DSM-5

Religious or Spiritual Problem

This category can be used when the focus of clinical attention is a religious or spiritual problem. Examples include distressing experiences that involve loss or questioning of faith, problems associated with conversion to a new faith, or questioning or spiritual values that may not necessarily be related to an organized church or religious institution.

Problems Related to Unwanted Pregnancy

Problems Related to Multiparity

Discord With Social Service Provider, Including Probation Officer, Case Manager, or Social Services Worker

Victim of Terrorism or Torture

Exposure to Disaster, War, or Other Hostilities

Other Problem Related to Psychosocial Circumstances

Unspecified Problem Related to Unspecified Psychosocial Circumstances

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