4 edition of Combining psychotherapy and drug therapy in clinical practice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Bernard D. Beitman, Gerald L. Klerman.|
|Contributions||Beitman, Bernard D., Klerman, Gerald L., 1928-|
|LC Classifications||RC480.5 .C577 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||84014144|
Combining medication and psychotherapy in the treatment of major mental disorders. In: Lambert MJ, editor. Bergin and Garfield’s handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change. 6th ed. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley; p. –Author: Meredith E. Charney, Amanda W. Calkins, Lauren S. Hallion, Naomi M. Simon. CHAPTER Methods of Treatment CHAPTER OUTLINE TYPES OF HELPING PROFESSIONALS such as psychotherapy or drug therapy. In more severe cases, such as with people who make suicide attempts Many clinical social workers practice psychotherapy or specific forms of therapy, such as marital or family therapy.
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Combining Psychotherapy and Drug Therapy in Clinical Practice—edited by Bernard D. Beitman, M.D., and Gerald L. Klerman, M.D.; SP Medical & Scientific Books, Jamaica, New York,pages, $35 | Psychiatric ServicesAuthor: David S. Schlager. Combining Psychotherapy and Drug Therapy in Clinical Practice by Gerald L.
Klerman and Bernard D. Beitman (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product. Combining psychotherapy and drug therapy in clinical practice. New York: SP Medical & Scientific Books, © (OCoLC) Online version: Combining psychotherapy and drug therapy in clinical practice.
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Books by by: 8. The author presents the views on combining the pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy, summarizes the arguments of supporters and opponents of this approach and points to the problems resulting from the. Combining drug therapy and psychotherapy The school of thought that biological disorders should only be treated with pharmacology has gone by the way side.
In this same way, the psychological disorder treated through psychotherapy is not the only way to treat a disorder. It was just over a generation ago that the routine combination of psychotherapy and drug therapy seemed impossible.
Then, one meta-analysis found that combined treatment with psychotherapy and medication was found to be notably superior to either treatment : David Mintz. Many clinicians are convinced that combined therapy, i.e., psychotherapy plus antidepressants, is the treatment of choice for ambulatory patients suffering from depression.
They believe that, in these patients, combined therapy is more efficacious than one of its components, psychotherapy or antidepressants by: In designing a study of combined medication and psychotherapy for a psychiatric disorder, an important consideration is the context in which patients are seeking treatment.
Some patients pursue treatment for symptoms from a primary care physician, or psychiatrist, and have a preference for receiving by: In particular, randomized controlled clinical trials support the efficacy of serotonin reuptake medications (SSRIs) and two types of psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and interpersonal therapy, for the treatment of adolescents with major depressive disorder.[10, 11] Fluoxetine was found to be better than placebo in three.
Important areas of discussion include evidence that a change in the use of medication has taken place, an examination of the factors that have led to this shift, as well as a review of the issues and questions about combining treatments.
Psychotherapy and Medication also serves as a framework in how to best answer the many questions that have arisen as the willingness of analysts to use medication 5/5(2). Disclaimer. Oxford University Press makes no representation, express or implied, that the drug dosages in this book are correct.
Readers must therefore always check the product information and clinical procedures with the most up to date published product information and data sheets provided by the manufacturers and the most recent codes of conduct and safety regulations. The second section of the book, called Combined Therapy in Clinical Practice, is divided in subject matter.
The final section of the book deals not so much with problems of combining drugs and psychotherapy but with descriptions of current treatment strategies in conditions for which both drugs and psychosocial interventions have proved : Edward K.
Silberman. Abstract. Combination treatment with psychotherapy and antidepressant medication can be provided from the initiation of treatment, sequentially after nonremission with a single-modality treatment or sequentially after remission to buttress the patient’s recovery to prevent recurrence.
Combination treatment from the initiation Cited by: 5. From the Inside Flap. This second edition of Competency in Combining Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy: Integrated and Split Treatment is designed to aid psychiatric clinicians at any stage of their career achieve competency in the often complex process of combining and coordinating pharmacotherapeutic and psychotherapeutic treatments for the benefit of their Cited by: 6.
It is commonly believed that optimal outcome of treatment for many psychiatric disorders can be achieved by combining pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Supportive psychotherapy (SPT) is most likely the most frequently used modality of psychotherapy in current clinical practice (Tanielian et al.
Background Adherence to antidepressant medication use is a problem in clinical practice. Some authors have posited that combined psychological treatment facilitates adherence to pharmacotherapy. Objectives To study the relationship between adherence to use of and efficacy of antidepressant drugs plus psychological treatment vs drug treatment alone in Cited by: The combined active treatments (drugs plus psychotherapy) were appreciably more effective than the placebo conditions but only slightly superior to.
There is some evidence that combining psychotherapy and medications may be more effective than either treatment alone. People who are suicidal may need to be treated in a hospital.
For anxiety disorders, cognitive-behavioral therapy, antidepressant medications and anti-anxiety medications have all been shown to be helpful. Drugs and psychotherapy are often used together in one of two ways: combined treatment or split treatment.
In combined treatment, a single psychiatrist uses both modalities with a given patient. In split treatment, the patient sees two therapists, one for Cited by:. Whether the clinician prescribes the medication or is providing psychotherapy to a patient taking prescribed medication, this book offers numerous strategies and 3/5(1).therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, and antidepressant medications have all been shown to be helpful, and some evidence suggests that combining psychotherapy and medications may be more effective than either treatment alone.
• For schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, most people will require treatment with antipsychotic or mood-stabilizing.meta-analysis and found that combined psychotherapy and medications with adults were more effective than psychotherapy alone.
They also found that psychotherapy can help keep patients in drug therapy They recommended further research to .