Acrophobia - Fear of heights.
Aerophobia - Fear of flying.
Agliophobia - Fear of pain.
Aichmophobia - Fear of needles or pointed objects.
Amaxophobia - Fear of riding in a car.
Androphobia - Fear of men.
Anginophobia - Fear of angina or choking.
Anthrophobia - Fear of flowers.
Arithmophobia - Fear of numbers.
Astraphobia - Fear of thunder and lightning.
Ataxophobia - Fear of disorder or untidiness.
Bacteriophobia - Fear of bacteria.
Barophobia - Fear of gravity.
Bathmophobia - Fear of stairs or steep slopes.
Batrachophobia - Fear of amphibians.
Belonephobia - Fear of pins and needles.
Bibliophobia - Fear of books.
Botanophobia - Fear of plants.
Chionophobia - Fear of snow.
Chromophobia - Fear of colors.
Chronomentrophobia - Fear of clocks.
Claustrophobia - Fear of confined spaces.
Cyberphobia - Fear of computers.
Cynophobia - Fear of dogs.
Dendrophobia - Fear of trees.
Dentophobia - Fear of dentists.
Domatophobia - Fear of houses.
Ecophobia - Fear of the home.
Elurophobia - Fear of cats.
Entomophobia - Fear of insects.
Ephebiphobia - Fear of teenagers.
Equinophobia - Fear of horses.
Genuphobia - Fear of knees.
Gynophobia - Fear of women.
Heliophobia - Fear of the sun.
Herpetophobia - Fear of reptiles.
Hydrophobia - Fear of water.
Hypochonria - Fear of illness.
Iatrophobia - Fear of doctors.
Koinoniphobia - Fear of rooms.
Leukophobia - Fear of the color white.
Lilapsophobia - Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes.
Mageirocophobia - Fear of cooking.
Megalophobia - Fear of large things.
Melanophobia - Fear of the color black.
Microphobia - Fear of small things.
Mysophobia - Fear of dirt and germs.
Necrophobia - Fear of death or dead things.
Noctiphobia - Fear of the night.
Nosocomephobia - Fear of hospitals.
Nyctophobia - Fear of the dark.
Octophobia - Fear of the figure 8.
Ombrophobia - Fear of rain.
Ophidiophobia - Fear of snakes.
Ornithophobia - Fear of birds.
Pathophobia - Fear of disease.
Pedophobia - Fear of children.
Phobophobia - Fear of phobias.
Podophobia - Fear of feet.
Porphyrophobia - Fear of the color purple.
Pteridophobia - Fear of ferns.
Pteromerhanophobia - Fear of flying.
Pyrophobia - Fear of fire.
Samhainophobia - Fear of Halloween.
Scolionophobia - Fear of school.
Selenophobia - Fear of the moon.
Somniphobia - Fear of sleep.
Tachophobia - Fear of speed.
Technophobia - Fear of technology.
Tonitrophobia - Fear of thunder.
Trypanophobia - Fear of needles /injections.
Verminophobia - Fear of germs.
Wiccaphobia - Fear of witches and witchcraft.
Zoophobia - Fear of animals.
Generalized anxiety disorder: GAD is a pattern of continuous anxiety disorder, excessive, uncontrollable and abnormal worries about different activities and events of life.
Agoraphobia: It is an anxiety disorder in which a patient has intense attacks of fear and anxiety and perceives that their home environment is the only safe place.
Social anxiety disorder: SAD is also called social phobia. SAD is an anxiety disorder in which a patient experiences intense fear in social events and parties.
Panic disorder: In this a patient experiences unexpected and reoccurring attacks of intense fear of something harmful.
Post-traumatic stress disorder: A type of anxiety disorder in which a patient has seen or experienced a psychological trauma such as threat of injury and death, abuse, a traumatic life event, etc.; wide range of severity, effects more people than realize they have it
Separation anxiety: In this a child becomes anxious when separated from the mother.
Mental retardation: Children with mental retardation take long time to learn to talk, walk, and taking care of themselves.
Learning disabilities: This affects a child’s brain ability to receive, process, store and retrieve information. Children with learning disabilities experience learning problems.
Communication disorders: In this disorder a child experiences a speech and language disorder which results in communication problem.
Autism: It is a developmental disorder. It occurs in the early childhood and harms the normal brain development related to social and communication skills.
ADD/ADHD (Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder): It is a common neurobehavioral disorders occur in childhood.
***This affects adults too, and is a learning disability. It’s genetic, and caused by a chemical imbalance in your brain. Involves inability to focus, insomnia, higher levels of energy, impulsivity, lack of a filter, etc. People with this often have trouble reading, doing math, or even activities they enjoy. They often have the ability to ‘hyperfocus’ and not be able to sense anything other than what they are focused on
Conduct disorder: It is a childhood and adolescence disorder involving chronic behavior problems like impulsive behavior, drug abuse and crime activities.
Oppositional defiant disorder: ODD is a behavioral problem that develops in childhood and may result in constant disobedience, anger, hostile and uncooperative behavior towards parents and other caregivers.
Dissociative disorder: A condition in which a patient experiences a nervous collapse of memory, awareness, identity and perception.
Dissociative fugue: A rare psychiatric disorder also called dissociative fugue. In this condition a patient suddenly and unexpectedly without any planning travels far away from his/her home and work and experiences impaired past recalls.
Dissociative identity disorder: DID is also called multiple personality disorder. It is a highly complex disorder in which a patient experiences two or more split and distinct identities.
Depersonalization disorder: DPD is also called dissociative disorder.In this condition a patient experiences a feeling of depersonalization which results in unpleasant, persistent and damaging change.
Anorexia nervosa: An eating disorder in which a patient experiences an intense fear of gaining weight and lose more weight than their age and height. Bulimia nervosa: A patient with this disorder eats a large amount of food in less time.
Rumination disorder: A condition in which an individual keeps bringing back the food from the stomach into the mouth and rechews it.
EDNOS (Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified): any other form of clinically disordered eating habits.
Munchausen syndrome: A condition also called psychiatric factitious disorder in which an individual intentionally fakes and self induces an illness to be treated like a patient.
Munchausen syndrome by proxy: A factitious disorder and a mental illness in which parents exaggerate and induce physical, behavioral and mental health issues in their child, even if the child is feeling fine.
Ganser syndrome: A person having this disorder gives wrong answers to questions and does work incorrectly, it is also called nonsense syndrome.
Impulse Control Disorders
Kleptomania: A patient urges to steal things, not for his/her personal use or financial problem)
Pyromania: It is also called impulse control disorder in which a person begins fires to decrease tension, for pleasure and satisfaction. Trichotillomania: It is also called “trichotillosis”, a psychological condition in which a person experiences deliberate urge to pull his/her own hairs.
Pathological gambling: A person having this disorder physically can’t resist gambling. Gambling addiction results in personal and social problems.
Intermittent explosive disorder: IED is a disorder related to behavior results in extreme anger and violence.
Dermatillomania: Also called pathologic skin picking and psychogenic excoriation, in which a person has a strong desire to pick at his/her own skin.
OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder): an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something (compulsions).
Bipolar disorder: A condition in which a patient experience a very good and irritable mood back and forth, also called manic depressive disorder. Major depressive disorder: MDD is also called major depression,in which a patient experiences low mood along with low self esteem. Cyclothymic disorder: also called cyclothymia. mood disorder that causes emotional ups and downs of less intensity.
Agoraphilia: sexual arousal from having sexual contact in public places
Altocalciphilia: a particular sexual attraction to high heeled shoes
Alvinolagnia: a particular sexual attraction to stomachs
Amychophilia: sexual arousal from scratching or being scratched
Basorexia: strong sexual craving or hunger for kissing Coprolalia: sexual arousal from dirty language or written words Gerontophilia: a particular sexual attraction to partners of a dramatically different age then themselves (15+ years difference)
Hypoxyphilia: sexual arousal from the limiting or withholding of oxygen
Masochism (BDSM-sub): sexual arousal from being dominated/humiliated
Merinthophilia: sexual arousal from being bound or restrained
Odaxelagnia: sexual arousal from biting or being bitten
Podophilia: sexual arousal from a partner’s feet
Sadism (BDSM-dom): sexual arousal from dominating/mistreating/humiliating one’s partner
Stigmatophilia: sexual arousal from tattoos and/or piercings
Voyeurism: sexual arousal from watching others have sex