Impulse Control Disorders

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 Impulse Control Disorders - A group of psychiatric disorders know as impulse control disorders which include
compulsive gambling, pyromania etc.


General
Dr. Adams Discussing Impulse Control Disorders - Impulse Control Disorders Intermittent Explosive Disorder - There is often an underlying personality disorder that accompanies a disorder called Intermittent Explosive Disorder which is, itself, considered a disorder of impulse. 3/5
Impuluse-Control Disorders ( N.E.Class. ) - Impulse-Control Disorders ( N.E.Class. ) Index Definition Impulse-Control Disorders Types Treatment ( Psychotherapy ) Treatment ( Pharmacotherapy ) Definition Impulse-Control Disorders are disorders in which a person act on a certain impulses.  3/5
Psychological Treatment of Impulse Control Disorders - Psychology Information Online Psychological Problems - Impulse Control Disorders Impulse Control Disorders - Many psychological problems are characterized by a loss of control or a lack of control in specific situations.  3/5
     

Trichotillomania  

Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Trichotillomania - By Frederick Penzel, Ph.D. Of all the disorders belonging to the OCD family, trichotillomania is probably ...   3/5
Helen's Trichotillomania Page A UK guide to help available for hair pulling. 3/5
NMHA MHIC Factsheet: Other Mental Illnesses-Trichotillomania - It is officially classified as an impulse control disorder.  4/5
Psychiatric Times - Out of the Closet. ... She believes that is due, in part, to a lack of knowledge about trichotillomania's impact on a person's life. : Article by Arline Kaplan describing this mental disorder.  3/5
Trichotillomania: Compulsive Hair Pulling - Information and links to other personal pages.    4/5
Trichotillomania UK Website - Aspiring to be - This site is designed to be a place of inspiration and hope for anyone in any way associated with trichotillomania. ...  3/5
Trichotillomania - Consists of repetitive, uncontrollable pulling of one s body hair. Most commonly, scalp hair, eyelashes, and eyebrows are ... 2/5
Trichotillomania - The current psychiatric diagnostic manual (DSM-IV) provides the following definitions: ... 3/5
Trichotillomania Learning Center Online - A term to   describe the compulsive or irresistible urge he saw in patients to pluck out their hair. In psychiatry, trichotillomania is classified as an Impulse Control Disorder. 3/5
Trichotillomania Library - The ABCs of compulsive hair pulling. General reference: Geoff's Trichotillomania FAQ; Dictionary; TTM Mailer Information. ...  4/5
Virtual Hospital: Iowa Health Book: Trichotillomania - Some children with Trichotillomania show complete resolution of symptoms. In adults the course may be chronic or episodic. ...  4/5
                  
Adjustment Disorder
Adjustment Disorder -  An adjustment disorder occurs when a person develops affective (emotional) or behavioral symptoms in response to an identifiable stressor. Stressors can be natural disasters (such as an earthquake), events or crisis
Adjustment Disorder- Treatment - From Internet Mental Health. 4/5
           
  Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Ask the Expert: Intermittent Explosive Disorder - A Q&A Page. 2/5
Biology and Treatment of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Biology and Treatment of Intermittent Explosive Disorder - a Slide Presentation (Psychiatry Department). 
Impulse Disorder Intermittent Explosive Disorder—an inability to resist aggressive impulses that result in serious physical assaults or destruction of property. ...
Intermittent Explosive Disorder Information and Links
Mental Health Net: Intermittent Explosive Disorder Symptoms - For those who suffer from a failure to resist aggressive impulses that result in serious assaultive acts or destruction of property. 3/5
Psychological Impulse Control Disorders - Episodes of aggressive outbursts resulting in either
destruction of property or physical assaults on others.  An overview of the types and behavior aspects of impulse control disorders.
Recognition and Treatment of DSM-IV Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Recognition and Treatment of DSM-IV Intermittent Explosive Disorder. Susan L. McElroy, MD
Treating Intermittent Explosive Disorder With Neurofeedback 3/5
           
  Kleptomania
Ask the Expert: Causes of Kleptomania - A Q&A Page. Slow. 3/5
Comparison Between Kleptomania and Addictive-Compulsive Stealing - Comparison Between Kleptomania and Addictive-Compulsive Stealing. True kleptomania has traditionally ... 3/5
Health Information Library: Kleptomania 2/5
Kleptomania - Kleptomania (impulsive stealing). People with Kleptomania usually do not steal because they need the object stolen; they sometimes secretly replace the object ...    Description: Brief explanation of the disorder and its connection to the antisocial personality disorder and to... 2/5
Kleptomania - The treatment of kleptomania with serotonin reuptake inhibitors by Lepkifker E, Dannon PN, Ziv R, Iancu I, Horesh N, Kotler M Department of Psychiatry B, Chaim ...  Description: An abstract of a study conducted on five patients to show the use of SSRI's can curb this disorder....  3/5
Mental Health Net - Kleptomania Symptoms - General symptoms of Kleptomania. 4/5
Shoplifters Alternative - Helps people with a shoplifting problem and reduces the burden of shoplifting on retailers, courts, and communities through its research, rehabilitation, and ongoing support services. 3/5
              
Pyromania
Healthinmind.com - Impulse Control Disorders - Pyromania - Pyromania (compulsive fire-setting). Pyromania involves more planning than most of the impulse control disorders, so it is more compulsive than impulsive. Article examining the connection between the two disorders and symptoms.  2/5
John Hamling on Pyromania - Greenberg, HR (1966). Pyromania in a woman. Psychoanalytic Quarterly. 3/5
Mental Health Net - Pyromania Symptoms - General symptoms of pyromania. 4/5
Pyromania - Health Information Library: Pyromania.  2/5
Pyromania - (Impulse-Control Disorder): Deliberate fire-setting on more than one occasion; Tension or affective excitement before the act; Obsession with and about fire.2/5
Pyromania - Centers on setting fires. Most children go through a stage where they like to see fire. This is normal. If they are taught about fire safety ...  2/5
                
Pathological Gambling
Answers and Treatment for Compulsive Gambling - A treatment program tailored exclusively for compulsive gambling and/or gambling addiction. A private treatment organisation. 2/5
Gamblers and Risk Takers - An Article by Joanna Poppink, MFCC. 3/5

Gamblers Anonymous USA - The gamblers support group with good advice and resource links. 4/5/5
Health Information Library - Many people enjoy gambling once in a while. However, the difference between social gambling and pathological gambling is like the difference between social drinking and alcoholism. 3/5
New Jersey Council on Gambling   3/5
          

 

 

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