Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

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Transcript Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

This is a condition in which a person is
preoccupied with rules, orderliness, and
Feel as if they can never make a
 Get caught up in a worried style.
 Loose concern on things that are
important and start to believe they
aren’t important
 Get annoyed with themselves and
people around them.
They seem to never be able to finish
projects because they want every little
detail to be perfect.
 Manage their life with schedules.
 When in a meeting they insist on sitting
people in alphabetical order.
 Refuse to start a meeting until is it the
exact second it should start.
DSM-IV-TR Criteria
According to the DSM-IV-TR, this disorder
worsens later in life such as adulthood
because they feel as if they need more
control over the environment and other
things around them.
Causes of are likely due to biological
and genetic factors.
 Another cause for this disorder can be
from when a child such as the
environment they were in and how they
were treated as a child.
 How parents interacted with there early
Most people with this disorder do not
seek for help.
 The forms of treatment you receive for
this type of condition would be:
› Long term Psychotherapy
 Which helps the client understand their
feelings and talk about it instead of hiding
› Medications
 Such as provac.
 helps with anxiety and depression.
› Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy(CBT)
 Examines the clients thought process
 For example, they do an activity called thought
stopping. This reduces the amount of time spent on
Possible complications are:
Difficulty moving forward in career situations
Relationship Difficulties
This condition prevents complications
with drug abuse, which are common in
other personality disorders, but they
have issues handling their anger and
social interaction with others.
This disorder tends to happen in families
passed down in genes.
 But mostly occurs to men within the
What is the difference between
obsessive compulsive personality
disorder and obsessive compulsive
disorder? Explain.