Comprehensive Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy

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Index
Abraham, 269
Activities, diminished interest or pleasure in, 30
Affect, encouragement of, 67, 125-128, 240-241, 422-426
Age, and depression, 2, 6
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Depression Guideline Panel, 36
Agras, W. S., 322
Alcohol, abuse of, 38, 161. See also Substance abuse and dependence
Allesi, N. E., 197-198
American Psychiatric Association (APA)
diagnostic criteria, 36
treatment guidelines for bipolar disorder, 268, 270
AMI. See Amitriptyline
Amitriptyline (AMI), 163-164, 178-179. See also Pharmacotherapy
Anorexia, 326-327
Antepartum depression, 300-302
Antidepressants, 7, 41-43, 196. See also Pharmacotherapy
Anxiety
affects and interpersonal relationships, 127
examples, 337-338
panic disorder, 336-338
posttraumatic stress disorder, 338-339
social phobia. See Social phobia symptoms, 33, 37-38
APA. See American Psychiatric Association
Appetite, change in, 30-31
Appointments, patient misses or is late for, 145-147
Arieti, S., 7
Armstrong, H. E., 351
Arzt, 336, 372
Australia, 370
Austria, 370
Barber, J. P., 168
Basco, 272
Bauer, 371
Baugher, M., 197
BDD. See Body dysmorphic disorder
Beach,263
Becker, 7
Behavioral family management, 271
Behavior change techniques
decision analysis, 135-136
directive, 133-135
in integrative case example, 430-434
role playing, 136-137
Bell, B., 192
Bemporad, J., 7
Bereavement. See Grief
Berg, Roland, 373
Bernal, G., 209
Berwick, D., 283
Bibring, 123
Bipolar disorder, 267-268, 278
adaptation for treatment of, 272-276
efficacy for treatment of, 277
examples, 276-277
as a mood disorder, 5
in pregnant women, 277-278
psychotherapies for, 270-272

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