parentified child: a kid who is forced to give up childhood and act like an adult parent prematurely.
personalization: the tendency for individuals to relate external events to themselves though there may be no basis for the connection.
presenting problem: the reason a client presents for coming to counseling, e.g. a paralyzing fear of flying or an uncontrollable compulsion to eat toilet paper.
psychosomatic: physiological symptoms that are manifested in physical ways, such as migraines or sexual dysfunction caused by stress.