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  1. Cluster C Avoidant-Behavior
  2. Cluster A Paranoid-affective
  3. Dx-impaired social interaction
  4. Cluster C Obsessive-Social
  5. Cluster A Paranoid-socially
  1. a Goal:demonstrate the AB&C's in social situations. Interventions: set limits on manipulative behavior, role play, problem solve, establish a reward system with pt
  2. b Avoid sharing of feelings, never forgive or forget, chronic tension
  3. c social discomfort, do not let people close even for work
  4. d need for control, omnipotent (all powerful) and omniscient (all knowing)
  5. e difficulty with intimate relationships, cold and aloof, question loyalty, pathologic jealousy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. respect need for social isolation, be aware of pts. suspiciousness, calm their anxiety, remeber they are unhappy at lack of relationships
  2. blunted, flat, limited range of feelings, if forced into close interaction, become anxious
  3. understand seductive behavior is a stress response, be professional, model the use of concrete & descriptive language, teach and model assertiveness
  4. Have disturbed relationships, exploit others to achieve personal goals
  5. fear rejection, easily hurt by criticism, fears of being alone and helpless

5 True/False questions

  1. All Personality Disorders ExhibitPatterns that deviate from the cultural norms, have a long history of duration and is seen in cognition, affect, interpersonal functioning, and impulse control

          

  2. Cluster B Antisocial-Affectoverly dramatic, roller coaster of emotions

          

  3. Cluster B Borderline-Cognitivehistory of intense unstable and manipulative relationships, seek love but fear abuse, stress related, paranoid ideation

          

  4. Cluster C Avoidant-Socialwant constant companionship, resist decision making

          

  5. Cluster B Borderline (most common)-BehavioralInflexibility, rigidity, not creative, industrious workers, miserly spending style

          

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