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Cluster A- Shizoid 
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  • Inability to form close interpersonal relationships
  • Failure to respond to others in meaningful, emotional way
  • Men>women
  • Aloof and indifferent to others, emotionally cold
  • No close friends, prefers solitude
  • Shy, anxious, uneasy in the presence of others
  • Inappropriately serious about everything 
  • Difficulty finding humor in situations/conversations 
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Cluster A- Schizotypal
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  • Aloof and isolated
  • Behave in a bland and apathetic often inappropriate affect
  • Magical thinking
  • Ideas of reference
  • Illusions
  • Depersonalization 
  • Superstitious 
  • Withdrawal into self
  • Bizarre speech pattern 
*may deteriorate into psychosis necessitating psychotropic treatment that may include inpatient admission and antipsychotic dosing for 18 months to 2 years 
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Cluster B- Histrionic 
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  • Labile mood
  • Easily distracted 
  • Attention seeking behaviors 
  • Impulsive and melodramatic
  • Flamboyant and provocative 
  • Shallow
  • No insight
  • Need to impress others
  • Preoccupied with appearance 
  • Difficulty forming closer interpersonal relationships 
  • Somatic complaints are common
  • When admiration/attention not given will become depressed, more likely enraged 
  • Suicidal gestures can result in hospitalization— suicide assessment must be done
  • Support offered using clear parameters 
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Cluster B- Antisocial 
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  • Inconsistent employment and academic performance 
  • Failure to conform to societal norms and rules/laws— no remorse for violations of societal norms/laws
  • (Calculated) impulsivity and recklessness 
  • Belligerent and argumentative 
  • Unable to delay gratification 
  • Low tolerance for frustration 
  • Exploits and manipulates others for personal gain
  • Fails to develop stable interpersonal relationships— inability to function as a responsible parent and/or form and sustain long term monogamous relationship 
  • Most encountered in prisons, jails, rehab services 
  • May be admitted to healthcare system by court order for psychiatric and psychological evaluation 
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Cluster C- Obsessive Compulsive 
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  • Inflexible about the way in which things must be done 
  • Notable lack of self-confidence that is often apparent in: posture, voice, mannerisms; overly generous and thoughtful, while underplaying own achievements 
  • Dedication to productively at the exclusion of personal pleasure
  • Relatively common in general population
  • Men>women 
  • Within the family constellation— most common first born
  • Low-esteem and self worth— easily hurt by criticism and disapproval 
  • Avoids positions of responsibility 
  • Become moderately to severely anxious when forced into positions of responsibility 
  • Assume passive and submissive roles in relationships 
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Cluster B- Borderline
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  • Unstable, intense interpersonal relationships 
  • Unstable self image 
  • Labile mood
  • Chronic sense of emptiness rooted in loss— intense fear of abandonment 
  • Will “split”— idealizing alternating with devaluing others
  • Easily angered to levels that are intense and pervasive 
  • Need anger management intervention 
  • Safety via consistent limit setting
  • Interpersonal relationship building
  • Explore feelings related to fear of abandonment— complicated grieving may be the origin 
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Cluster B
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  • Intense, unstable emotions
  • Distorted self-image
  • Impulsive 
  • Lack of empathy 
  • Lack of remorse
  • Manipulation of others 
  • Violation of the rights of others
  • Violation of societal norms 
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Cluster B- Narcissist
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  • Differentiate from self confidence 
  • Mood, often grounded in grandiosity, is optimistic, relaxed, cheerful, charismatic 
  • Because if fragile self-esteem, mood can easily change if the client does not— meet self-expectations, receive the feedback they expect and think they deserve, or criticism from others may cause them to respond with rage, shame and humiliation 
  • Lack of empathy 
  • Belief in an inalienable right to receive special consideration 
  • Men>women
  • Grandiose, need to be admired, sense of entitlement, arrogant, patronizing, rude, overestimates self and underestimates others
  • When redirected or corrected, limits set or given boundaries they will counterattack 
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Cluster C- Avoidant
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  • Extreme sensitivity to rejection 
  • Social withdrawal 
  • Men=Women
  • Awkward and uncomfortable in social situations 
  • Desire close relationships but avoids them for fear of rejection 
  • Perceived as timid, withdrawn, or cold and odd
  • Often lonely and feel unwanted 
  • View others as critical or betraying 
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Cluster C- Dependent 
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  • Pattern of relying in others for emotional support
  • Relatively common with then general population 
  • Women>men
  • More common in youngest child of family 
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Cluster A
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  • Eccentric, odd, peculiar 
  • Very suspicious of others
  • Fear of exploitation, harm or deceit; confiding in others 
  • Misinterpretation of remarks
  • Hypervigilant
  • Hostile, aloof

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Cluster A- Paranoid
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  • Pervasive, persistent and inappropriate mistrust of others 
  • Hypervigilant 
  • Ready for any threat (real or imagined)
  • Constantly tests the honesty of others 
  • Insensitive to the feelings of others (no filter)
  • Tends to misinterpret minutes cues 
  • Magnifies and distorts cues in the environment (altered perception)
  • Does not accept responsibility of his/her own behavior 
  • Attributes shortcomings to others (blaming)
  • Can be hostile, stubborn, argumentative, judgmental
  • Holding grudges 
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Q:
Cluster A- Shizoid 
A:
  • Inability to form close interpersonal relationships
  • Failure to respond to others in meaningful, emotional way
  • Men>women
  • Aloof and indifferent to others, emotionally cold
  • No close friends, prefers solitude
  • Shy, anxious, uneasy in the presence of others
  • Inappropriately serious about everything 
  • Difficulty finding humor in situations/conversations 
Q:
Cluster A- Schizotypal
A:
  • Aloof and isolated
  • Behave in a bland and apathetic often inappropriate affect
  • Magical thinking
  • Ideas of reference
  • Illusions
  • Depersonalization 
  • Superstitious 
  • Withdrawal into self
  • Bizarre speech pattern 
*may deteriorate into psychosis necessitating psychotropic treatment that may include inpatient admission and antipsychotic dosing for 18 months to 2 years 
Q:
Cluster B- Histrionic 
A:
  • Labile mood
  • Easily distracted 
  • Attention seeking behaviors 
  • Impulsive and melodramatic
  • Flamboyant and provocative 
  • Shallow
  • No insight
  • Need to impress others
  • Preoccupied with appearance 
  • Difficulty forming closer interpersonal relationships 
  • Somatic complaints are common
  • When admiration/attention not given will become depressed, more likely enraged 
  • Suicidal gestures can result in hospitalization— suicide assessment must be done
  • Support offered using clear parameters 
Q:
Cluster B- Antisocial 
A:
  • Inconsistent employment and academic performance 
  • Failure to conform to societal norms and rules/laws— no remorse for violations of societal norms/laws
  • (Calculated) impulsivity and recklessness 
  • Belligerent and argumentative 
  • Unable to delay gratification 
  • Low tolerance for frustration 
  • Exploits and manipulates others for personal gain
  • Fails to develop stable interpersonal relationships— inability to function as a responsible parent and/or form and sustain long term monogamous relationship 
  • Most encountered in prisons, jails, rehab services 
  • May be admitted to healthcare system by court order for psychiatric and psychological evaluation 
Q:
Cluster C- Obsessive Compulsive 
A:
  • Inflexible about the way in which things must be done 
  • Notable lack of self-confidence that is often apparent in: posture, voice, mannerisms; overly generous and thoughtful, while underplaying own achievements 
  • Dedication to productively at the exclusion of personal pleasure
  • Relatively common in general population
  • Men>women 
  • Within the family constellation— most common first born
  • Low-esteem and self worth— easily hurt by criticism and disapproval 
  • Avoids positions of responsibility 
  • Become moderately to severely anxious when forced into positions of responsibility 
  • Assume passive and submissive roles in relationships 
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Q:
Cluster B- Borderline
A:
  • Unstable, intense interpersonal relationships 
  • Unstable self image 
  • Labile mood
  • Chronic sense of emptiness rooted in loss— intense fear of abandonment 
  • Will “split”— idealizing alternating with devaluing others
  • Easily angered to levels that are intense and pervasive 
  • Need anger management intervention 
  • Safety via consistent limit setting
  • Interpersonal relationship building
  • Explore feelings related to fear of abandonment— complicated grieving may be the origin 
Q:
Cluster B
A:
  • Intense, unstable emotions
  • Distorted self-image
  • Impulsive 
  • Lack of empathy 
  • Lack of remorse
  • Manipulation of others 
  • Violation of the rights of others
  • Violation of societal norms 
Q:
Cluster B- Narcissist
A:
  • Differentiate from self confidence 
  • Mood, often grounded in grandiosity, is optimistic, relaxed, cheerful, charismatic 
  • Because if fragile self-esteem, mood can easily change if the client does not— meet self-expectations, receive the feedback they expect and think they deserve, or criticism from others may cause them to respond with rage, shame and humiliation 
  • Lack of empathy 
  • Belief in an inalienable right to receive special consideration 
  • Men>women
  • Grandiose, need to be admired, sense of entitlement, arrogant, patronizing, rude, overestimates self and underestimates others
  • When redirected or corrected, limits set or given boundaries they will counterattack 
Q:
Cluster C- Avoidant
A:
  • Extreme sensitivity to rejection 
  • Social withdrawal 
  • Men=Women
  • Awkward and uncomfortable in social situations 
  • Desire close relationships but avoids them for fear of rejection 
  • Perceived as timid, withdrawn, or cold and odd
  • Often lonely and feel unwanted 
  • View others as critical or betraying 
Q:
Cluster C- Dependent 
A:
  • Pattern of relying in others for emotional support
  • Relatively common with then general population 
  • Women>men
  • More common in youngest child of family 
Q:
Cluster A
A:
  • Eccentric, odd, peculiar 
  • Very suspicious of others
  • Fear of exploitation, harm or deceit; confiding in others 
  • Misinterpretation of remarks
  • Hypervigilant
  • Hostile, aloof

Q:
Cluster A- Paranoid
A:
  • Pervasive, persistent and inappropriate mistrust of others 
  • Hypervigilant 
  • Ready for any threat (real or imagined)
  • Constantly tests the honesty of others 
  • Insensitive to the feelings of others (no filter)
  • Tends to misinterpret minutes cues 
  • Magnifies and distorts cues in the environment (altered perception)
  • Does not accept responsibility of his/her own behavior 
  • Attributes shortcomings to others (blaming)
  • Can be hostile, stubborn, argumentative, judgmental
  • Holding grudges 
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