Treating Bipolar Disorder: A Clinician's Guide to Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy
This innovative manual presents a powerful approach for helping people manage bipolar illness and protect against the recurrence of manic or depressive episodes. Interpersonal and social rhythm therapy focuses on stabilizing moods by improving medication adherence, building coping skills and relationship satisfaction, and shoring up the regularity of daily rhythms or routines. Each phase of this flexible, evidence-based treatment is vividly detailed, from screening, assessment, and case conceptualization through acute therapy, maintenance treatment, and periodic booster sessions. Among the special features are reproducible assessment tools and a chapter on how to overcome specific treatment challenges.
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Where Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy Came From
TWOEmpirically Supported Theories of Bipolar Disorder and the Etiology of Bipolar Episodes
THREEEmpirically Supported Therapies for Bipolar Disorder
FOURA Brief Overview of Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy
FIVEAssessment of Bipolar Disorders and Common Comorbidities
History Taking and the Interpersonal Inventory
SEVENOrienting the Patient to Treatment and Individualized Treatment Planning
Stabilizing Social Rhythms and Behavioral Activation
NINEIntervening in Interpersonal Problem Areas
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