1. Cluster A (Odd & Eccentric)
    • Schizotypal
    • Paranoid
    • Schizoid
  2. Cluster B (dramatic, emotional, erratic)
    • Borderline
    • antisocial
    • histrionic
    • narcissistic
  3. Cluster C (Anxious fearful)
    • dependent
    • avoidant
    • OCD
  4. cluster A- Schizoid
    • profound defect in the ability to form personal relationships
    • more men then in women
    • failure to respond to others in a meaningful emotional way, cold, prefers to be alone
  5. cluster A- paranoid disorder
    • distrust and suspiciousness of others
    • more in men
  6. cluster A- schizotypal
    • graver form of schizoid
    • isolated, aloof, delusions, superstitousness, withdrawal into self
  7. cluster A: interventions
    be aware of client suspiciousness, avoid being to nice, use neutral approach
  8. cluster B- antisocial
    • socially irresponsible, exploitative, guiltless
    • men
    • when clients are seen it to get out of legal consequences
  9. cluster B- borderline disorder
    • highly impulsive
    • most common personality disorder
    • self-destructive behavior, inability to be alone
  10. cluster B- histrionic
    excitable, emotional, attention-seeking, seductive, manipulative, highly distractible
  11. cluster B- narcissistic
    • exaggerated sense of self-worth, lack empathy
    • men
  12. cluster C- avoidant
    • social withdrawal, extreme sensitivity to rejection
    • akward and uncomfortable in social situations, are often lonely and feel unwanted
  13. cluster C- dependent
    • excessive need to be taken care of that leads to submissive and clinging behavior and fears of separation
    • women
    • youngest and oldest child
  14. cluster C- OCD
    • inflexibility, devotion to productivity at the exclusion of personal pleasure
    • polite and formal
    • rigid and unbending
Card Set
some key points for the final