Therapeutic Approaches

Syllabus:

Psychodynamic therapies; Behavior therapies; Client centered therapy; Cognitive therapies; Indigenous therapies (Yoga, Meditation); Bio-feedback therapy; Prevention and rehabilitation of the mentally ill; Fostering mental health.

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Therapeutic Approaches

  1. Psychodynamic Therapies
  2. Behavior Therapies
  3. Client Centered Therapy –  [Click here for Reference Notes]
  4. Cognitive Therapies
  5. Indigenous Therapies (Yoga, Meditation)  –  [Click here for Reference Notes]
  6. Bio-feedback Therapy
  7. Prevention and Rehabilitation of Mentally ill; Fostering Mental Health

Reference Study Material:

  1. Efficacy of peer support interventions for depression
  2. Emerging New Practices in Organized Peer Support
  3. Human resources for mental health in low- and middle-income countries
  4. Making Recovery a Reality
  5. Peer Recovery Support Services
  6. Peer Provided Services, Underlying Processes, Benefits and Critical Ingredients
  7. Recovery – The Lived Experience of Rehabilitation
  8. Training for Mental Health Trainers – War Trauma Foundation
  9. Training refugees  as peer mental health counselors – War Trauma Foundation
  10. A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial of A Guided Self-Help Intervention Versus A Waiting List Control in A Routine Primary Care Mental Health Service
  11. A Political History of Federal Mental Health and Addiction Insurance Parity
  12. IAPT, Anxiety And Envy: A Psychoanalytic View of NHS Primary Care Mental Health Services Today
  13. Factors Associated with Acceptance of Peers with Mental Health Problems in Childhood and Adolescence
  14. Adlerian Therapy as a Relational Constructivist Approach
  15. Alternatives to Destructive Anger
  16. An Ecological Approach to Promoting Early Adolescent Mental Health and Social Adaptation: Family-Centered Intervention in Public Middle Schools
  17. An Overview of Beck’s Cognitive Theory of Depression in Contemporary Literature
  18. Using the Repertory Grid Technique to Examine Nursing Staff’s Construal of Mothers with Mental Health Problems
  19. Attitudes of Students Towards People with Mental Ill Health and Impact on Learning and Well-Being
  20. Befriending for Mental Health Problems: Processes of Helping
  21. Biofeedback: An Overview in The Context of Heart-Brain Medicine
  22. Biofeedback Applications: A Survey of Clinical Research
  23. Biofeedback in Medicine: Who, When, Why and How?
  24. Biofeedback Therapy in Cardiovascular Disease: Rationale and Research Overview
  25. Bringing Psychotherapy to Primary Care: Innovations and Challenges
  26. Exploring The Effectiveness of an Integrated Exercise/CBT Intervention for Young Men’s Mental Health
  27. Do primary care psychological therapists ‘think family’? Challenges and opportunities for couple and family therapy in the context of ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapies’ (IAPT) services
  28. Choosing Effective Youth-Focused Prevention Strategies: A Practical Guide for Applied Family Professionals
  29. Cognitive Reactivity and Vulnerability: Empirical Evaluation of Construct Activation and Cognitive Diatheses in Unipolar Depression
  30. Cognitive Therapy Outcome: The Effects of Hopelessness in A Naturalistic Outcome Study
  31. Cognitive Therapy: Foundations, Conceptual Models, Applications and Research
  32. Communicating Evidence-Based Mental Health Care to Service Users
  33. Constructive or Cruel? Positive or Patronizing? Reactions to Expressions of Positive and Negative Stereotypes of The Mentally Ill
  34. Factors Related to Criminal Justice Expenditure Trajectories for Adults with Serious Mental Illness
  35. One Size Does Not Fit All: Cultural Considerations in Evidence-Based Practice for Depression
  36. Defendants with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Health Diagnoses: Faring in A Mental Health Court
  37. Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychiatric Research on Mentally Disordered Offenders
  38. Introduction: Evidence-Based Practice for Major Depressive Disorder
  39. Finding Life After Loss
  40. ‘It’s People’s Whole Lives’: Gender, Class and the Emotion Work of User Involvement in Mental Health Services
  41. Implementation Quality of Whole-School Mental Health Promotion and Students’ Academic Performance
  42. Individual Versus Family Psychotherapy in Managed Care: Comparing The Costs of Treatment by The Mental Health Professions
  43. Use And Value of Information Sources by Parents of Child Psychiatric Patients
  44. Modifying Interpretation and Imagination in Clinical Depression: A Single Case Series Using Cognitive Bias Modification
  45. Making Decisions about Parental Mental Health: An Exploratory Study of Community Mental Health Team Staff
  46. Impact of An Educational Program on The Management of Bipolar Disorder in Primary Care
  47. Meeting the Social and Behavioral Health Needs of Students: Rethinking the Relationship Between Teachers and School Social Workers
  48. Mental health care and East Japan Great Earthquake
  49. Mental Health Assessment and Intervention for People With Complex Communication Needs Associated With Developmental Disabilities
  50. Mental Health Issues Among Refugee Children and Adolescents
  51. Mental Health Needs in Schools for Emotional, Behavioural and Social Difficulties
  52. Mental Health Services for People With Intellectual Disability: Challenges to Care Delivery
  53. Comparing Methods of Racial and Ethnic Disparities Measurement across Different Settings of Mental Health Care
  54. Overview of NIMH Support of Research in Behavior Therapy
  55. Of Memes and Marriage: Toward a Positive Relationship Science
  56. Person-Centered Counseling in Rehabilitation Professions
  57. Primary Care Mental Health: A New Frontier for Psychology
  58. Promoting Mental Health and Emotional Well-Being Among Children and Youth: A Role for Community Child Health?
  59. Clinical Syndromes, Personality Disorders, and Neurocognitive Differences in Male and Female Inmates
  60. Psychiatry’s Contract with Society: What is Expected?
  61. Evaluation and Quality Improvement in Mental Health Service Delivery
  62. Scientific Foundations of Cognitive Theory and Therapy of Depression
  63. Sobriety and its Cultural Politics: An Ethnographer’s Perspective on ‘‘Culturally Appropriate’’ Addiction Services in Native North America
  64. Spirituality and Mental Health
  65. Stigma is Personal
  66. ‘The Bad People Go and Speak to Her’: Young People’s Choice and Agency when Accessing Mental Health Support in School
  67. The Economic Impact of Dementia in Europe in 2008—Cost Estimates from The Eurocode Project
  68. The Mental Health of Young People: A New Frontier in The Health and Social Policy of The 21st Century
  69. Overview: The Need for Improvements in Psychiatric Education
  70. Treat Yourself to A Trance
  71. Understanding How Men Experience, Express and Cope With Mental Distress: Where Next?
  72. What Works for Whom: Tailoring Psychotherapy to the Person

Positive Psychology:

  1. Positive Psychology
  2. Positive Clinical Psychology: A New Vision and Strategy for Integrated Research and Practice
  3. Positive Coping: Mastering Demands and Searching for Meaning
  4. Positive Organizational Psychology, Behavior, and Scholarship: A Review of The Emerging Literature and Evidence Base
  5. Positive Psychology: Past, Present, and (Possible) Future
  6. Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice
  7. Positive Psychology, Positive Prevention, and Positive Therapy
  8. Recovery and Positive Psychology: Parallel Themes and Potential Synergies
  9. The Indivisible Self: An Evidence-Based Model of Wellness
  10. The Negative Side of Positive Psychology

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