DSM-IV-TR Prevalence of Mood, Psychotic, Adjustment, and Childhood Disorder Diagnoses According to Gender Disorder Prevalence Bipolar I disorder F = M Bipolar II disorder F > M Major depressive disorder F > M Dysthymic disorder F > M Schizophrenia M > F Adjustment disorder F > M Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder M > F Conduct disorder M > F Oppositional defiant disorder M > F Substance-related disorder
M > F F denotes female; M denotes male.
Similarly, whereas 5% of women with no diagnosis bore an infant who was low-birth-weight (less than 2,500 g), the proportion was 10-18% among those with a diagnosis; for very low birth weight (less than 1,500 g), the proportion was 1% for those with no documented disorder and 3% for women with a psychiatric or substance-related disorder
About 9% of white adolescents and, adolescents of multiple race/ethnicity had a substance-related disorder
, while about 8% of Hispanics, 5% of African Americans, and less than 4% of Asians or Pacific Islanders met the criteria for such a disorder.
2% with any anxiety, depressive or substance-related disorder
, respectively); the mean age of onset for participants with a disorder before 18 years of age was 12.
The purpose of this study was to investigate how race affected mental health counselor diagnoses for clients presenting with specific syndromes: the research question posed was, "Do mental health counselors diagnose African Americans or Euro-Americans disproportionately more often with adjustment disorders, substance-related disorders
, or childhood disorders?
In multivariate models adjusting for participant demographic characteristics and socio-economic status (Table IV), a previous HIV test was more common among individuals with any depressive, anxiety or substance-related disorder
used a standardized testing tool to gauge the presence of a substance-related disorder
(SRD) as a means to determine whether some college students could be hooked on tanning.
Clients presenting for mental health counseling frequently have co-existing or secondary substance-related disorders
The newly-released Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-V) has divided substance-related disorders
into substance use disorders and substance induced disorders.
Drug testing is a crucial component of diagnosis and treatment of substance-related disorders
Beneficiaries include people with mental illness, developmental disabilities, chronic alcoholism and other substance-related disorders
, Alzheimer's disease and related dementia and those with traumatic brain injury.
For example, while chapter 1 deals with prevalence issues, chapter 2 is focused on the clinical presentation of substance-related disorders
, and in relation to mental disorders.