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Effectiveness of therapy in terms of reduction of intensity and elimination of suicidal ideation in day hospital for the treatment of neurotic and behavioral disorders.
Analysis of changes in prevalence and intensity of suicidal ideation (SI) in patients who underwent an intensive psychotherapy conducted in integrative approach with predominance of psychodynamic approach in the Day Hospital for Neurotic and Behavioral Disorders found greater intensity of neurotic symptoms than those who were not reporting SI.
Effectiveness of intensive psychotherapy in a day hospital evaluated with Neurotic Personality Inventory KON-2006.
The Neurotic Personality Inventory KON-2006 appears to be an adequate tool to assess the results of intensive, comprehensive psychotherapy, conducted in the day hospital for neurotic and behavioral disorders.
Traumatic childhood sexual events and secondary sexual health complaints in neurotic disorders
Assessment of the association between self-reported sexual complaints and recalled childhood sex- ual adversities in a sample of psychotherapy patients strongly suggest that studies focusing on the effects of sexual traumatic events should take into consideration the co-occurrence of multiple adversities.
[Effectiveness of intensive group psychotherapy in treatment of neurotic and personality disorders].
Intensive, short-term group psychotherapy with elements of individual therapy is an effective treatment for neurotic disorders, and the majority of treated persons obtains a significant symptomatic improvement and a reduction in the severity of neurotic personality traits.
[Parental attitudes recollected by patients and neurotic disorders picture--sexuality-related and sexuality-unrelated symptoms].
The type of recollected attitudes of parents was associated with a higher incidence of symptoms, primarily in the field of sexuality, and with other selected symptoms, as well as with higher global symptom level.
Are neurotic personality traits and neurotic symptoms intensity associated with suicidal thoughts reported by patients of a day hospital for neurotic disorders?
Day hospital patients reporting SI are a subgroup burdened with more severe neurotic disorders and comorbid personality disorders, and deserve special attention due to the greater severity of their symptoms.
[Childhood sexual traumatic events and sexual life and relationship of a patient].
Traumatic events and circumstances relating to sexuality, indicated in the questionnaire interview, turned out to be connected with the risk of dysfunctions in a sexual life and relationship.
The crossroads of gastroenterology and psychiatry – what benefits can psychiatry provide for the treatment of patients suffering from gastrointestinal symptoms
Functional gastrointestinal symptoms (especially vomiting in cases of nervousness in females or heartburn in males) were significantly associated with greater likelihood of current difficulties in interpersonal relationships, such as conflicts with partner/spouse or parent.
Occurrence of selected lower urinary tract symptoms in patientsof a day hospital for neurotic disorders.
OBJECTIVES To assess the occurrence of selected lower urinary tract symptoms in the population of patients with neurotic and personality disorders. METHODS This was a retrospective analysis of
Reduction of suicidal ideation in patients undergoing psychotherapy in the day hospital for the treatment of neurotic and behavioral disorders and neurotic symptoms reported by them before the
Among those, women with particularly higher intensity of Obsessive-compulsive symptoms, Neurasthenia and Autonomic disorders and women reporting episodes of uncontrollable hunger seemed to suffer from SI that were more resistant to the psychotherapy.