Four Advantages Of Depression

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According to DSM-V (American Psychiatric Association, 2013), there are four major advantages of diagnosis. First, the communication between a psychologist and a patient. When the patient reports the psychiatrist some of the symptoms then come to the mind of the psychiatrist as many which are related to the previous and leads to the diagnosis of a psychiatric disorder. Although considered stenographic the observation of psychiatrists based only on indications he gives the patient has proven that helps a lot in diagnostics piece because it gives the basis for a more thorough examination. Second, the diagnosis strengthens the empirical research of psychopathology. Clinical psychologists in this way have the opportunity to multiple personality…show more content…
On the basis of the most precise understanding of confidence we can distinguish the factors that affect negatively a diagnosis and see what can be used order to correctly make a diagnosis you can be an independent piece of research in clinical psychology. In this paper will examine the diagnosis depending on depression and how can help clinical psychologist to posing therapeutic methods and to understand if diagnosis label can destroy the patients…show more content…
Often called major depression or clinical depression and causes disturbances in the way a person feels, thinks and acts. Produces negative thoughts and feelings and the person feels that his life has no value. This results appear in addition to the psychological and physical problems in person (Schmidt, 2005). Depression as a disorder are divided into categories such as dysthymia, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, depressive disorder due to another medical condition and this is because in recent years have increased the incidence of disease (Winokur et al, 1978). The depression is emerging shyly from childhood around the 12 years and is unipolar. The period when the pregnant mother and the baby but after birth, visible may be symptoms of depression especially when bipolar disorder. It has been proven by studies that 74% of women had a history of depression in the family, while 30% did not appear in the history of family symptoms (Forty et al, 2005). When the person enters the adolescence and adult life converted to bipolar disorder. Bipolar depression results in the appearance and other diseases in people suffering from depression. This could be, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer. This makes it harder to patient profile with the result no longer sufficient psychological support (Horrobin and Bennett, 1999). On the basis of studies that have been made such as the
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