3 edition of Treating the neurotic patient in brief psychotherapy found in the catalog.
Treating the neurotic patient in brief psychotherapy
Includes bibliographical references (p. 242) and index.
|Statement||edited by Althea J. Horner.|
|Series||The Master work series|
|Contributions||Horner, Althea J.|
|LC Classifications||RC480.55 .T74 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||93074779|
Congratulations, you have at least made the diagnosis of neurosis (a mental illness) which most people do not, in spite of its omnipresence, for lack of awareness of the signs and symptoms. I would strongly recommend my recently published book "Ne. A brief history of neuroticism, and a briefer glimpse at new ways to fight it, framed his James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award Address at the 24 th APS Annual Convention. “Over the last 10 or 15 years we’ve discovered substantial overlap among the anxiety and mood disorders,” Barlow said.
A brief history of psychiatry. Freud developed psychoanalysis to treat these "neurotic" patients. However, psychiatry, not neurology, soon became the specialty known for providing this treatment. which continues to this day, between biological psychiatry and psychotherapy. Psychoanalysis was the dominant paradigm in outpatient. 39 out-patients, 19 men and 20 women with a neurotic personality structure, evaluated by at least 2 therapists, were treated with short-term dynamic psychotherapy. 33 patients were followed up 2.
Treatment of MUS in primary care. Although GPs believe that patients with MUS should be managed in primary care, they perceive a dearth of effective strategies to treat these complex patients. 10 GPs' beliefs about the lack of treatment guidance are consistent with the literature: there are few MUS treatment studies based in primary care. Almost all of the research on MUS treatment comes from. alyzed, also prior to treatment, they uniformly indicated neurotic interaction between the mari-1 V. W. Eisenstein, Neurotic Interaction in Marriage, New York: Basic Books, 2 E. Leichter, "Group Psychotherapy of Married Couples' Groups: Some Characteristic Treatment Dynamics," Inter-national Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 12 (April ).
This book examines the use of brief psychotherapy with the neurotic patient, using clinical examples throughout. While treatment is shorter in brief psychotherapy, it is not easier or less demanding on the therapist. It demands a clarity of thinking and precision of purpose that takes time and motivation to develop.5/5(1).
This book examines the use of brief psychotherapy with the neurotic patient, using clinical examples throughout. While treatment is shorter in brief psychotherapy, it is not easier or less demanding on the therapist. It demands a clarity of thinking and precision of purpose that takes time and motivation to : Jason Aronson, Inc.
Get this from a library. Treating the neurotic patient in brief psychotherapy. [Althea J Horner;]. Learn more about the history and causes of neurotic behavior. Extreme, constant worry and negativity can cross into neurotic behaviors that can affect your daily life.
Pediatric patients with neurotic and hyperkinetic reaction patterns have been treated experimentally on one of 3 schedules: (a) brief psychotherapy, (b) brief psychotherapy plus placebo, (c) brief psychotherapy plus perphenazine.
Analysis of the clinical response rates has Cited by: Treating the oedipal patient in brief psychotherapy. New York: J. Aronson, © (OCoLC) Online version: Treating the oedipal patient in brief psychotherapy.
New York: J. Aronson, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Althea J Horner. Brief eclectic psychotherapy for PTSD aims to change painful thoughts and feelings that are the result of a traumatic event. While incorporating many elements found in cognitive behavioral therapy for PTSD, BEP also incorporates a psychodynamic approach with an emphasis on the emotions of shame and guilt and the relationship between patient and therapist.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy used for high-risk, tough-to-treat patients. The term "dialectical" comes from the idea that bringing together two. Patients with comorbid psychopathology may be more difficult to treat in short- term therapy.
In addition, some conditions such as substance abuse or serious mental illness require focused and more intensive interventions. Patients with an Axis II diagnosis are also less likely to. Treatment plans can help smooth any potential bumps in treatment, especially if a client requires a kind of treatment the primary therapist cannot provide (e.g., a certain type of intervention or a prescription for medication) or must see a new therapist for some other reason (e.g., if the client or therapist has moved, or the therapist is on.
Suicide-Specific Brief Interventions. This video describes four evidence-based (randomized controlled trials) suicide interventions that are effective with only a brief contact with the suicidal patient.
Teachable Moment Brief Intervention (TMBI) – a one-time intervention 2 days after an attempt; Motivational Interviewing – in-patient settings.
Treatment of brief psychotic disorder. Medication is the main intervention for psychoses, but treatment in the initial phase should not be exclusively medication. Both psycho-social interventions and psychological therapy are very important in the recovery process.
C.J. Mace, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2 Interpersonal Therapy Overview. Interpersonal therapy (IPT) is an increasingly common model of brief psychotherapy that was developed as a specific treatment for depression in the s.
Findings from research into the interpersonal precipitants of depression were used in designing an intervention that. The treatment plan is built around the problems that the patient brings into treatment.
Within the treatment plan is a problem list that details each prob-lem. The problem list comes at the end of the diagnostic summary. It tells the staff what the patient will do in treatment. It. Psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods to assist people to modify undesirable emotions, attitudes, and behaviors.
Types of psychotherapy include psychoanalysis, behavioral therapy, cognitive therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, group therapy, couples therapy, and family therapy.
'This is a significant book. There is much new thinking in it which will provide discussion for some time to come. To my mind it has another value. In many ways the work provides a complement to Bion's theory and with its graphical clinical description could well contribute to the better integration of his work into the sphere of child.
Traditionally, psychotherapy was a long progress, often involving years of treatment. As psychotherapy became more widely available, emphasis was placed on a more brief form of treatment.
Implications for therapy. Psychotherapy is about identifying and changing harmful procedures. Cognitive Analytic Therapy grew out of a need to formulate patient problems in terms that were psychodynamically relevant but, at the same time, accessible to the patient and also permitted the assessment of aim achievement in therapy (Ryle, ).
Treating Major Depressive Disorder: Predictors of Patient Response. In deciding the most effective course and type of MDD treatment, numerous elements must be taken into account by the clinician, including, pivotally, the severity of the current major depressive episode (Thase et al., ).In light of some meta-analyses suggesting that ADTs may offer little efficacy above placebo (Kirsch et.
Psychotherapy (psychological therapy or talking therapy) is the use of psychological methods, particularly when based on regular personal interaction with adults, to help a person change behavior and overcome problems in desired ways.
Psychotherapy aims to improve an individual's well-being and mental health, to resolve or mitigate troublesome behaviors, beliefs, compulsions, thoughts, or. Psychotherapeutic modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) have proven to be effective for a range of psychiatric and psychosocial difficulties including depression, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, eating disorders, and personality disorders.
But when it comes to treating psychosis, CBT and other forms of psychotherapy .This book presents for the first time an approach to psychotherapy consistent with the author'a previous work, Neurotic Styles.
His keenness of observation and profound clinical wisdom are once again in evidence, as he brings to bear his brilliant ideas about neurotic character on the actual conduct of psychotherapy.A brief psychotic disorder is an uncommon psychiatric condition characterized by sudden and temporary periods of psychotic behavior, such as delusions, hallucinations, and confusion.