Adjustment Disorder is a state of mixed emotions, such as depression and anxiety, which occur as a reaction to major life events or when having to face major life changes such as illness or relationship breakdown (6).
The experience of multifaceted situations or conditions involves individual and social factors.
The adjustment process is influenced by the way that people interpret these events, their self, and their encounters with others. These interpretations are likely to be influenced by the interactions between various underlying cognitive self-schemas and the social context.
Psychological interventions provide people with practical strategies to deal with social encounters and tackle underlying cognitive processes.
Psychological Counseling, Stress Management and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy help a client develop stress reduction strategies, solving problems coping strategies, and reducing emotional reaction coping strategies.