Adjustment Disorder is a collection of symptoms that occur in direct response to a life event. Adjustment disorder can result in significant impairment in social, occupational, or academic functioning. Symptoms typically include anxiety and/or depression. Symptoms last up to 6 months, though there is heightened risk of subsequently developing a major depressive or anxiety disorder.
Adjustment Disorder responds well to psychotherapy, which can prevent its progression to depression or anxiety.
Depression | Anxiety | Panic Disorder | Social Anxiety Disorder
Postpartum Depression | Bipolar Disorder | Stress | Trauma
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) | Adjustment Disorder
Substance Abuse and Food Addiction | PTSD
Borderline Personality Disorder | Other Personality Disorders