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the act of making suitable to an end or the condition of being made suitable to an end

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Selection of psychotherapeutic treatment for adjustment disorder with depressive mood due to acute myocardial infarction.
Practitioners used insight-facilitation skills more with clients diagnosed with adjustment disorders than with those diagnosed with schizophrenia
The overall results of the study indicated that incidence of depression, anxiety disorder; adjustment disorder was high among patients with chronic pain.
His GP, psychiatrist and a counsellor from South Wales Police all gave evidence at the hearing and it was their view that DC Williams was recovering from an adjustment disorder, which causes someone to suffer low moods but is not classified as depression.
But the implications of the negligent surgery has resulted in serious consequences - both physical and psychological - and resulted in a prolonged adjustment disorder with features of anxiety and depression.
James Burke, defending, said hBlundell became anxious and depressed and has been diagnosed with an adjustment disorder.
A psychiatric report showed Pease had suffered at the time from an adjustment disorder and an unstable personality.
Mr Dewani was diagnosed by a psychiatrist with an acute stress disorder and a depressive adjustment disorder, Westminster Magistrates' Court, in London, heard yesterday.
Direct-to-consumer advertising (DTCA) is associated with both higher fidelity to minimum treatment recommendations for depression and higher prescribing levels of antidepressants for depression and adjustment disorder (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, small randomized controlled trial [RCT]).
A psychiatrist called by the defence told the jury - who will be asked to consider a verdict of manslaughter based on diminished responsibility - that the defendant was suffering from a personality disorder and an adjustment disorder.
Do the symptoms come from a general adjustment disorder from a major life change or event, such as a move or divorce?
About 13% of females and 7% of males were treated for an anxiety disorder, and 17% of females and 13% of males were treated for an adjustment disorder.
The least common illnesses indicated in the survey were alcohol or drug dependence (5 cases) and adjustment disorder (4 cases).