Chapter 13 (Personality Disorders) in DSM-5 in Action.Research

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Choose and read any one case study from Chapter 13 (Personality Disorders) in DSM-5 in Action.

Research the specific personality disorder from your chosen case study.

Create a 10-15-slide PowerPoint presentation about your selected case study.

Include the following in your presentation:

  1. A brief description of the selected case study
  2. Explanation and rationale for the Personality Disorder Diagnosis using the latest version of the DSM as a reference.
  3. Information on the course of treatment for the disorder.
  4. Identification of which cluster (A, B, or C) this personality disorder belongs to and an explanation of your rationale.
  5. Information on the prognosis and prevalence of the disorder.
  6. A minimum of five scholarly references including your textbook and the latest version of the DSM. Be sure to only use current and scholarly references for this assignment.
  7. Detailed speaker notes that represent what you would say if giving the presentation in person.

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Personality Disorders

The case of Sal

This cluster has the odd, eccentric personality disorders.
• It incorporates Paranoid Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder,
and Schizotypal Personality Disorders.
• They all have in like manner social cumbersomeness, social withdrawal, and
the prevalence of contorted considering.

Cluster A
Personality
disorders

• While Paranoid Personality Disorder makes an example of doubt and
suspiciousness, Schizoid Personality Disorder has a trademark example of
social separation and confined scope of passionate reaction, and Schizotypal
Personality Disorder demonstrate a solid example of social and relational
constraints.
• Just when the identity qualities are rigid and maladaptive, causing incredible
trouble, uneasiness, and debilitation an identity issue can be analyzed.
• The determination of an identity issue requires profound assessments of
person's longterm examples of working, and the specific identity highlights
must be obvious by early adulthood. The identity qualities that characterize
these clutters should likewise be recognized from attributes that rise
because of particular situational stressors or more transient mental states
(American Psychiatric Ass...

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