DSM 5 Guided Child & Adolescent Film Series

Conduct Disorder – Adolescent-Onset Type

Conduct Disorder - Adolescent-Onset Type Mrs. Margo doesn’t know what to do with her son Shane, who faces charges for setting a barn on fire with his friends. In the past, Shane was expelled from school, lied, stole goods from stores, harmed animals, and generally made life difficult for Mrs. Margo. Shane is disrespectful and unhappy to be here. He repeatedly denies or dismisses his mother’s frustrations.

Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder

Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder

Katie and her mother have come to visit the therapist today based on Katie’s reoccurring tantrums and difficult behaviors. At first Katie is disconnected from the conversation. She then quickly becomes upset, loses her temper at the line of questioning and her mother’s version of events. Katie’s mother is powerless to stop her daughter and retreats as she watches her daughter’s outburst.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Emma is guarded and suspicious about the goodness of others. She doesn’t like being questioned or having to listen to authority figures. She does not follow school assignments and has no remorse about insulting officials or about hurting the feelings of other people if they don’t agree with her.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder B-1 Mackenzie sits huddled in her chair with distant eyes and a soft voice. Mackenzie suffers from extreme guilt after she survived a shooting at her school by hiding in a restroom stall. Mackenzie believes it is her fault that her friends Sarah and Lizzie were killed while she skipped that class and made her friends remain in the classroom.

Separation Anxiety Disorder

Separation Anxiety Disorder Matilda’s mother is overbearing and close and does most of the talking for her youngest daughter. Her mother describes Matilda’s recent fear of going to school or visiting friends. When the therapist asks to speak to Matilda alone, Matilda reacts instantly with fear and has difficulty being without her mother. Matilda is afraid that if left alone, she may be kidnapped.

V62.4 Social Exclusion or Rejection and V69.9 Problem Related to Lifestyle

V62.4 Social Exclusion or Rejection and V69.9 Problem Related to Lifestyle Christian is in the clinic because of recent postings he made online threatening a teacher and classmate. Christian, who likes to write and paint, has made teachers and students in the school uncomfortable by focusing his class assignments on a notable mass shooter with whom he identifies. Having only one friend and an affinity for firearms, Christian may be at risk for violence.