The Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy (häftad)
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Markowitz, John C. / Klerman, Gerald L.
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The Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy (häftad)

The Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy

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The Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy is the definitive, practical guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for clinicians and researchers.
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Myrna M. Weissman, PhD, is Diane Goldman Kemper Family Professor of Epidemiology and Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and Chief of the Division of Epidemiology at New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI). She received her PhD in Epidemiology from Yale University School of Medicine where she also became a professor. Early on in her career she began working with Gerald Klerman at Yale University on the development of IPT. Together they carried out this work, testing IPT in several clinical trials of maintenance and acute treatment of depression and modification for primary care they called Interpersonal Counseling. They published the first IPT manual in 1984. <p/> John C. Markowitz, MD, received his medical degree from Columbia University and did his residency training in psychiatry at the Payne Whitney Clinic of Cornell Medical Center, where he was trained in interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) by the late Gerald L. Klerman. First at Cornell and then at Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute, Dr. Markowitz has conducted comparative studies of IPT, other psychotherapies, and medications, studying mood, anxiety, and personality disorders. He has received numerous grants from the National Institute of Mental Health and other organizations, has published several hundred articles and book chapters, and has taught and supervised IPT around the world. <p/> Gerald L. Klerman, MD, was mentor of Dr. Weissman (his wife) and Dr. Markowitz. He was convinced that interpersonal relationships importantly influenced the course and recurrence of illness, and that psychotherapy could potentially stabilize interpersonal relations. Gerry was the force behind the original ideas in the first Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) manual (Klerman et al., 1984) and many of its adaptations. Gerry died young in April 1992. Even years after his death, his writing on IPT is pervasive. Gerry held numerous prestigious positions in psychiatry and government. He graduated from New York University Medical School and did his residency at Harvard. He was professor at Yale University, Harvard Medical School and lastly, Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He was appointed by President Carter to lead the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, a position he held between 1977 and 1980.


Section I: Introduction 1 The Interpersonal Psychotherapy Platform 2 An Outline of IPT Section II: How to Conduct IPT 3 What is IPT? 4 Beginning IPT 5 Grief 6 Role Disputes 7 Role Transitions 8 Interpersonal Deficits (Social Isolation; No Life Events) 9 Termination and Maintenance Treatment 10 IPT Techniques and the Therapist's Role 11 Common Therapeutic Issues and Patient Questions Section III: Adaptations of IPT for Mood Disorders 12 Overview of Adaptations of IPT 13 Peripartum Depression: Pregnancy, Miscarriage, Postpartum; Infertility 14 Depression in Adolescents and Children 15 Depression in Older Adults 16 Depression in Medical Patients; Interpersonal Counseling (IPC) and Briefer IPT 17 Persistent Depressive Disorder/Dysthymic Disorder 18 Bipolar Disorder Section IV: Adaptations of IPT for Non-Mood Disorders 19 Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders 20 Eating Disorders 21 Anxiety Disorders: Social Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder 22 Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders 23 Borderline Personality Disorder Section V: Special Topics, Training, and Resources 24 IPT Across Cultures and in Resource-Poor Countries 25 Group, Conjoint, Telephone, and Internet Formats for IPT 26 Training and Resources Appendix A: Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression Appendix B: Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) Appendix C: Interpersonal Psychotherapy Outcome Scale, Therapist's Version References About the Authors Index