Cognitive Behavioral Therapy versus Short Psychodynamic Supportive Psychotherapy in the outpatient treatment of depression: a randomized controlled trial
- Depressed patients' preferences for type of psychotherapy: a preliminary study. Yrondi, Antoine; Rieu, Julie; Massip, Claire; Bongard, Vanina; Schmitt, Laurent // Patient Preference & Adherence;Sep2015, Vol. 9, p1371
Background: The treatment recommendations for depressed patients by the American Psychiatric Association encourage a focus on the patient's preferences. The focus of this study was the preference of depressed inpatients for the type of psychotherapy. Methods: Twenty-nine subjects of both sexes...
- Management: psychodynamics. Dominian, J. // British Medical Journal;10/20/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6196, p987
Focuses on the aspects of psychodynamic treatment. Interpretation on the emotional patterns of the couple; Process of behavior therapy; Details on enjoying the appropriate parental response.
- Childhood depression: a place for psychotherapy. Trowell, Judith; Joffe, Ilan; Campbell, Jesse; Clemente, Carmen; Almqvist, Fredrik; Soininen, Mika; Koskenranta-Aalto, Ulla; Weintraub, Sheila; Kolaitis, Gerasimos; Tomaras, Vlassis; Anastasopoulos, Dimitris; Grayson, Kate; Barnes, Jacqueline; Tsiantis, John // European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry;Apr2007, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p157
Although considered clinically effective, there is little systematic research confirming the use of Individual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy or Family Therapy as treatments for depression in children and young adolescents. A clinical trial assessed the effectiveness of these two forms of...
- Good Science or Good Business? Healy, David // Hastings Center Report;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p19
Focuses on the treatment of psychological disorders. Emergence of psychodynamic therapy; Developmental trajectory for the antidepressants determined by external event; Designation of Prozac as an antidepressant; Lifestyles and the disease model.
- The Current Status of Individual Short-term Dynamic Psychotherapy and Its Future: An Overview. Sifneos, Peter E. // American Journal of Psychotherapy;Oct1984, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p472
Presents an overview of the status of individual short-term dynamic psychotherapy in Europe and North America. Criteria for selection; Focalization during the psychiatric evaluation; Technique; Limitation of time; Activity of the therapist; Transference neurosis; Degree of support given to a...
- Continuing Education. // Pharmaceutical Representative;Apr2008, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p44
The article presents an overview of psychotherapy in the U.S. Psychiatric disorders develop from a number of different genetic, biochemical, environmental or organic factors. It can affect interpersonal relationships and the ability to function in daily life. Basic Freudian principles are...
- INTERVENTIONS THAT APPLY SCRIPTURE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY. GARZON, FERNANDO // Journal of Psychology & Theology;Summer2005, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p113
Christian therapists are sometimes challenged in their work with appropriately religious clients to develop treatment components that incorporate the Bible. Utilizing a case study format, this article describes various intervention strategies available for the clinician to consider....
- Process theory as a framework for comprehensive psychodynamic formulations. Sabelli, Hector C.; Carlson-Sabelli, Linnea // Genetic, Social & General Psychology Monographs;Feb91, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p7
Proposes a method for developing integrative psychiatric formulations based on process theory, as contrasted to eclectic attempts to combine separate theories. Importance of biological factors in causing psychiatric disorders; Case studies; Conflict formulation of depression.
- Functional Male Dyspareunia: A Case Study. Gruver, Gene Gary // American Journal of Psychotherapy;Jul1977, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p450
Deals with an apparently successful treatment of a male with a long history of dyspareunia. Multicausal nature of dyspareunia; Need for an approach utilizing both a psychodynamic and behavioral methodology; Distraction of the inhibited person from his previously paired responses; Diminution of...