What is a healthy response to stress that is essential for survival
What level of anxiety is classified as restlessness, increased motivation, and irritability?
What level of anxiety is classified as agitation and muscle tightness?
What level of anxiety is classified as inability to function, ritualistic behavior, and unresponsiveness?
What level of anxiety is classified as distorted perception, loss of rational thought, and immobility?
What type of anxiety causes the client to experience excessive fear when separated from an individual to which the client is emotionally attached
What is it called when the client experiences excessive, uncontrollable worry that lasts for more than 3 months
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
What is it called when the client has intrusive thoughts of unrealistic obsessions and tries to control these thoughts with compulsive behaviors?
What is it called when the client has difficulty parting with possessions, resulting in extreme stress and functional impairment?
What is exposure to a traumatic experience that causes numbing, detachment, and amnesia about the event between 3 days and 1 month following the event (NOT OVER 1 MONTH)
Acute Stress disorder
What is exposure to a traumatic event that causes intense fear, horror, flashbacks, feelings of detachment or foreboding, restricted affect, and impairment for longer than 1 month after the event and could last years?
How long does a panic attack typically last?
What is a fear of embarrassment causing client to be unable to perform in front of others, have a dread of social situations, believes that others are judging them negatively, and has impaired relationships
What type of therapy helps the client identify negative thoughts that produce anxiety, examine the cause, and develop supportive ideas that replace negative self-talk
What type of behavior therapy allows the client to see a demonstration of appropriate behavior in a stressful situation which allows the patient to imitate it
What does systematic desensitization begin with?
mastery of relaxation techniques
What type of behavior therapy is best for patients with specific phobias
What type of behavior therapy exposes the client to increasing levels of anxiety producing stimulus to help the client overcome their phobia
What type of behavior therapy exposes the client to a great deal of undesirable stimulus in an attempt to turn off the anxiety response