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Brain activity prior to treatment flags vulnerability to antidepressant side effects

...ofile, start medication at a lower dose or opt for psychotherapy alone when treating patients susceptible to antidepressant side effects." Antidepressant side effects can be related to medication or to factors such as patient expectations derived from educational materials or consultations with a physician, but de...

Treatment guidelines for kids with bipolar disorder published

...ndition that can often be managed with medication, psychotherapy and lifestyle changes such as stress reduction, regular sleep, accommodations at school, and avoidance of caffeine, alcohol, and drugs of abuse. "The sections on the treatment of comorbid psychiatric disorders are very helpful because having two o...

Psychiatric disorders greatly underdiagnosed in hospital emergency departments

...s, such as depression and anxiety, respond well to psychotherapy and pharmacological interventions."...

Program effective at reducing depression in teens

...al health care (32.1 percent vs. 17.2 percent) and psychotherapy or counseling (32.0 percent vs. 21.2 percent). "Th...e past decade, our results indicate that when both psychotherapy and medication were available options within primary care, psychotherapy (the more difficult option)...

Collaborative care, training boosts adolescent depression treatment in primary care clinics

...rovide depression care. To offer an evidence-based psychotherapy option, clinic therapists were trained in cognitive-behavior therapy, a type of psychotherapy for depression. Families and patients chose with their clinicians among possible treatment options, ...

Rush University Medical Center testing magnetic stimulation for depression

...ed with antidepressants and other pharmaceuticals, psychotherapy and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) for severe cases when patients do not respond to other therapies. This study focuses on patients who have not responded to antidepressant medication for their depression. Rush is one of 16 academic medical centers ...

Tuberculosis drug combined with virtual reality therapy is effective in treating fear of heights

...n in the acrophobic's brain. "Cognitive behavioral psychotherapy uses a process called 'fear extinction' to treat individuals with phobias, as well as more complicated problems, such as post-traumatic stress syndrome," said Dr. Davis. "Fear extinction involves repeated exposure to a fearful memory or object, in ...

Psychotherapy, meds best for youth with obsessive compulsive disorder

...sorder (OCD) respond best to a combination of both psychotherapy and an antidepressant, a major clinical trial has found. Supported by the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) National Institute of Mental Health, the study recommends that treatment begin with cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), either alone or with...

Combination therapy, not medication alone, most effective for treating children with OCD

... relative and combined efficacy. CBT is a form of psychotherapy that helps patients change their thought patterns and behaviors related to obsessive thoughts and compulsions. OCD is characterized by recurrent obsessions and/or compulsions that are intense enough to cause severe discomfort. Obsessions are recur...

Laughter helps patients communicate emotion in therapy sessions

... the best medicine, but the role laughter plays in psychotherapy has been disputed since the days of Freud. Some early therapists believed that laughter could have a harmful effect, while more recent thinking has held that, if used non-judgmentally, laughter can help support the therapeutic partnership. But none...

Louisiana enacts prescription privileges law for psychologists

...a reduced cost when compared with the provision of psychotherapy and medication by separate professionals."...

Highlights summarized for movement disorders research at 56th annual meeting

...n South Carolina tested the ability of 12 weeks of psychotherapy and antidepressants or antianxiety medications to treat PMD in 10 patients, whose symptoms had persisted for at least eight months. Tremor and dystonia were the most common forms of movement disorders. After treatment, the severity of the patients' m...

Adopting 12-step philosophy may enhance outcomes of counseling for cocaine addiction

...idual drug counseling (IDC), supportive-expressive psychotherapy (SEP), or cognitive psychotherapy (CT). The researchers then analyzed outcomes using the Addiction Recovery Scale to assess the effect...

Examining motivational interviewing in drug abuse therapy

...se treatment showed that the single session of the psychotherapy technique had no effect on drug use outcomes. However, results of a subsequent analysis suggest that the therapist may have pressed for change before the individual was ready. Motivational interviewing is designed to strengthen a person's commitment ...

Study finds combination therapy successful for treating depression

... study. Fifty-three participants received combined psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for their depression during a ...chedules (receiving more than 75 percent of either psychotherapy or pharmacotherapy). At follow-up, significant reductions in depression were observed. Participants ...

Home-based program effective in treating minor depression in chronically ill older adults

...herapist and the patients received a form of brief psychotherapy known as problem-solving treatment, modified to emphasize physical activity and increased socialization. There were also potential recommendations regarding antidepressant medications. The researchers found that at 12 months, compared with the usual...

Disulfiram and cognitive behavioral therapy appear effective for treating cocaine dependence

...ognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT, a less structured form of behavioral therapy). "Participants assigned to disulfiram reduced their cocaine use significantly more than those assigned to placebo, and those assigned to CBT reduced their cocaine use significantly more than those a...

Common drug, given promptly, reduces incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder, small study finds

...ions and cognitive behavioral therapy -- a form of psychotherapy that works on changing a person's patterns of thinking in order to curb unwanted thoughts and feelings. But the longer PTSD persists, the more difficult it is to treat. Without the benefit of skilled intervention, about a third of those people who h...

New drug-and-psychotherapy program for bipolar disorder in children

...n preliminary studies, the regimen, coupled with a psychotherapy program called RAINBOW, shows considerable success...art medication regime with innovative and creative psychotherapy for the whole family," Pavuluri said....

UI Researchers urge advances in meth abuse treatment

...temporary or permanent. However, I don't think all psychotherapy and behavior therapies can deal with the brain chemistry changes as quickly as appropriate medication could." The National Institute On Drug Abuse (NAIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health, is working to develop medications that can countera...

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