Glen Xiong of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UC Davis presents an update in the diagnosis and treatment
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Glen Xiong of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UC Davis presents an update in the diagnosis and treatment of psychotic disorders. Series: "UC Grand Rounds" 3/2011 Health and Medicine Professional Medical Education Show ID: 19196
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Commonly question about Psychotic Disorders
Psychotic disorders?should people with a psychotic disorder watch small children alone
You can t be too rigid on this one.
Of course, someone who is psychotic should not be left to care for small children. But someone who "has" a psychotic disorder, that s a completely different thing. They might be medicated and not have had an episode for months or years, but they re still described as having that disorder.
For example, my wife is bipolar I. That s classified as a psychotic disorder. However, she is medicated and functioning normally. we have a son and she is alone with him lots. I can t watch her all the time, and anyway, I don t want to.
So the answer is "it depends."
Most importantly, It depends on whether the person is legally a custodian of the child (ie it s their child) or whether they are considered to be a danger to themselves and/or others.
Sure, be careful, but don t make problems where none exist.
What are some abbreviatated forms of psychotic disorders?What are some abbreviations or initials of psychotic disorders?
APD - Antisocial Personality Disorder
OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
AvPD - Avoidant Personality Disorder
SPD - Schizotypal Personality Disorder
PPD - Paranoid Personality Disorder
In psychotic disorders, does the psychosis generally cause the delusions, or are they separate?For instance, could a person believe that his boss was trying to kill him, would that be a result of hallucinations or something else? If a person has Major Depression with Psychotic Features, are their delusions mainlly a result of low- self worth/ feeling overly guilty about things, or is it usually because of the psychosis?
A person fearing someone were out to hurt them would fall under paranoia. Hallucinations include things that are heard or seen or felt such as bugs or voices. Delusions are exaggerations of real life instances such as someone believing that they are best friends with a famous person when in reality they are just a big fan. Or them believing that they will make millions writing a song. They may write, but it is probably unlikely they will become a millionare. I would say that delusions and hallucinations are a result of psychosis. The feelings that you mentioned are signs of depression, but are not necessarily delusions and definitely not hallucinations.