Drugs and Physical Treatments to Psychological Disorders

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Early departures from Freud’s original  group
  3. The neo-Freudians
  4. The  development of cognitive–behaviour therapy
  5. Classification of psychological treatments
  6. Uses of psychotherapy within a publicly funded mental health  service
  7. Common factors in psychological treatment
  8. Transference  and counter-transference
  9. Counselling and crisis intervention
  10. Counselling
  11. Approaches to counselling
  12. Counselling for specific purposes
  13. Counselling in primary care
  14. Crisis intervention
  15. Table  20.1 Crisis intervention
  16. Supportive psychotherapy
  17. Table  20.2 Basic procedures of supportive treatment
  18. Interpersonal psychotherapy
  19. Cognitive–behaviour therapy
  20. General features of cognitive–behaviour  therapy
  21. Assessment for cognitive–behaviour therapy Topics  to be covered
  22. Sources of information for the  assessment
  23. Table  20.3 Topics  to be  considered during assessment for cognitive–behaviour therapy
  24. The formulation
  25. Behavioural techniques
  26. Relaxation training
  27. Exposure
  28. Exposure  with response prevention
  29. Social skills training
  30. Self-control techniques
  31. Contingency management
  32. Complex behavioural techniques
  33. Eye  movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
  34. Behavioural techniques that are no longer in general  use
  35. Cognitive techniques
  36. Cognitive–behavioural treatments Treatments for anxiety disorders
  37. Cognitive–behaviour therapy for depressive  disorders
  38. Cognitive–behaviour therapy for bulimia  nervosa
  39. Cognitive–behaviour therapy for hypochondriasis
  40. Cognitive–behaviour therapy for  schizophrenia
  41. Cognitive therapy for personality  disorder
  42. Dialectic behaviour therapy for borderline personality  disorder
  43. Individual dynamic psychotherapies
  44. Brief insight-oriented psychotherapy
  45. Starting treatment
  46. Subsequent sessions
  47. Indications
  48. Cognitive–analytic therapy
  49. Long-term individual dynamic psychotherapy
  50. Treatment in groups
  51. Small-group psychotherapy
  52. The  origins of group psychotherapy
  53. Classification  of  small-group therapies
  54. Terminology
  55. Therapeutic factors in group therapy
  56. General indications for group therapy
  57. Types of small-group psychotherapy Supportive groups
  58. Therapeutic groups Interpersonal group therapy
  59. Group analysis
  60. Encounter groups and psychodrama (action techniques)
  61. Ward groups
  62. Therapeutic communities
  63. Psychotherapy with couples and families
  64. Couple therapy
  65. Family therapy
  66. Systemic family therapy
  67. Eclectic family therapy
  68. Results of family therapy
  69. Psychotherapy for children
  70. Psychotherapy for older people
  71. Treatments of mainly historical and cultural interest
  72. Ethical problems in psychological treatment
  73. Autonomy
  74. Confidentiality
  75. Exploitation

 

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