandalism.
17SchizophreniaA condition of losing touch with reality accompanied by reduced ability to function. They gradually lose the ability to distinguish fantasy from reality. This illness tends to run in families. Causes may be a combination of genetic factors and chemical and structural changes in the brain.EX. The movie Trailer: “A Beautiful Mind”Video: Inside the World of Childhood Schizophrenia
18Personality Disorders Antisocial: A person’s constant conflict with society. They may display behavior that is cruel, impulsive and violent. In many cases are unable to show remorse for their behavior.Passive-aggressive: A person is often uncooperative with others. They don’t like being told what to do, but show anger indirectly. Example: If they don’t want to take part in an activity, they may not show up or they may show up late and leave early.
19Practice Quiz Name the mental disorder. Every 2 weeks Shirley complains of having a particular disease/ailment but doctors can not find anything wrong with her.When Billy was younger, lightning struck a tree he was standing next to. Now, whenever a thunderstorm approaches, he get very anxious and scared and runs to the basement shaking.Beth is in an extremely good mood. She came to class skipping through the doorway and giving everyone hugs (even people who she doesn’t know). Later in the class period, she asks the teacher a question and a couple of kids roll their eyes at her. Her mood drastically shift and she begins crying and keeps calling herself stupid. 15 minutes later she doesn’t say a word the rest of class.Nick is on crutches and has to go to the 4th floor for his doctors appointment. He looks at the elevator and begins to sweat. He tells his family he is going to crutch up 4 flights of stairs because he refuses to ride in the elevator.Mr. Pagani hands his class a worksheet and tells them to complete the worksheet as they watch the video. Martha does not like being told what to do and decides to sleep during the video. After class, when Mr. Pagani talks to her, she said she is tired from doing homework last night.
20Practice Quiz Answers to the mental disorders HypochondriaPost traumatic stress disorderManic-depressive: (AKA bi polar)PhobiaPassive-aggressive
21Memory Game Activity Open iSwifter APP Open the bookmarks tab and choose “Glencoe chapter activities”Drop Down: “Chapter Activities”Go to: Chapter 5Next, Open: “Interactive Health Tutor”Open: “Chapter 5a”l
22Interactive Study Guide Open iSwifter APPOpen the bookmarks tab and choose “Glencoe chapter activities”Drop Down: “Chapter Activities”Go to: Chapter 5Next, Open: “Interactive Study Guides”Open: “Lesson #2”