A Strange Case of Agoraphobia: A Case Study Noorulain Aqeel Department of Psychiatry, Napa State Hospital, Napa, California, USA. Axis I agoraphobia without panic disorder Axis II None Axis III Anemia, SP surgical resection of colon cancer, cataract Axis IV Home bound for 17 years. Axis V GAF 30.
Case Study Report: Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia In the case of Dennis Holt, a thirty one year old man presenting with occasional occurrences of panic attacks, the eventual diagnosis was Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia.The etiology of the disorder can be considered to result from a problem with cognition.Holt viewed the world with extreme negativity.
Objective: To study a strange case of agoraphobia. Method: Patient follows up. Result: Agoraphobia irrespective of severity can be treated and decreased in intensity by psychiatric intervention and regular follow ups. Conclusion: We report a case of an agoraphobic woman who was severely agoraphobic to an extent that she did not leave her bed for many years.Case Study of Panic Disorder: Julie (Barlow, 2008) Julie is a 33 year old mother of two and has been married for 8 years. She began suffering panic attacks and anxiety three years ago. Her first experience of a panic attack was whilst driving alone on the freeway on the way to see her dying grandmother.Agoraphobia Case Study: Agoraphobia is the fear of crowds and open spaces. The phobia is characterized with the psychological disorder which is expressed when one occurs in the crowded place or vast area, no matter whether there are many people or not.
According to the DSM, the major symptoms of Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia are, recurrent panic attacks and enduring anxiety about experiencing another panic attack. The individual is also anxious about going places where escape might be difficult or embarrassing, or where they will be unable to receive assistance in case of emergency.Read More
Panic Disorder Case Study: Panic disorder is a psychological disorder which is characterized with the spontaneous panic attacks the frequency of which rates from several times per year to several times per day. Moreover, the patient is waiting for these attacks because he feels that they occur soon. Every patient who suffers from panic disorder survives numerous episodes of intensive and.Read More
Objective To study a strange case of agoraphobia.. A Strange Case of Agoraphobia: A Case Study 229.. the DSM-IV criteria for panic disorder with agoraphobia was treated in an out-patient.Read More
Case Study Details. Dave is a 41-year-old male who was referred by his primary care physician after presenting to the ER with difficulty breathing. Dave’s physician was unable to find a medical explanation for his symptoms, which left Dave feeling confused, stressed, and angry.Read More
Case Study: Seizure Disorder Presenting as Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia DOUGLAS O. LEE, M.D., SANDRA L. HELMERS, M.D., RONALD J. STEINGARD, M.D., AND DAVID RAY DEMASO, M.D. ABSTRACT Seizure disorders can produce anxiety that is almost indistinguishable from psychiatric disorders.There are few reports of adolescents with seizure disorders that produce fear.The first case of an adolescent.Read More
Symptoms of Agoraphobia with Panic Disorder. Agoraphobia is commonly known as the fear of leaving one’s home, but it truly a fear open spaces or places where someone feels that they will not be able to easily escape harm.Read More
The present study reports a successful case of psychodynamic therapy of panic disorder using object relations and self-psychology theories. Reviewing the related literature and explaining the psychotherapeutic processes of improvement in treatment of panic disorder, Klein et al. (2003) emphasize the high efficiency of psychodynamic psychotherapy.Read More
Panic disorder with agoraphobia is the most common of the panic-related disorders, although individuals may also report panic disorder without agoraphobia (panic attacks without avoidance behavior) or agoraphobia without a history of panic (avoidance behavior related to one or two sensations of panic, but has never had an actual attack).Read More
The first step was seeing my GP, who told me I had panic disorder (which I guess I already knew) and something called 'agoraphobia'. That’s the part where I won’t go anywhere in case I have an attack. He gave me a script for tablets to take if I felt a panic attack coming on, and referred me to a psychologist.Read More
Panic Disorder Agoraphobia Case Study. 1179 Words 5 Pages. Show More. I am working with a mental illness known as panic disorder agoraphobia, and the name of the client that I am interviewing is Annie. Background Information Annie is a twenty-four-year-old female. She is Caucasian.Read More