Making Psychotherapy Great Again?
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of psychiatric practice
This column explores the evidence base for both psychotherapy and medications, using depression as a specific example as an example of a field whose biomedical emphasis leads to a false assumption that most patients present with single disorders.
Evidence‐based child and adolescent psychotherapy: It's not what you think
- PsychologyJournal of paediatrics and child health
This article questions the assumption of CBT’s superiority and briefly review the empirical data on the efficacy of play therapy and psychodynamic therapy with young people, and addresses considerations in choosing therapies that are likely to be most helpful.
Psychodynamic therapy in Canada in the era of evidence-based practice
In this article, Canadian psychotherapy researchers and teachers review the state of psychodynamic therapy (PDT) in Canada. We review the ways in which PDT has been implemented, developed and…
The lack of failure reports in published psychotherapy case studies: Implications for dis-‘illusioning’ of research and practice
ABSTRACT Analysis of single cases represents an essential strategy for developing our understanding of paradoxical outcome and illusory mental health. Based on findings from both practice-based and…
Outcome Research, Theory, and Evaluation of Psychotherapy in Praxis
- Psychology, MedicineThe Psychologist-Manager Journal
The author reflects on questions of treatment outcome from the perspective of clinicians working with a variety of diagnoses and populations, in an individual or group practice, or in a clinic or institution with no time or financial resources allocated for research and evaluation purposes.
When and Why Should Mental Health Professionals Offer Traditional Psychodynamic Therapy to Cancer Patients?
- Psychology, MedicineAMA journal of ethics
A case is presented reflecting limitations and advocate for a flexible treatment approach incorporating elements of psychodynamic therapy, which is not fully effective in specific clinical scenarios.
PsychotheraPy and Psychic change, between evidence based on Practice, and Practice based on evidence. a relational reflection on PsychotheraPy in the XXi century
- Psychology, Medicine
The quality criteria of a psychotherapy based on the dialectic between practice and research is focused on, as well as on identifying some of the mega-trends that are expected to mark the evolution of the needs of psychotherapy throughout the 21st century.
The Cost-Effectiveness of Psychodynamic Therapy: The Obstacles, the Law, and a Landmark Lawsuit
- Psychology, MedicinePsychoanalytic Inquiry
Providers and advocates for psychodynamic psychotherapy should familiarize themselves with its supporting research and the laws that demand its provision to defend it in legal and policy arenas.
The Research-Practice Psychotherapy Wars: The Case of Group Psychotherapy in the Treatment of PTSD
ABSTRACT In light of two recent meta-analyses of the efficacy of group psychotherapy in treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), this article critically reviews the randomized control trial…
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The empirical status of empirically supported psychotherapies: assumptions, findings, and reporting in controlled clinical trials.
- PsychologyPsychological bulletin
A critical review of the assumptions and findings of studies used to establish psychotherapies as empirically supported suggests a shift from validating treatment packages to testing intervention strategies and theories of change that clinicians can integrate into empirically informed therapies.
Evidence-based practice in psychology.
- PsychologyJournal of clinical psychology
The history of EBPP is explored, the definition and present uses of the term are elaborate, and information relevant to the skill set regarding a practice consistent with the evidence-based approach is provided.
Arbitrary metrics: implications for identifying evidence-based treatments.
- PsychologyThe American psychologist
It is possible that evidence-based treatments with effects demonstrated on arbitrary metrics do not actually help people, that is, reduce their symptoms and improve their functioning.
Evidence-based practice in psychology.
- Psychology, Medicine
The report provides a rationale for and expanded discussion of the EBPP policy statement that was developed by the Task Force and adopted as association policy by the APA Council of Representatives in August 2005.
Evidence-based treatments for depression and anxiety versus treatment-as-usual: a meta-analysis of direct comparisons.
- PsychologyClinical psychology review
Evidence based medicine: what it is and what it isn't
As evidence based medicine continues to evolve and adapt, now is a useful time to refine the discussion of what it is andWhat it is not.
A multidimensional meta-analysis of treatments for depression, panic, and generalized anxiety disorder: an empirical examination of the status of empirically supported therapies.
- PsychologyJournal of consulting and clinical psychology
A meta-analysis of high-quality studies published from 1990-1998 on the efficacy of manualized psychotherapies for depression, panic disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder suggests that a substantial proportion of patients with panic improve and remain improved.
National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program. General effectiveness of treatments.
- Psychology, MedicineArchives of general psychiatry
There was limited evidence of the specific effectiveness of interpersonal psychotherapy and none for cognitive behavior therapy, but Superior recovery rates were found for both interpersonal Psychotherapy and imipramine plusclinical management, as compared with placebo plus clinical management.
Efficacy of cognitive–behavioural therapy and other psychological treatments for adult depression: meta-analytic study of publication bias
- Psychology, MedicineBritish Journal of Psychiatry
The effects of psychotherapy for adult depression seem to be overestimated considerably because of publication bias.
The efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy and psychodynamic therapy in the outpatient treatment of major depression: a randomized clinical trial.
- Psychology, MedicineThe American journal of psychiatry
The findings extend the evidence base of psychodynamic therapy for depression but also indicate that time-limited treatment is insufficient for a substantial number of patients encountered in psychiatric outpatient clinics.