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Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder
titolo Bipolar Disorder
sottotitolo A Cognitive Therapy Approach
autori , , , ,
argomenti Psicologia e Psichiatria Psicopatologia e psicopatologia dello sviluppo
Psicologia e Psichiatria
editore American psychological association
formato Libro
pagine 346
pubblicazione 2001
ISBN 9781557987891
65,00 61,75 (-5%)
The authors present numerous techniques for the A sourcebook of practical guidance on bipolar disorder - a devastating illness that until now has been treated primarily through somatic means. It explores the use of cognitive therapy in the treatment of bipolar disorder, examines the interface between cognitive therapy and pharmacology, and provides explicit guidelines for addressing bipolar patients' misgivings about taking medications. The authors present numerous techniques for the management of hypomania and mania, and they bring to bear the full force of traditional cognitive therapy in combating suicidality - a common aspect of the disorder. Recognizing that bipolar disorder affects entire families, the work explicates methods for helping couples and families collaborate more effectively in the face of one (or more) members' bipolar illness. In addition, the authors touch upon the sensitive but vitally important topic of stigma, and how it affects the lives and treatment of manic-depressive individuals. It also offers ways for therapists to help boost the morale, self-esteem, hope and resiliency of their bipolar patients through the therapeutic relationship.

Indice testuale

Bipolar Disorder - Diagnostic, Epidemiologic, Etiologic, and Prognostic Issues; The Role of Cognition in Bipolar Disorder and its Treatment; Moderating Mania and Hypomania; Clinical Management of Depression, Hopelessness, and Suicidality in Bipolar Disorder; Pharmacotherapy in the Context of Cognitive Therapy for Bipolar Disorder; Bipolar Disorder and the Family; Stigma, Loss, and Acceptance; Cognitive Therapy for Bipolar Disorder in Action - The Case of "Carlos"; Epilogue - Future Directions.

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