– neurodevelopmental disorders

  – intellectual disabilities

    – intellectual disability- onset in the early developmental period

    – global developmental delay – has to be under age 5

    – unspecified intellectual disability – over the age of 5

  – communication disorders

    – language disorder – symptom onset in the early developmental period

    – speech sound disorder – symptom onset in the early developmental period

    – childhood-onset fluency disorder – symptom onset in the early developmental period

    – social (pragmatic) communication disorder – onset in early developmental period, though deficits might not be “fully manifest” until later

  – autism spectrum disorder – symptoms must be present in the early developmental period

  – attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder – several inattentive or hyperactive symptoms present before 12 years old

  – specific learning disorder – symptoms begin during school years but can show themselves later, when learning demands increase beyond limits.

  – motor disorders

    – motor coordination disorder – onset of symptoms in the early developmental period

    – stereotypic movement disorder – onset in the early developmental period

    – tic disorders – all onset before 18 years except other specified tic disorder

      – tourette’s disorder

      – persistent motor or vocal tic disorder

      – provisional tic disorder

      – other specified tic disorder  – may specify “with onset after age 18 years”

– schizoprenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders – none

– bipolar and related disorders

  – cyclothymic disorder – under age 18 need only 1 year of symptoms, not 2

– depressive disorders

  – disruptive mood dysregulation disorder – cannot be diagnosed for the first time before age 6 or after age 18

  – major depressive disorder – under age 18 can have irritable mood instead of depressed mood

  – persistent depressive disorder – under age 18 need 1 year of symptoms instead of 2

– anxiety disorders

  – separation anxiety disorder – minors need 4 weeks of symptoms, adults 6 months

  – social anxiety disorder – children need anxiety with peers, not just adults

– obsessive-compulsive and related disorders – none

– trauma- and stressor-related disorders

  – reactive attachment disorder – symptoms present before age 5 and client must be developmentally at least 9 months old

  – disinhibited social engagement disorder – must be developmentally at least 9 months old. no age specifier, but for children

  – PTSD – separate diagnostic criteria for children under 6. also, in children (not adolescents) older than 6, repetitive thematic play can replace intrusive memories, frightening dreams without recognizable content can replace nightmares about event, and trauma-specific re-enactments can replace flashback criterion.

  – acute stress disorder – in children (not adolescents) older than 6, repetitive thematic play can replace intrusive memories, frightening dreams without recognizable content can replace nightmares about event, and trauma-specific re-enactments can replace flashback criterion.

– dissociative disorders – none

– somatic symptom and related disorders – none

– feeding and eating disorders and related disorders – none

– elimination disorders

  – enuresis – at least age 5 or equivalent

  – encopresis – at least age 4 or equivalent

– sleep-wake disorders – none

– sexual dysfunctions – none

– gender dysphoria – separate criteria for children vs adolescents and adults.

– disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders

  – oppositional defiant disorder – different criteria for up to 5 and 5+: most symptoms 4+x/week for 6 months for up to 5;  most symptoms 1+x/week for 6 months for up to 5.

  – intermittent explosive disorder – diagnosable at age 6 equivalent. age 6-18, aggressive bx that is part of an adjustment disorder should not be considered for this diagnosis.

  – conduct disorder – truancy criterion must begin before age 13. at age 18, dx is antisocial personality disorder unless criteria are not met. childhood-onset type starts before 10 years old, adolescent onset type 10+.

– substance-related and addictive disorders – none

– neurocognitive disorders – none

– personality disorders – all must have symptoms appear by early adulthood unless otherwise noted (in antisocial personality disorder)

  – antisocial personality disorder – symptoms must be present by age 15, as conduct disorder. cannot diagnose APD before age 18.

  – personality change due to another medical condition – in children (I’m assuming before 18) personality change must last 1 year before diagnosable.

– paraphilic disorders

  – voyeuristic disorder – must be 18 or older for dx

  – pedophilic disorder – symptoms must target “prepubescent child/ren” meaning 13 or fewer years. client must be 16+ and 5+ years older than target. “do not include an individual in late adolescence in an ongoing sexual relationship with a 12 or 13 year old.”

– other mental disorders – none

– medication-induced movement disorders