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Clinical Practice Guidelines for depression and anxiety recommend cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) as an equivalent and sometimes more effective treatment than medication. The limited research investigating CBT for anxiety and depression in epilepsy demonstrates mixed results. Described here is a pilot project using an existing group CBT intervention for(More)
OBJECTIVES Discuss initial findings of a randomized clinical trial comparing the effects of telephone-based and face-to-face (f-to-f) cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) on changes in caregiver (CG) burden, assistance support, depression, and health status for African American (AA) CGs with depression. DESIGN Pilot study using a prepost, two-group design(More)
Coma is present when the patient appears asleep, is unrousable, and unresponsive. Where no underlying medical condition is found, the role of the psychiatrist may become prominent. We present a clinical case and review the literature on psychogenic coma. According to DSM-IV-TR, psychogenic coma is a dissociative disorder not otherwise specified. Management(More)
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