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In Massachusetts it is estimated that as many 300,000 children and young adults suffers from a diagnosable mental illness.
If direct services are provided by licensed health professionals using professional treatment techniques to achieve resolution of diagnosable (not necessarily diagnosed) problems, such services would be considered treatment, regardless of what they are called.
If you resist discarding possessions that others (a spouse, say, or a clinician) find of limited value, and consequently clutter your living space, and you are distressed about this or are creating what others consider an unsafe environment, you are diagnosable.
At best, you might have been told you don't meet medical necessity criteria for treatment because you don't have a diagnosable illness, but is that a measure of your mental health?
In this paper various conditions related to the umbilical cord and diagnosable by ultrasound will be discussed under the following headings:
Success using hypnosis as an adjunct to IVF procedures in the following case suggests that its use in this area could be beneficial to those who through diagnosable or idiopathic reasons are unable to conceive naturally.
The majority of young people in the American juvenile justice system have diagnosable mental illnesses, including substance abuse, mental retardation and learning disorders.
The bulk of offenders, 60 to 90 percent, have diagnosable antisocial personality disorders, and most people with anti-social personality disorders abuse alcohol or drugs.
He said: "He has no diagnosable mental illness but a personality disorder.
The National Institute for Mental Health reports that approximately 25 percent of adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year, and that mental disorders are the leading cause of disability in the United States and Canada for people ages 15-44.
Although the majority of nursing home residents have a diagnosable psychiatric disorder, most often dementia or depression, nursing homes are not designed as psychiatric facilities and staff members are not trained to deal with psychiatric illnesses.
An estimated 22 percent of adults suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder every year.