Treatment of men with paraphilia with a long-acting analogue of gonadotropin-releasing hormone.
Handbook of Bereavement Research-Consequences, Coping and Care
- E. Witztum
Long-term effects of sibling incest.
The authors review the relevant literature and present four clinical examples that illustrate the broad range of sibling incest and demonstrate its effects, including the long-term consequences for the perpetrator.
Working with Jewish ultra-orthodox patients: Guidelines for a culturally sensitive therapy
It is sought to incorporate religiously congruent elements, composed of metaphoric images, narratives and actions, into the wide range of “secular” treatment modalities in order to respond to the patient's suffering, often expressed through distinctively religious idioms of distress.
Value-sensitive therapy: learning from ultra-orthodox patients.
Using three case studies of ultra-Orthodox Jewish patients who hold religious values and beliefs, the paper defines a strategy of "value-sensitive therapy" and argues for treating patients without demeaning or discounting theirvalues and beliefs.
Pharmacotherapy of paraphilias in the next millennium.
Long-acting GnRH analogues, together with psychotherapy, are highly effective in controlling selected paraphilias (pedophilia, exhibitionism, and voyeurism), and are the most promising mode of therapy in the next millennium.
Sanity and Sanctity: Mental Health Work Among the Ultra-Orthodox in Jerusalem
In this enlightening book two Western-trained psychiatrists discuss the special challenges of their mental health work with ultra-orthodox Jews in Jerusalem and suggest principles for therapists working in any multicultural society.
The efficacy of naltrexone in preventing reabuse of heroin after detoxification
From hysterical psychosis to Reactive Dissociative Psychosis
Reactive Dissociative Psychosis is seen as a post-traumatic stress response and as a subcategory of Brief Reactive Psychosis (BRP), and the authors argue that long-standing psychotic symptoms may be traumatically induced.
Working With the Bereaved: Multiple Lenses on Loss and Mourning
Part I: Choosing Life After Loss. Love - and Loss - and Life. Current Perspectives on Bereavement. Part II: The Two-Track Model of Bereavement: Continuing Bonds and Continuing With Life. Introduction…