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Structured group psychotherapy for bipolar disorder

the life goals program

by Mark S. Bauer

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Published by Springer Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manic-depressive illness -- Treatment.,
  • Group psychotherapy.,
  • Manic-depressive persons -- Life skills guides.,
  • Bipolar Disorder -- rehabilitation.,
  • Psychotherapy, Group.,
  • Self Care -- psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-287) and index.

    StatementMark Bauer, Linda McBride.
    ContributionsMcBride, Linda.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC516 .B37 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 298 p. :
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL966741M
    ISBN 100826193005
    LC Control Number96003140

    Randomized trial of a population-based care program for people with bipolar disorder. Psychological Medicine, 35, Clinical Resources. Bauer, M. S., & McBride, L. (). Structured Group Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder: The Life Goals Program, Second Edition. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company. Training Opportunities. People with bipolar disorder often have other health conditions, which can make it hard for doctors to diagnose bipolar disorder. How is bipolar disorder treated? Treatment helps many people, even those with the most severe forms of bipolar disorder. Doctors treat bipolar disorder with medications, psychotherapy, or a combination of treatments.

      Bipolar disorder is a complex disorder of mood and behaviour that requires a multimodal treatment approach. In the past 10 years there has been growing interest in psychoeducational interventions delivered as adjuncts to conventional by:   Treatment can help many people, including those with the most severe forms of bipolar disorder. An effective treatment plan usually includes a combination of medication and psychotherapy, also called “talk therapy.” Bipolar disorder is a lifelong illness. Episodes of mania and depression typically come back over time.

    Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. This type of therapy is widely available at a variety of locations including private therapeutic practices, hospitals, mental health clinics, and community centers. Group therapy is sometimes used alone, but it is also commonly integrated into a comprehensive treatment.   Treatment for bipolar disorder, formerly called manic-depression, generally involves medications and forms of psychotherapy — whether you have bipolar I or bipolar II. Bipolar II disorder is not a milder form of bipolar I disorder, but a separate diagnosis. While the manic episodes of bipolar I disorder can be severe and dangerous.


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Structured Group Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder: The Life Goals Program. "In this volume, Mark Bauer, a psychiatrist, and Linda McBride, a nurse, present a two-phase treatment program designed to improve both illness self-management skills, as well as social and occupational functioning.

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Structured group psychotherapy for bipolar disorder: the life goals program. [Mark S Bauer; Linda McBride] -- In this volume, Mark Bauer, a psychiatrist, and Linda McBride, a nurse, present a two-phase treatment program designed to improve both illness self-management skills, as.

Structured group psychotherapy for bipolar disorder: the life goals program. [Mark S Bauer; Linda McBride] -- "This updated and substantially revised edition not only incorporates the expansion of the pharmacological armamentarium available for treatment but also integrates the explosion of.

IV provides an overview of DSM-IV bipolar disorder criteria, features of the disorder, and gen-eral information on its natural history, course, and epidemiology. Section V is a structured re-view and synthesis of published literature regarding available treatments for bipolar Size: 1MB.

Structured Group Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder This updated and substantially revised edition not only incorporates the expansion of the pharmacological armamentarium available for treatment but also integrates the explosion of evidence-based data for psychosocial interventions.

Structured Group Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder: The Life Goals Program This updated and substantially revised edition not only incorporates the expansion of the pharmacological armamentarium available for treatment but also integrates the explosion of evidence-based data for psychosocial interventions.

A workbook for Bipolar 2. Because this website is mostly about Bipolar II and other non-manic versions of bipolar disorder, I’ll link here one workbook that’s specific for these versions and has many of these common ingredients of therapy.

As with any workbook, you’ll only get as much out of it as you put into it. At face value, psychotherapy for bipolar disorder makes a lot of sense.

Bipolar disorder is characterized by a high degree of psychosocial impairment (11, 14–16), low rates of medication adherence (17–19), interpersonal dysfunction (11, 20–22), and cognitive impairment (23–25).Cited by: Psychotherapy, or "talk" therapy, is an important part of treatment for bipolar therapy, you can discuss feelings, thoughts, and behaviors that cause you problems.

Talk therapy can. Psychotherapy for bipolar disorder Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in The British Journal of Psychiatry (5) December with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Jan Scott.

A review concluded that “The evidence demonstrates that bipolar disorder-specific psychotherapies, when added to medication for the treatment of bipolar disorder, consistently show advantages over medication alone on measures of symptom burden and risk of relapse those who receive bipolar disorder-specific psychotherapy fare better.

This article describes the types of psychotherapy that appear to be most useful for people with bipolar disorders, and mentions which kinds of patients are most likely to benefit from each. As mentioned previously in this chapter, many good therapists use techniques and concepts from several of these disciplines.

Introduction. Bipolar disorders types I and II affect about 2% of the world’s population, with subthreshold forms of the disorder affecting another 2%.

1–2 Even with treatment, about 37% of patients relapse into depression or mania within 1 year, and 60% within 2 years. 3 In the STEP-BD cohort (n=), 58% of patients with bipolar disorder types I and II achieved recovery, but 49% had Cited by:   Medication non-adherence.

Non-adherence to medication is a major cause of relapse in bipolar disorder.2, 3 The factors involved in non-adherence are multifaceted and occur at the individual, service delivery, and illness levels.

Individual factors of illness acceptance, beliefs and level of understanding of the disorder, and fear of the role of medication all affect adherence Treatment Cited by:.

Online bipolar disorder support groups are very much like in-person bipolar support groups but they don’t have the limitations of time and space. The online support groups are generally free, in real-time and can be offered by large organizations such as the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) or by smaller groups.

The Life Goals Program Structured group psychotherapy for bipolar disorder: The Life Goals Program By Bauer, M., McBride, L. Springer Publishing Company, 2nd ed (First edition also in French) And Overcoming Bipolar Disorder (workbook) By Bauer, Kilbourne, Greenwald, Ludman, McBride New Harbinger Publications,  Having a routine helps people with bipolar disorder maintain stability.

“Unexpected stressors can lead to episodes for me so the better I can plan things, the more stable I .