What are the different types of disorders

In addition to the effects on your body, the disorder can also have a negative impact on how you feel and your relationships with family and friends.

The brief descriptions are for information purposes only. They are not intended to be diagnostic. Only interviews can provide an accurate diagnosis on a case-by-case basis.

Anxiety Disorders

-Agoraphobia

-Panic attacks

-Specific phobia

-Social phobia

-Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Trauma (post-traumatic stress disorder)

-Generalized anxiety

Mood Disorders

-Depression

-Bipolar hole

Somatoform Disorders

-Conversion trouble

-Painful trouble

-Hypocondria

Eating Behaviour Disorders

-Anorexia

-Bulimia

Addictions

-Alcohol

-Caféine

-Nicotine

-Drugs

-Psychotropic drugs

> Impulse Control Disorders

-Kleptomania

-Pathological game

-Trichotillomania

-Dermatillomania

Personality Disorders

-Borderline

-hysterical or histrionic

-Dependent

-Obsessional-compulsive

-Paranoid

-Evitante

-Narcissistic

-Antisocial

>Relational Problems

-Family

-Couple

-Hyperactivity

-Cognitive Disorders

-Memory problems

-Troubles of attention

-Executive function disturbances

-Space visuo capabilities

-Troubles of language

Anxiety Disorders
Impulse Control Disorders