Substance-Induced Mood Disorder


Substance-Induced Mood Disorder is a mood disorder due to direct physiological effect of a substance(s).


After the use of a substance(s).

Diagnostic Criteria - Mental Health made easy.

Substance-Induced Mood Disorder.

1. At least one of the following:

A. Mark lack of interest in all or almost all,activities.( A depressed mood state. )B. Heighten or irritable mood.

2. One of the following:

A. Evidence symptoms within a month of intoxication or withdrawal.B. A relationship between a medication and the symptoms.

3. Symptoms not from another disorder.

4. Symptoms not from delirium.

5. Clinically significant distress from symptoms,or impairment in work, social,or other areas of important functioning.


Depressive Features.Manic Features.Mixed Features.During Intoxication.During Withdrawal.

Treatment ( Psychotherapy )

Adlerian TherapyBehavior TherapyExistential TherapyGestalt TherapyPerson-centered TherapyPsychoanalyticRational-emotive TherapyReality TherapyTransactional Analysis

Treatment ( Pharmacotherapy )


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