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Brief Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy

Author : Alessandra Lemma
ISBN : 9780199602452
Genre : Medical
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Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) is a brief psychodynamic psychotherapy developed for the treatment of mood disorders. This valuable new book is a user-friendly, practical guide for the implementation of a brief psychodynamic intervention in routine clinical practice as well as in research protocols.

An Integrated Approach To Short Term Dynamic Interpersonal Psychotherapy

Author : Joan Haliburn
ISBN : 9780429910722
Genre : Psychology
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Short-term dynamic interpersonal psychotherapy is an integrated, trauma-informed, contemporary, dynamic way of working with a range of mental health difficulties. Flexible though structured, phase-oriented, focused and time-limited, it is informed by the Conversational Model, Attachment and Interpersonal Theories and Brief Psychodynamic Psychotherapies, which are briefly described. It provides clinicians with a way of working with patients whose difficulties do not warrant long term therapy, who prefer a talking therapy or who have failed cognitive/behaviour therapies. With the help of examples, it guides the process of assessment and therapy with trauma in mind: using Conversational Model techniques where empathy replaces confrontation; resistance is seen as a fear of re-traumatization; defence mechanisms are regarded as adaptive coping mechanisms which later become maladaptive; transference interventions replace interpretations, and self-reflective capacity is encouraged rather than just insight. Separation anxiety is addressed and anxiety-provoking techniques are avoided, given that anxiety is a large part of most presentations. The book also covers the use of short-term dynamic interpersonal psychotherapy in issues of grief and bereavement; difficulties arising from life-changing medical diagnosis; relational and functional difficulties resulting from chronic major mental illness; and emergency psychiatry where patients present with disturbances which require prompt, empathic connection and assessment in order to maintain continuity of care.

Concise Guide To Brief Dynamic And Interpersonal Therapy

Author : Hanna Levenson
ISBN : 1585627739
Genre : Medical
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In today's world of managed care -- characterized by limited mental health resources, emphasis on accountability, concerns of third-party payers, and consumer need -- the demand for mental health professionals to use briefer therapeutic approaches is on the rise. Fully 84% of all clinicians are doing some form of planned brief therapy (6-20 sessions per year per patient). Yet despite clinical advances and outcome data that demonstrate the effectiveness of short-term therapy, many therapists -- in fact, 90% of those whose theoretical orientation is psychodynamic rather than cognitive-behavioral -- are reluctant to learn briefer interventions, seeing value only in long-term, depth-oriented work. The second edition of this Concise Guide is intended to help educate both beginning and experienced clinicians in the strategies and techniques of time-attentive models and to foster more positive and optimistic attitudes toward using these important therapies. The seven therapeutic models presented here -- including an entirely new chapter on time-limited group therapy -- highlight the importance of the interpersonal perspective. The seven models, one per chapter, represent well-established short-term approaches to clinical issues that therapists commonly encounter in their clinical practices. These models also have clearly defined intervention techniques and formulation strategies and can be used within the 10- to 20-session time frame of most managed care settings. The first part of each chapter dealing with a therapeutic model lists the various presenting problems the authors deem most suitable for treatment by that particular approach. The authors discuss the overall framework of each model, selection criteria, goals, therapeutic tasks and strategies, empirical support, and relevance for managed care, with clinical cases to illustrate the application of each model. The authors include updated chapters on supportive, time-limited, and interpersonal therapies; time-limited dynamic psychotherapy; short-term dynamic therapy for patients with posttraumatic stress disorder; brief dynamic therapy for patients with substance abuse disorders; an entirely new chapter on time-limited group therapy; and a final chapter on the reciprocal relationship between pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Meant to complement the more detailed information found in lengthier psychiatric texts, this Concise Guide (it is designed to fit into a jacket or lab coat pocket) is a practical and convenient reference for psychiatrists, psychiatric residents, and medical students working in a variety of treatment settings, such as inpatient psychiatry units, outpatient clinics, consultation-liaison services, and private offices.

Concise Guide To Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy

Author : Hanna Levenson
ISBN : UOM:39015040559828
Genre : Brief psychotherapy
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This guide presents seven brief psychodynamic therapy models, including: supportive therapy; time-limited therapy; interpersonal therapy; time-limited dynamic psychotherapy; short-term dynamic therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder; brief dynamic therapy for substance abuse disorders; and brief psychodynamic psychotherapy with children. The models are established short-term approaches to common clinical problems and can accomodate the ten- to 20-minutes session time frame found in most managed care settings. Each chapter focuses on a particular approach, and matches particular patient problems best handled by that approach. The book discusses each model in terms of its overall framework, selection criteria, goals, therapeutic tasks and strategies, empirical support, and relevance for managed care. Clinical cases are provided to illustrate how each model is applied. A separate chapter covering the use of psychopharmacology in brief psychotherapy is also included.

The Trauma Therapies

Author : John Marzillier
ISBN : 9780191662324
Genre : Psychology
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It is well recognized that those who go through a major trauma can go on to experience psychological problems. Many seek psychological help and there is a now a range of psychotherapies specifically for those who have been through trauma. In this authoritative book John Marzillier describes and reviews the various forms of trauma therapy, examining what the therapies consist of, their research basis, their similarities and differences, and what they tell us about trauma and its effects. Designed specifically for therapists, and engagingly written, the book ranges from established therapies such as prolonged exposure, EMDR and imaginal reliving to newer developments such as mindfulness meditation, compassionate-focused therapy and energy psychology techniques. Aware that therapy is more than a collection of techniques, Marzillier discusses the nature of psychological trauma, the therapeutic relationship and what psychotherapy can offer. The domination of a quasi-medical model, notably in terms of PTSD, and of evidence-based psychotherapy has led to a misleadingly simplistic notion that effective trauma therapies are those based on exposure. This book does much to dispel this notion. For all psychotherapists and counsellors, this is a valuable book describing the many and varied trauma therapies. It shows how therapists of all persuasions can benefit from further understanding of how best to help those who have been through a major trauma.

Key Competencies In Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy

Author : Jeffrey L. Binder
ISBN : 9781462507054
Genre : Psychology
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This book identifies the core competencies shared by expert therapists and helps clinicians—especially those providing brief dynamic/interpersonal therapy—to develop and apply them in their own work. Rather than being a cookbook of particular techniques, the book richly describes therapists' mental processes and moment-to-moment actions as they engage in effective therapeutic inquiry and improvise to help patients achieve their goals. The author integrates the psychotherapy and cognitive science literatures to provide a unique understanding of therapist expertise. Featuring many illustrative examples, the book offers fresh insights into how learning and interpersonal skills can be enhanced for both therapist and client.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy For Depressed Adolescents

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ISBN : 9781609182267
Genre : Psychology
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Grounded in extensive research and clinical experience, this manual provides a complete guide to interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents (IPT-A). IPT-A is an evidence-based brief intervention designed to meet the specific developmental needs of teenagers. Clinicians learn how to educate adolescents and their families about depression, work with associated relationship difficulties, and help clients manage their symptoms while developing more effective communication and interpersonal problem-solving skills. The book includes illustrative clinical vignettes, an extended case example, and information on the model's conceptual and empirical underpinnings. Helpful session checklists and sample assessment tools are featured in the appendices.

Panikfokussierte Psychodynamische Psychotherapie

Author : Claudia Subic-Wrana
ISBN : 9783840923081
Genre : Psychology
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Die „Panikfokussierte Psychodynamische Psychotherapie“ (PFPP) ist eine psychodynamisch orientierte, manualisierte Behandlung der Panikstörung. Das Vorgehen wurde in den USA von der Autorengruppe um Barbara Milrod entwickelt und seine Wirksamkeit konnte in mehreren Studien empirisch belegt werden. Kern der Behandlung ist die sorgfältige Exploration der Symptomatik und der Entstehungssituationen der Panikattacken. Die damit verbundenen Gedanken, Phantasien und Gefühle des Patienten ermöglichen einen Zugang zu seinen Selbstvorstellungen und seinem Beziehungserleben, woraus sich der individuelle, die Panikstörung unterhaltende, Abhängigkeits-/Autonomiekonflikt erkennen und deuten lässt. Die Durcharbeitung des Konflikts fokussiert auf der Angst vor der Äußerung negativer Emotionen – insbesondere Ärger – in der Übertragungs-/Gegenübertragungssituation. Der Behandlungsansatz und das therapeutische Vorgehen werden anhand zahlreicher Fallbeispiele veranschaulicht und ergänzt durch eine ausführliche Darstellung des aktuellen Forschungsstands zur Ätiologie, Epidemiologie und Behandlung der Panikstörung. Der Band bietet damit eine aktuelle Übersicht zur störungsbezogenen Behandlung von Panikerkrankungen; mit der gleichzeitigen Betonung auf einem symptom- wie übertragungsbezogenen Ansatz füllt er eine Lücke in der Literatur zur Behandlung von Angststörungen.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy 2e A Clinician S Guide

Author : Scott Stuart
ISBN : 9781444137545
Genre : Psychology
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'This book provides a very useful and thought-provoking account of a developing form of interpersonal psychotherapy and gives a clear guide for practising clinicians." Psychological Medicine First published in 2003, this groundbreaking text firmly established itself as a touchstone for all therapists using interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT). Key features and benefits: • A wealth of clinically-based descriptions and vignettes help bring the theory to life • Numerous case studies highlight the key issues in IPT • Reproducible diagrams and flowcharts for use by therapists and their patients • Comprehensive coverage of key theoretical issues and an up-to-date critical appraisal of IPT research New for the second edition: • Extended coverage of the clinical adaptation of IPT to post-traumatic mental health and other new applications of IPT • More on depression and common problems encountered in IPT • Coverage of training and dissemination • How to manage joint sessions and integrate techniques from other approaches and models Interpersonal Psychotherapy: a clinician's guide is the international standard for the clinical trainee seeking an introduction to IPT as well as for instructors of psychiatry residents, psychology interns and graduate students, as well as social work students. It is an accessible reference for other mental health providers and primary care practitioners.

Psychoanalytische Gruppentherapie

Author : Karl König
ISBN : 3525457324
Genre : History
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