Adjustment Disorders Directory
Adjustment disorder is a disproportionately intense reaction to a stressor such as a loss of a loved one or other stressful event. Symptoms generally occur within 3 months of the stressful event. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about adjustment disorder, symptoms, how to treat it, and much more.
What Is Adjustment Disorder?
WebMD provides an overview of adjustment disorder or stress response syndrome, which is typically triggered by a serious emotional event.
Grief: What’s Normal? What Are the Common Stages?
When you suffer a loss, the emotions can be overwhelming. WebMD explains the common responses to grief and offers ways to cope.