Psychosocial and Environmental Problems.
Psychosocial and Environmental Problems is for reporting psychosocial and environmental stressors that may affect the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of mental disorders. A psychosocial or environmental problem may be a negative life event, an environmental difficulty or deficiency, a familial or other interpersonal stressor, an inadequacy of social support of personal resources, or other problems relating to the context in which an individual's difficulties have developed. Positive stressors, such as a job promotion, should be listed only if they constitute or lead to a problem, as when an individual has difficulty adapting to the new situation. Psychosocial and Environmental Problems fall into nine categories, including primary support group, problems related to the social environment, educational problems, occupational problems, housing problems, economic problems, problems with access to health care services, problems related to interaction with the legal system, and other psychosocial and environmental problems that are affecting an individual's ability to function in their daily activities of life.
- Problems with primary support group
- Problems related to the social environment
- Educational problems
- Occupational problems
- Housing problems
- Economic problems
- Problems with access to health care services
- Problems related to interaction with the legal system/crime
- Other psychosocial and environmental problems