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  1. 5. category of mental illness that includes anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders
  2. 8. extreme overeating, followed by depression and self-induced purging, fasting or excessive exercise
  3. 10. persistent symptoms that occur after experiencing a traumatic event
  4. 13. category of mental illness that includes adhd and autism
  5. 16. set of negative and often unfair beliefs society has about something
  6. 18. medical condition that causes people to lose pleasure from daily life
  7. 19. unwanted, repeated thoughts or feelings and behaviors that drive a person to do something over and over
  8. 21. category of mental illness that includes depression and bipolar disorder
  9. 23. disorders that affect mood, thinking and behavior
  10. 24. characterized by an obsessive desire to lose weight by means of self-starvation
  11. 25. category of mental illness that includes schizophrenia
  1. 1. chronic, exaggerated worry about everyday life events/activities
  2. 2. serious brain disorder characterized by a profound disruption in cognition and emotion
  3. 3. involves one or more episodes of serious mania and depression
  4. 4. recurring episodes of compulsive overeating, or consuming abnormal amounts of food while feeling unable to stop and at a loss of control
  5. 6. goal is to improve not only from the interventions of the therapist, but also from observing
  6. 7. short-term therapy that takes a hands-on, practical approach in problem-solving to change patterns of thinking or behavior
  7. 9. the approximate number of classified forms of mental illness
  8. 11. the approximate number of Americans who have a mental illness in any given year
  9. 12. complex condition characterized by impairments in social interaction, communication and forming relationships with other people
  10. 14. ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning or development
  11. 15. focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings and thoughts by discovering where their meanings and motivations are coming from
  12. 17. stages include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance and hope
  13. 20. extreme, disabling and irrational fear of something that really poses little or no actual threat/danger
  14. 22. category of mental illness that includes ocd, ptsd and phobias