Clinical Manual of Supportive Psychotherapy, Second Edition

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  • 2020
  • 469 pages

ISBN 978-1-61537-165-5
Item #37165

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  • Description

    Updated for the first time since 1993—and still the only comprehensive clinical guide to supportive psychotherapy—this new edition of Clinical Manual of Supportive Psychotherapy features updated and new chapters, vignettes, tables, and resources that reflect current best practices.

    Where once it was reserved for use with severely impaired patients, supportive therapy has come to be recognized as the treatment of choice for many patients, and supportive techniques underpin a great many other psychotherapies.

    As a result, the academic literature, both on specific populations and on technical issues, has mushroomed. In this manual, the authors—all of them practicing mental health clinicians—distill the most relevant information that nonpsychiatric physicians, psychiatric residents, and experienced psychiatrists and psychotherapists need to fully understand this specific modality.

    The volume introduces, in Part I, readers to the history and evolution of the use of supportive therapy, examining both its principles and its techniques. It then applies, in Part II, the approach to a range of disorders, including schizophrenia and hallucinations, mood disorders, personality disorders, and—new to this edition—anxiety and co-occurring disorders.

    Part III covers interactions and special settings, discussing applying supportive techniques with medically ill patients and older patients, including tackling issues such as social and financial barriers to seeking treatment in the case of the latter. Also included in this part are new chapters on interactions and special settings, including practicing in detention and correctional centers and the special needs of therapists in public institutions, and updated chapters on community and family involvement and medication adherence and therapy interactions. A discussion of ethics—augmented with guidance on cultural and religious sensitivity—completes this most comprehensive of guides.

  • Contents

    List of Tables
    Introduction to the Second Edition
    Introduction to the First Edition
    Notes on Usage
    Acknowledgments
    Part I: Principles
    Chapter 1. The Basis for Supportive Psychotherapy
    Chapter 2. The Supportive Relationship
    Chapter 3. Principles of Supportive Technique: Explanatory Techniques
    Chapter 4. Principles of Supportive Technique: Directive Interventions
    Chapter 5. Managing the Therapy
    Part II: Diagnostic Applications
    Chapter 6. Schizophrenia and Hallucinations
    Chapter 7. Mood Disorders
    Chapter 8. Anxiety Disorders and Related Disorders
    Chapter 9. Co-occurring Disorders
    Chapter 10. Personality Disorders
    Chapter 11. Crisis Management and Suicidality
    Part III: Interactions and Special Settings
    Chapter 12. The Medically Ill Patient
    Chapter 13. The Older Patient
    Chapter 14. Special Populations
    Chapter 15. Community and Family Involvement
    Chapter 16. Medication-Therapy Interactions and Medication Adherence
    Chapter 17. Ethical and Cultural Awareness in Supportive Psychotherapy
    Index

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  • About the Author

    Peter N. Novalis, M.D., Ph.D., is a psychiatrist in private practice in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Virginia Singer, D.N.P., PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, is a psychiatric nurse practitioner in private practice in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Roger Peele, M.D., DLFAPA, is Chief Psychiatrist for Montgomery County, Maryland.

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