elimination disorder

elimination disorder

Child psychiatry A condition characterized by a lack of control over bladder–enuresis or bowel–encopresis, unrelated to a physical disorder
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Mood disorder, psychotic disorder, anxiety disorder, disruptive behavioral disorder, elimination disorder, eating disorder, and tic disorder along with alcohol and other substance use disorders are the psychiatric conditions included in this instrument.
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Psychologists and other specialists mainly from the US provide interventions for 40 issues related to school crisis and response, including natural disasters, school violence, suicidal behavior, and childhood grief; educational issues and learning disorders, including disabilities, homework compliance, and working with diverse children and families; childhood psychopathology, from anger to bipolar disorder; social and emotional functioning, including stress, divorce, social skill deficits, self-concept, and subjective well-being; physical and health-related disorders like eating disorders, obesity, Tourette's syndrome, elimination disorders, and asthma; and neuropsychological disorders like autism and traumatic brain injuries.
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The authors provide readers with concise and practical manualized treatments that are empirically tested and can be used by mental health and medical professionals, especially when working with issues related to pain, adherence, elimination disorders, and sleep.
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It has revised chapters on trauma and stressor-related disorders, somatic symptoms, elimination disorders, and the schizophrenia spectrum.
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Elimination Disorders in Children and Adolescents (Advances in Psychotherapy--Eevidence-based Practice)
Disorders addressed include ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, autism, mental retardation, schizophrenia, and elimination disorders. Acknowledging the complexity of these disorders and the need to individualize treatment, the book is intended as a basic yet comprehensive framework for mental health providers.

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