Innovations In Clinical Neuroscience

JAN-FEB 2017

A peer-reviewed, evidence-based journal for clinicians in the field of neuroscience

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From Matrix Medical Communications A TEXTBOOK FOR PRACTICING PSYCHIATRISTS MORE THAN MEDICATION: INCORPORATING PSYCHOTHERAPY INTO COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRY APPOINTMENTS addresses one of the major issues of community psychiatric practice—how to incorporate psychotherapy into the standard 15- to 30-minute appointment. Whether a patient is struggling with dual diagnosis or schizophrenia, a personality disorder or a mood disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder or bereavement issues, psychotherapy by the psychiatrist is as integral a part of the patient's care as the prescribed medication—even when a psychiatrist is working with a co-therapist or treatment team. With contributions from psychotherapy experts across the field of psychiatry and through case examples, Drs. Gillig and Morrison share with the reader how to incorporate psychotherapy into psychiatric patient treatment plans, no matter what the diagnosis or the composition of the treatment team. ABOUT THE EDITORS PAULETTE M. GILLIG, MD, PhD is Professor of Psychiatry, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, and Department Editor of the popular series, Psychotherapy Rounds, published in the peer-reviewed journal, Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience. For about 15 years, Dr. Gillig has developed and led a successful state-academic partnership for training psychiatry residents in underserved locations, and has written extensively about clinical challenges for the psychiatrist in community- based programs and about the clinical research that has been conducted as part of this ongoing partnership. ANN K. MORRISON, MD is Associate Professor and Director of Community Psychiatry, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, and coordinates the community psychiatry training for psychiatric residents where she is also the Ohio Department of Mental Health Public Psychiatry Professor. She has practiced for nearly 20 years in a variety of community mental health settings in Ohio. These clinical sites have included comprehensive community mental health centers providing both inpatient and outpatient care, a PACT team, and a clinic for homeless individuals. ISSN 978-0-9768526-4-3 | Paperback | Price: $24.95 | 2009 | 156 pp. | 10 Contributors | Case Examples Visit to place an order. NOW AVAILABLE Order online. Matrix Medical Communications 1595 Paoli Pike, Suite 103 West Chester, PA 19380 Toll-free (866) 325-9907 Phone (484) 266-0702 Fax (484) 266-0726 $24.95 plus $8.00 shipping and handling

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