Casebook of Interpersonal Psychotherapy

SECTION ONE Mood Disorders Complicated GriefHistory of Present IllnessInitial AssessmentSick RoleInterpersonal InventoryFormulationGrief FocusEndingDISCUSSIONInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Major Depression. Role DisputeHistory of Present IllnessPsychiatric, Family, and Medical HistoryDifferential Diagnosis and Indication for IPTInterpersonal Inventory (Sessions 2 and 3)IPT: Middle PhaseDISCUSSIONSUGGESTED READINGMajor Depressive Disorder. Role TransitionCase FormulationTerminationDISCUSSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSMajor Depressive Disorder. Interpersonal DeficitsCASE EXAMPLE History of Present IllnessPast Psychiatric HistoryAlcohol and Drug HistoryBackground HistoryMy Feedback After Initial AssessmentWhat I Took to SupervisionOrienting Him to IPTInterpersonal InventoryFORMULATIONDISCUSSIONInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Chronic DepressionINTERPERSONAL ASPECTS OF CHRONIC DEPRESSIONPSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH ON CHRONIC DEPRESSIONADAPTATIONS OF IPT FOR CHRONIC DEPRESSIONHistory of Present IllnessFamily HistoryPast Psychiatric HistoryPast Medical HistoryMental Status ExaminationSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT) for Bipolar Disorder. Review and Case ConceptualizationTHEORETICAL FOUNDATION FOR INTERPERSONAL AND SOCIAL RHYTHM THERAPYDEVELOPMENT OF IPSRTEMPIRICAL SUPPORT FOR IPSRTInitial Treatment PhaseIntermediate Phase of TreatmentMaintenance Phase of TreatmentFinal Phase of TreatmentSECTION TWO Other Psychiatric Disorders Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Eating DisordersEMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE EFFICACY OF IPT FOR EATING DISORDERSRATIONALE FOR IPT'S EFFECTIVENESS IN THE TREATMENT OF EATING DISORDERSADAPTATION OF IPT FOR EATING DISORDERSSTRUCTURE OF IPTInitial PhaseIntermediate PhaseTermination PhaseInterpersonal InventoryInterpersonal Problem FormulationIntermediate PhaseTermination PhaseDISCUSSIONInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)EMPIRICAL RESEARCH SUPPORTING IPT FOR PTSDTHEORETICAL FOUNDATIONPsychiatric HistoryFamily HistoryMedical HistoryInitial SessionsMiddle SessionsTerminationDISCUSSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Social Anxiety DisorderADAPTATION OF IPT FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER (SAD)INTERPERSONAL PROBLEM AREAS IN IPT FOR SADSTAGES OF IPT FOR SADASSESSING SYMPTOM CHANGE IN IPT FOR SADSTATE OF THE EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FOR IPT FOR SADInterpersonal InventoryPsychiatric, Family, and Medical HistoryDifferential Diagnosis and Indication for IPTIPT FormulationTerminationDISCUSSIONSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Borderline Personality DisorderADAPTATIONSInitial PhaseAcute Middle PhaseEnd of Acute PhaseContinuation PhaseTerminationDISCUSSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSECTION THREE Treating Major Depression in Diverse PopulationsTreatment of Adolescent Depression with Interpersonal PsychotherapyADAPTATIONS MADE FOR THE ADOLESCENT MODELOVERVIEW OF EMPIRICAL EVIDENCEHistory of Presenting Problem and Psychosocial HistoryDiagnosis and Treatment PlanningInitial PhaseMiddle PhaseTermination PhaseFollow-upSummarySUGGESTED READINGSInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Peripartum DepressionADAPTATIONS AND RESEARCH Antepartum DepressionPostpartum DepressionIPT Modified for GroupPerinatal BereavementMental Status ExaminationInitial PhaseMiddle PhaseTermination PhaseDISCUSSIONSUGGESTED READINGUsing Interpersonal Psychotherapy with Older IndividualsADAPTATION OF IPT FOR COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENTNext Week: Follow-up Visit with Mr. Jones AloneFamily Meeting, Two Months LaterDISCUSSIONA Word about CaregiversWorking in Late-Life SettingsSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Medically IIl Depressed PatientsRESEARCH SUPPORTAssessment ProcessInterpersonal InventoryWorking Towards the FormulationBeginning SessionsMiddle PhaseTermination PhaseDISCUSSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Therapy and Cultural Issues. The Case of Hispanic PatientsIPT AND HISPANICSCULTURAL ASSESSMENTADAPTATIONS FOR HISPANICS: INTERPERSONAL STYLES AND VALUESHistory of Present IllnessPsychiatric, Family, and Medical HistoryInterpersonal Inventory and Cultural FormulationIPT FormulationMiddle PhaseTermination PhaseDISCUSSIONSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Women with Depression Living on Low IncomesRESEARCH ON IPT WITH WOMEN WITH DEPRESSION LIVING ON LOW INCOMESCHALLENGES AND BARRIERS TO CAREADAPTATION AND ADDITIONS TO IPT Brief IPTPretreatment Engagement SessionMaking Brief IPT Relevant to the Culture of PovertyMaking Brief IPT Relevant to the Culture of Race/EthnicityEngagement SessionInitial Brief IPT Sessions (Sessions 1 and 2)Psychiatric, Family, and Medical HistoryInterpersonal InventoryCase FormulationBrief IPT HomeworkBrief IPT Middle SessionsTermination/Graduation from Acute Brief IPTDISCUSSIONACKNOWLEDGMENTSSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Psychotherapy in Developing CountriesADAPTING IPT-GUIPT-GU: INTERVENTIONFour Phases of InterventionPre-group Phase (Two Individual Sessions)Initial Phase (Four Sessions)Middle Phase (10 Sessions)Termination (Two Sessions)Pre-group MeetingsInitial Phase (Weeks 1-4 of Group Treatment)Middle Phase (Weeks 5-14 of Group Treatment)Termination (Weeks 15-16 of Treatment)DISCUSSIONIPT-GU and GriefUse of AffectBreaking Social IsolationRole DevelopmentFunctional ImprovementRole of the GroupRole of the TherapistCONCLUSIONSUGGESTED READINGSECTION FOUR Using Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Differing Formats Maintenance Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT-M)IPT-M FOR LATE-LIFE DEPRESSIONIPT MODERATES THE ROLE OF STRESS TO HELP PREVENT RECURRENCESMAINTENANCE IPT AND PERSONALITY PATHOLOGYWHAT IS THE OPTIMAL FREQUENCY OF IPT-M?SUMMARY OF RESEARCH USING IPT-MDiscussion of the Acute PhaseMaintenance PhaseDiscussion of Maintenance PhaseSUMMARY OF IPT-MInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Group (IPT-G)ADVANTAGES OF IPT ADMINISTERED VIA GROUP MODALITYIPT-G IN COMPARISON TO OTHER GROUP THERAPY MODELSIPT-G TECHNIQUESMaintaining the Focus on Current Interpersonal RelationshipsLinking Problem AreasHarnessing Member-to-Member RelationshipsINDIVIDUAL IPT TECHNIQUES TAILORED TO GROUP FORMAT ClarificationCommunication AnalysisEncouragement of AffectSupporting Active Progress towards GoalsSummarizingTIMELINE AND STRUCTUREGroup CompositionPHASES OF IPT-GTherapist Activity Level in IPT-GMaintaining a Focus on Each Individual’s WorkIndividual MeetingsDiagnostic Interview and Interpersonal InventoryOrientation to IPT-GWeekly Group SummariesInterventions Informed by Group Stage Development TheoryTHE IPT GROUP Initial PhaseSession 1: Getting StartedSession 2: The Role of MembersSessions 3-5: The End of the Initial PhaseIntermediate PhaseInterpersonal Role DisputesRole TransitionsInterpersonal DeficitsMarking the End of the Intermediate PhaseTermination PhaseNegative Feelings about TerminationA Potential Time for GriefProgress ReviewMaintaining Therapeutic GainsFollow-up VisitDISCUSSIONSUGGESTED READINGInterpersonal Psychotherapy for Inpatients with DepressionRATIONALEPHASE I: MODIFICATIONSInitial Treatment Phase (Three to Six Individual and Two or Three Group Sessions)Intermediate Treatment Phase (Six to Eight Individual and Four to Eight Group Sessions)Termination Phase (Two or Three Individual Sessions)PHASE II: EVALUATION IN AN OPEN PILOT STUDYInterpersonal InventoryPsychiatric, Family, and Medical HistoryCase FormulationDifferential Diagnosis and Indication for IPTMiddle Phase of TreatmentTermination, Including Maintenance Treatment and Follow-upUse of Rating Scales Demonstrating Improvement in Symptoms, Functioning, and Other DomainsDISCUSSIONSUMMARYInterpersonal Psychotherapy by TelephoneAfterword
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