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Research prospects in BioPsychoSocial medicine: new year reflections on the "Cross-Boarder Dialogue" paradigm

Florian Junne, Stephan Zipfel
2015 BioPsychoSocial Medicine  
This track e.g. includes the highprofile Carus-Master-Classes in research methodology.  ...  Conversely, delegates from e.g. the German College of Psychosomatic Medicine took part in the Congress of the Japanese Society of Psychosomatic Internal Medicine in November 2014 and colleagues from Germany  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13030-015-0038-0 pmid:25829944 pmcid:PMC4380111 fatcat:7q4dco3errdi3lh5vpy4wmy2u4

Analysis of Verbal Emotional Expression in Change Episodes and Throughout the Psychotherapeutic Process: Main Communicative Patterns Used to Work on Emotional Contents

Nelson Valdés Sánchez
2012 Clínica y Salud. Investigación Empírica en Psicología  
, but without losing track of content, as both dimensions participate in the construction of psychotherapeutic change.  ...  session, and be nonverbally consistent with the topic of the Stuck Episode.  ... 
doi:10.5093/cl2012a10 fatcat:63qgqvkrlvftpbpgvolaun3xuu

Patient Recruitment 2.0: Become a Partner in the Patient Journey Using Digital Media

Michael Lindemann, Tobe Freeman, Timothy Kilchenmann, Shuree Harrison, Margaret Chan, Mark Wygonik, Lea Haines, Christian Gossens
2016 JMIR Research Protocols  
This conversation is live and ongoing on the platform.  ...  The platform enables Roche to support an online conversation with patients and caregivers about lung cancer, and about the role of lung cancer clinical studies in the development of future treatment options  ...  Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd's legal department, in regulatory affairs, digital communications and last but not least the medical experts who kindly reviewed our materials.  ... 
doi:10.2196/resprot.5045 pmid:26818938 pmcid:PMC4749846 fatcat:dglvoxbr55f2fceokydzn6z7vy

The Communicative Modes Analysis System in Psychotherapy From Mixed Methods Framework: Introducing a New Observation System for Classifying Verbal and Non-verbal Communication

Luca Del Giacco, Silvia Salcuni, M. Teresa Anguera
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
In fact, the instrument detects and classifies, at the overall and dimension level, the verbal and extra-linguistic components of psychotherapeutic communication implemented by the therapist and patients  ...  in the form of communicative modes.  ...  agreement (κ ≥ 0.81) in the session in which they were detected.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00782 pmid:31024406 pmcid:PMC6467955 fatcat:lykzle7x25gadm3yu47totkpmq

Verbal expressions used by anaclitic and introjective patients with depressive symptomatology: Analysis of change and stuck episodes within therapeutic sessions

Nelson Valdés, Mariane Krause
2015 Clínica y Salud. Investigación Empírica en Psicología  
verbalizations in order to construct new meanings (resignify) during therapeutic conversation, but especially during SEs.  ...  All the sessions of each therapy were considered (N = 230) in order to identify, delimit, transcribe, and analyze Change Episodes (CEs = 24) and Stuck Episodes (SEs = 26).  ...  Nº3130367: "Characteristics of the verbal expressions used by anaclitic and introjective patients with depressive symptoms during the therapeutic conversation and its relationship with therapeutic change  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.clysa.2015.06.001 fatcat:7we2bhgxnvhsxaxf6uhnh365p4

Late-Life depression and the counseling agenda: exploring geriatric logotherapy as a treatment modality

John Henry Morgan
2013 International Journal of Psychological Research  
The counseling agenda established for dealing with late-life depression is often followed in consort with pharmacotherapy which has proven clinically to be quite effective in reducing and, in many cases  ...  Whereas conventional medical intervention concentrates on the reduction of depression symptoms, psychotherapeutic modalities such as cognitive-behavioral therapy have proven somewhat effective in creating  ...  to back track consciously in search of "illustrative events" in his or her life to which they themselves attribute a blissful and happy experience.  ... 
doi:10.21500/20112084.708 fatcat:rtce2es2brhsjnwjp2yxrz2diq

The Case of "Grace"-- A Commentary

Kara L. Harmon, Michael J. Lambert
2012 Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy  
In addition we discuss fundamental factors for consideration in facilitating trauma-focused treatment for clients with PTSD symptomatology, such as avoidance, approach, and approach-resultant rises in  ...  The significant limitations of change scores based on such retrospective estimates are discussed as well as the advantages of sessionby-session tracking of Grace's mental health and symptomatology as a  ...  Effectiveness and Efficiency First, ongoing assessment would help us detect when specific changes occurred in therapy for Grace.  ... 
doi:10.14713/pcsp.v8i2.1497 fatcat:xcuyw665tzgh3ge2r7gu4l2gu4

Primary care mental health: a new frontier for psychology

William B. Gunn,, Alexander Blount
2009 Journal of Clinical Psychology  
and the psychotherapeutic treatments.  ...  Also, it is likely that the medical professionals who would choose to attend a conference on psychosocial issues are more interested in detecting and treating these issues in their practices.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jclp.20499 pmid:19156779 fatcat:ancoh4hufjhjncskv77q4osu74

Investigating chronotopes to advance a dialogical theory of collaborative sensemaking

Giuseppe Ritella, M Beatrice Ligorio
2016 Culture & Psychology  
The aim of this paper is to highlight the contribution offered by the dialogical approach in understanding the interconnectedness of the situated sensemaking and situationtranscending processes occurring  ...  We propose a dialogical theory of sensemaking based on the concepts of chronotope, voice and artefact mediation, aimed at investigating how multiple space-time frames are interconnected in collaborative  ...  by Regione Puglia and the European Union through the Operative Regional Program 2000-2006, Measure 3.13 'Research and technological development', Action E 'Establishment of permanent observatory for innovation  ... 
doi:10.1177/1354067x15621475 fatcat:fqtcfybdqvhv3gsxriiqjidiqu

Digital mental health challenges and the horizon ahead for solutions (Preprint)

Luke Balcombe, Diego De Leo
2020 JMIR Mental Health  
Investment in digital platforms and associated apps for real-time screening, tracking, and treatment offer the promise of cost-effectiveness in vulnerable populations.  ...  The ongoing failure of these implementations has been addressed in reconceptualized models and frameworks, along with various efforts to branch out among disparate developers and clinical researchers to  ...  On such a contentious topic, with continuous advancements in the field, the arguments for and against this topic will undoubtedly persist in the foreseeable future.  ... 
doi:10.2196/26811 pmid:33779570 fatcat:xcsb4wdhpjcntmjpd37642nxvq

Optimizing turn-taking in interpreter-mediated therapy: on the importance of the interpreter's speaking space

Jelena Vranjes, Hanneke Bot
2021 Translation and Interpreting : the International Journal of Translation and Interpreting Research  
on a dataset of video recorded psychotherapeutic sessions with refugees, the study aims to show how interpreters deal with turn-taking issues during the conversation and how this affectsboth their ownrolein  ...  Both verbal and nonverbal behavior (gaze orientation and gestures) were taken into account. The data were analyzed qualitatively by drawing on the insights from Conversation Analysis (CA).  ...  In the presented case, the communication does continue, but without correcting this and reaching a mutual understanding on this topic.  ... 
doi:10.12807/ti.113201.2021.a06 fatcat:gcmzn2pgmjcorba5fduudqhcum

Theory at all Points: A Methodological Quest for Psychotherapy Research

Florian Dreyer
2017 Language and Psychoanalysis  
The description of conversational reality in accordance with the knowledge of psychotherapeutic theory is exemplified through the analysis of a therapy transcript.  ...  Data and Theory While explicating the idea of the continuum, he introduces the concepts of data and theory. He does this through the division of the continuum in smaller parts.  ...  Author's Biography The author is currently in the graduate program of the International Psychoanalytic University in Berlin and working in the CEMPP-Project (Conversation Analysis of Empathy in Psychotherapy  ... 
doi:10.7565/landp.v5i2.1559 fatcat:pvnvzfa2fre45obgok4fi2jmn4

Collaboratively reframing mental health for integration of HIV care in Ethiopia

L. S. Wissow, T. Tegegn, K. Asheber, M. McNabb, T. Weldegebreal, D. Jerene, A. Ruff
2014 Health Policy and Planning  
Training introduced basic skills, with evolving expertise supported by job aides and ongoing support from mental health nurses cross-trained in HIV testing.  ...  and substance use.  ...  Samuel Tilahun, and to Henok Legesse for their guidance and support, and to the many colleagues who reviewed training materials and participated as trainers and trainees in pilot sessions.  ... 
doi:10.1093/heapol/czu058 pmid:25012090 pmcid:PMC4451168 fatcat:xuiv6hqsizgrpmwmth3wycp6mm

Implementation of an intensive short-term dynamic treatment program for patients with treatment-resistant disorders in residential care

Ole André Solbakken, Allan Abbass
2014 BMC Psychiatry  
The treatment program is time-limited (eight weeks) and has its basis in treatment principles specified in intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy (ISTDP).  ...  Patients included in the program primarily suffer from anxiety and/or depressive disorders and usually from one or more comorbid personality disorders.  ...  The author was subsequently invited to participate in the planning, implementation and running of the project.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-244x-14-12 pmid:24438222 pmcid:PMC3900461 fatcat:4tgnvzgetzch7ebl4rslavcdyy

Development of an integrated cognitive-behavioral and social skills training intervention for older patients with schizophrenia

J R McQuaid, E Granholm, F S McClure, S Roepke, P Pedrelli, T L Patterson, D V Jeste
2000 Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research  
This intervention is designed to address the needs of older patients with schizophrenia by challenging beliefs common in this population that interfere with treatment and by providing repetitive practice  ...  of behaviors to improve retention and skill development.  ...  , and conversation skills.  ... 
pmid:10896740 pmcid:PMC3330598 fatcat:j3kvms2webhkfb7hx2y2cs4xy4
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