Anxiety disorders show features of fear, and behavioral disturbances. Where as fear is the emotional response to a perceived threat, anxiety is the anticipation of that perceived threat.
Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric diagnoses characterized by abnormally elevated or irritable mood episodes. Bipolar disorder is further characterized as periods of distractibility, grandiosity, flight of ideas, hyperactivity, increase talkativeness, and decreased need for sleep.
Major Depression (MD): Common symptoms of MD may include a low mood, loss of interest or enjoyment, decreased sleep, decreased appetite changes, guilt or self-criticism, poor concentration and reduced energy.
Adult attention deficit disorder is a developmental disorder characterized as inattentiveness, impulsivity, hyperactivity, inattention, inability to listen, organize, complete tasks, avoiding, and distraction.
Personality disorders display enduring patterns of thinking and feeling about one’s self and others that significantly affects how an individual functions in various aspects of life.
Schizophrenia is characterized as the co-occurrence of at least two of the following: hallucinations, delusions, disorganized speech, disorganized/catatonic behavior and/or negative symptoms.