6 edition of The Difficult-to-Treat Psychiatric Patient found in the catalog.
September 2002 by American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. .
Written in English
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In this book, expert contributors address the sequential clinical steps to be taken in treating difficult-to-treat psychiatric patients by offering a blend of evidence-based clinical recommendations, detailed case vignettes, treatment algorithms, and -- when necessary to go beyond the reach of evidence -- the clinical wisdom of leaders in the.
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In mental health settings, patients with personality problems will encompass a significant proportion% to 46%-of those who are experienced as difficult by their treating therapists. In this book expert contributors address the sequential clinical steps in treating difficult-to-treat psychiatric patients by offering a blend of evidence-based clinical recommendations, detailed case vignettes, treatment algorithms, and -- when necessary to go beyond the reach of evidence -- the clinical wisdom of leaders in the field.
As part of the team's discussion of a patient's difficult behavior, a consulting psychiatrist or other mental health professional can encourage expression of clinicians' feelings, focus the team's attention on a differential diagnosis of the problem, and discuss possible ways of obtaining an adequate mental health Cited by: 8.
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The Difficult-to-Treat Psychiatric Patient Why do some psychiatric patients fail to get better, even when in the care of competent clinicians. Treatment-refractory conditions are all too common in everyday clinical practice. Treatment resistance occurs across the full spectrum of psychiatric disorders.
Most of the book's 14 chapters cover a specific disorder and have titles on the model of "The Difficult-to-Treat Patient With Schizophrenia" or "The Difficult-to-Treat Patient With Dissociative Disorder." One chapter presents a review of specialized somatic maneuvers, such as electroconvulsive therapy and vagus nerve : Scott McCormick.
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*American Psychiatric Association: Practice guidelines for the assessment and treatment of patients with suicidal behaviors. American Journal of Psychiatry (suppl), Bongar B, Maris RW, Bertram AL, et al: Outpatient standards of care and the suicidal patient.
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Search for more papers by this author some leaders in American psychiatry recognize that the doctor-patient relationship is crucial in the management of all patients, psychiatric and otherwise. Edited by Cited by: Informed Treatment is a narrative bibliography that examines the most effective writing in book and periodical literature about inpatient hospitalization and residential treatment.
Bringing together writings scattered through areas such as psychiatry, psychology, sociology, nursing and inpatient settings throughout the world, it examines the concepts, treatment models and culture of inpatient.
In this book, expert contributors address the sequential clinical steps to be taken in treating difficult-to-treat psychiatric patients by offering a blend of evidence-based clinical recommendations, detailed case vignettes, treatment algorithms, and?when necessary to go beyond the reach of evidence?the clinical wisdom of leaders in the field.
In this book expert contributors address the sequential clinical steps in treating difficult-to-treat psychiatric patients by offering a blend of evidence-based clinical recommendations, detailed case vignettes, treatment algorithms, and—when necessary to go beyond the reach of evidence—the clinical wisdom of leaders in the field.
The difficult-to-treat patient with dissociative disorder --Ch. The difficult-to-treat patient with eating disorder --Ch. The difficult-to-treat patient with substance abuse --Ch. The difficult-to-treat patient with dementia or traumatic brain injury --Ch. The difficult-to-treat psychiatric patient with comorbid medical illness.
The Difficult-to-Treat Psychiatric Patient should prove a useful text for clinicians in psychiatry and psychology and other behavioral specialists. The writing is concise, the information is accurate and recent, and it seems to have been edited in a very thoughtful, utilitarian manner.
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A Clinicians Guide to Statistics and Epidemiology in Mental Health is a great introduction or refresher to clinically relevant biostatistics, research methods, etc. Get Books This well organised, easy to read book includes many detailed case histories of difficult patient interactions and suggestions for how to be most effective.
Study/discussion questions can be found at the end of each chapter with one unresolved case for discussion. The author has interacted with thousands of patients. The more experience GPs develop in dealing with patients with mental health problems, the easier it will become to pick up on non-verbal clues.
As soon as they enter the consulting room, observe the patient's degree of personal grooming and hygiene and whether they make eye contact on. The conclusion of a study hailing the mental health benefits of “gender-affirming” surgeries on transgender-identifying people has been corrected, asserting that its core claim was too strong.
Originally published in October in the American Journal of Psychiatry, the researchers analyzed. 4) A county mental health board who is demanding I discharge a patient that I believe is dangerous, and very very very apparently dangerous (e.g. 10/10 mental health professionals saw the person and even agreed), and then a doctor from the MHB comes over, sees the patient for ten minutes and writes down in the chart the patient is fine.
Inpatient mental health treatment facilities are one of the many forms of mental health help available to people living with mental health difficulties. Inpatient care refers to admission into a facility dedicated solely for mental health care or a hospital (usually with a distinct mental health section) for the treatment of mental illness.
On the other hand, psychiatric unit staff are reluctant to take on patients who require more medical interventions than they can deliver, or if staff perceive the transfer as simply shifting responsibility for a difficult discharge (need for nursing home care or long-term placement).
Termination Breakdown of rapport with patient/family that makes it medically impossible to treat patient Threatening behavior, abusive behavior or violence Sexual advances Repeated no-shows or non-compliance that interferes or jeopardizes patient safety Refusal of treatment plan recommended by provider after having opportunity to actively participate in decisions.
“When you have someone who has 15 to 20 years of experience, they have learned how to deal with these patients,” [study co-author] Dr. Jackson said. There will always be patients with multiple medical problems, or psychiatric disorders that will make the encounter more challenging.
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He is client-centered and evidence-based in his treatment approach, and prioritizes relationship, clarity and collaboration in his practice. show more. The stereotypical patient is rarely seen due to difficulties obtaining a full history, the influence of comorbid illness, and the inherent variability in presentation—for example, 30% have no history of trauma and 60% have no neurological signs.2 The diagnosis may be particularly easy to miss in patients with a psychiatric history in whom.5 hours ago Remote mental health may be harder with young children, Dr.
Kaslow said, though many therapists are finding ways to be really creative, asking children to show their favorite toys and how they. She laments that psychiatry has become “an industry of medication management.” This opinion is widely shared — alas, justifiably so.
This opinion is widely shared — alas, justifiably so.