Adjunctive psychotherapy for bipolar disorder: effects of changing treatment modality.

  title={Adjunctive psychotherapy for bipolar disorder: effects of changing treatment modality.},
  author={Ellen Frank and Holly A. Swartz and Alan G. Mallinger and Michael E. Thase and Elizabeth V Weaver and David Jerome Kupfer},
  journal={Journal of abnormal psychology},
  volume={108 4},
In a randomized, controlled trial, the authors studied an adjunctive, individual psychotherapy, interpersonal and social rhythm therapy (IPSRT) for bipolar disorder. After stabilizing participants with episode appropriate pharmacotherapy and either IPSRT or intensive clinical management (CM), participants were reassigned to IPSRT or CM in conjunction with pharmacotherapy for 2 years of preventative treatment. Early results (n = 82) suggest that altering participants' treatment assignment at… CONTINUE READING

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