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Psychother Psychosom (2006) 75 (5): 298–303.
Published Online: 10 August 2006
... interventions. The present study evaluates an open trial of cognitive-behavioural group intervention consisting of psychoeducation, group discussion and coping skills training for women suffering from climacteric symptoms. Methods: Thirty women were enrolled in this first trial. Standardised (MRS, HADS-D...
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Psychother Psychosom (2004) 73 (5): 312–319.
Published Online: 30 July 2004
... burden, and this burden could influence the outcome of bipolar disorder. To the best of our knowledge, there is scant information about the effects of family intervention on the caregiver’s burden in bipolar disorder. The aim of this study was to assess the effects of psychoeducational family...
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Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (6): 326–332.
Published Online: 04 November 2002
... and depression, and that this improvement was maintained at 4 weeks and 6 months follow-up. Six subjects dropped out for various reasons, showing no decrease in relevant variables. Conclusion: Hypochondriacal subjects can be reached outside mental health settings, and a psychoeducational group approach may...
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Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (1): 2–10.
Published Online: 07 December 2001
...’, ‘psychotherapy’, ‘psychoeducation’ and ‘bipolar disorder’. Results: Some studies have associated high expressed emotion in relatives and poorer outcome in bipolar disorder. Studies on families of bipolar patients seem to support that family intervention as adjunctive therapy to pharmacological treatment may...
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Psychother Psychosom (1998) 67 (1): 3–9.
Published Online: 12 January 1998
... in the way that interpersonal psychotherapy does. It is very likely that group therapy based on such a model would obtain similar results as single interpersonal psychotherapy, as Bauer and McBride [ 24 ] suggest. Psychoeducationally based structured programs should be developed and assessed in order...