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App psychotherapy

Farooq Naeem, Nadeem Gire, Shuo Xiang, Megan Yang, Yumeen Syed, Farhad Shokraneh, Clive Adams, Saeed Farooq
Recent years have seen a rapidly increasing trend towards the delivery of health technology through mobile devices. Smartphones and tablet devices are thus becoming increasingly popular for accessing information and a wide range of services, including health care services. Modern mobile apps can be used for a variety of reasons, ranging from education for the patients and assistance to clinicians to delivery of interventions. Mobile phone apps have also been established to benefit patients in a scope of interventions across numerous medical specialties and treatment modalities...
June 22, 2016: World Journal of Psychiatry
Erin Koffel, Eric Kuhn, Napoleon Petsoulis, Christopher R Erbes, Samantha Anders, Julia E Hoffman, Josef I Ruzek, Melissa A Polusny
There has been growing interest in utilizing mobile phone applications (apps) to enhance traditional psychotherapy. Previous research has suggested that apps may facilitate patients' completion of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) tasks and potentially increase adherence. This randomized clinical trial pilot study (n = 18) sought to examine the feasibility, acceptability, and potential impact on adherence and sleep outcomes related to CBT-I Coach use. All participants were engaged in CBT-I, with one group receiving the app as a supplement and one non-app group...
June 27, 2016: Health Informatics Journal
Arpit Parmar, Pragya Sharma
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
June 2016: Asian Journal of Psychiatry
Alessandro Pompoli, Toshi A Furukawa, Hissei Imai, Aran Tajika, Orestis Efthimiou, Georgia Salanti
BACKGROUND: Panic disorder is characterised by the presence of recurrent unexpected panic attacks, discrete periods of fear or anxiety that have a rapid onset and include symptoms such as racing heart, chest pain, sweating and shaking. Panic disorder is common in the general population, with a lifetime prevalence of 1% to 4%. A previous Cochrane meta-analysis suggested that psychological therapy (either alone or combined with pharmacotherapy) can be chosen as a first-line treatment for panic disorder with or without agoraphobia...
2016: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Robyn L Shepardson, Jennifer S Funderburk, Risa B Weisberg
Evidence-based treatments for adult patients with anxiety are greatly needed within primary care settings. Psychotherapy protocols, including those for cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), are often disorder-specific and were developed for specialty mental health settings, rendering them infeasible in primary care. Behavioral health consultants (BHCs) integrated into primary care settings are uniquely positioned to provide anxiety treatment. However, due to the dearth of empirically supported brief treatments for anxiety, BHCs are tasked with adapting existing treatments for use in primary care, which is quite challenging due to the abbreviated format and population-based approach to care...
June 2016: Families, Systems & Health: the Journal of Collaborative Family Healthcare
Lily A L Martin, Sabine C Koch, Dusan Hirjak, Thomas Fuchs
OBJECTIVE: Negative symptoms of patients with Schizophrenia are resistant to medical treatment or conventional group therapy. Understanding schizophrenia as a form of disembodiment of the self, a number of scientists have argued that the approach of embodiment and associated embodied therapies, such as Dance and Movement Therapy (DMT) or Body Psychotherapy (BPT), may be more suitable to explain the psychopathology underlying the mental illness and to address its symptoms. Hence the present randomized controlled trial (DRKS00009828, http://apps...
2016: Frontiers in Psychology
Charilaos Lygidakis, Paul Wallace, Costanza Tersar, Francesco Marcatto, Donatella Ferrante, Roberto Della Vedova, Francesca Scafuri, Emanuele Scafato, Pierluigi Struzzo
BACKGROUND: Brief interventions delivered in primary health care are effective in reducing excessive drinking; online behavior-changing technique interventions may be helpful. Physicians may actively encourage the use of such interventions by helping patients access selected websites (a process known as "facilitated access"). Although the therapeutic working alliance plays a significant role in the achievement of positive outcomes in face-to-face psychotherapy and its development has been shown to be feasible online, little research has been done on its impact on brief interventions...
2016: JMIR Research Protocols
Adrienne S Juarascio, Stephanie P Goldstein, Stephanie M Manasse, Evan M Forman, Meghan L Butryn
BACKGROUND: Binge eating, a major public health problem, is characterized by recurrent episodes of out-of-control eating in which an individual consumes an unusually large amount of food in a discrete time period. Limitations of existing treatments for binge eating (both in-person psychotherapy and guided self-help) indicate that smartphone applications (apps) may be an ideal alternative or enhancement. An app for binge eating could aid treatment dissemination, engagement, and/or compliance...
October 2015: International Journal of Medical Informatics
Susanne Blödt, Daniel Pach, Stephanie Roll, Claudia M Witt
BACKGROUND: Chronic low back pain (LBP) and neck pain (NP) are highly prevalent conditions resulting in high economic costs. Treatment guidelines recommend relaxation techniques, such as progressive muscle relaxation, as adjuvant therapies. Self-care interventions could have the potential to reduce costs in the health care system, but their effectiveness, especially in a usual care setting, is unclear. The aim of these two pragmatic randomized studies is to evaluate whether an additional app-delivered relaxation is more effective in the reduction of chronic LBP or NP than usual care alone...
2014: Trials
Sagar V Parikh, Paulina Huniewicz
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: The current article defines and surveys E-health: Internet and technology-guided interventions and tools useful for mood disorders. RECENT FINDINGS: E-health encompasses many categories, including computerized self-help strategies, online psychotherapy, websites that provide information, social media approaches including Facebook, Internet forums for health discussions, personal blogs, and videogames. Multiple tools exist to assess and document symptoms, particularly mood charts...
January 2015: Current Opinion in Psychiatry
John C West
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2005: Journal of Healthcare Risk Management: the Journal of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management
Andrea Pierò, Elisabetta Cairo, Andrea Ferrero
BACKGROUND: As yet, the relation between personality traits and working alliance has not been investigated in subjects affected by Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). METHOD: A sample of forty-nine BPD subjects who completed a module of Sequential Brief Adlerian Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (SB-APP) of 40 sessions has been recruited. Before the onset of psychotherapy an assessment was made with Clinical Global Impression (CGI), Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF), Symptom Checklist Revised 90 (SCL-R 90), and with Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI)...
January 2013: Revista de Psiquiatrí́a y Salud Mental
Federico Amianto, Andrea Ferrero, Andrea Pierò, Elisabetta Cairo, Giuseppe Rocca, Barbara Simonelli, Simona Fassina, Giovanni Abbate-Daga, Secondo Fassino
BACKGROUND: Individuals affected by severe Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) are often heavy users of Mental Health Services (MHS). Short-term treatments currently used in BPD therapy are useful to target disruptive behaviors but they are less effective in reducing heavy MHS use. Therefore, alternative short-term treatments, less complex than long-term psychodynamic psychotherapies but specifically oriented to BPD core problems, need to be developed to reduce MHS overuse. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of adding Sequential Brief Adlerian Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (SB-APP) to Supervised Team Management (STM) in BPD treatment compared to STM alone in a naturalistic group of heavy MHS users with BPD...
2011: BMC Psychiatry
S Fassino, F Amianto, A Ferrero
Brief psychotherapy is gaining interest worldwide, because of its good cost/effectiveness ratio and proved efficacy. The aim of the paper was to describe the brief Adlerian psychodynamic psychotherapy (B-APP): a brief, psychodynamically oriented psychotherapy referring to the individual psychology (IP). The B-APP theory refers to the following paradigms: 1) the individual represents a psychosomatic unity integrated in the social context; 2) the individual needs to build and regulate the image of the self; 3) bond patterns regulate human relationships and represent the symbolic ''fil rouge'' connecting the elements of the life-style...
June 2008: Panminerva Medica
Andrea Ferrero, Andrea Pierò, Simona Fassina, Tiziana Massola, Antonello Lanteri, Giovanni Abbate Daga, Secondo Fassino
Little information is available on the use of brief psychotherapy among subjects with generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) within community mental health services. This study compared results among subjects treated with brief Adlerian psychodynamic psychotherapy (B-APP), those treated with medication (MED), or those who experienced combined treatment (COM). Symptomatology and occupational functioning were assessed using the Hamilton Anxiety and Depression scales (HAM-A; HAM-D), Clinical Global Impression (CGI), and Social and Occupational Functioning Assessment Scale (SOFAS) at intake (T1) and at 3, 6, and 12 months later (T3, T6, T12)...
November 2007: European Psychiatry: the Journal of the Association of European Psychiatrists
S Fassino, G Abbate Daga, N Delsedime, F Busso, A Pierò, G G Rovera
OBJECTIVE: The Karolinska Psychodynamic Profile (KAPP) was used for the assessment of the six-month outcome of Brief Adlerian Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (B-APP). METHOD: Fifty-seven eating disordered women (28 with anorexia nervosa, 29 with bulimia nervosa), were included in the study. The sample was evaluated at baseline (time 0) and after six months (T6) with a clinical assessment and with Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI), Eating Disorder Inventory (EDI-2), State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI), and KAPP...
March 2005: Eating and Weight Disorders: EWD
H B Stähelin
In populations with high life expectancy, about 7% of persons aged 65 and over suffer from Alzheimer's Disease. Diagnosis is based on the demonstration of dementia, characteristic clinical, neuropsychological, and neuro-imaging findings allowing the exclusion of other etiologies. Alzheimer's Disease may be caused by a number of genetic etiologies. Mutation of the preseniline genes or the APP gene are rare and lead to early onset of the disease. Late onset of Alzheimer's Disease is mostly polygenetic or of multifactorial origin...
August 27, 1997: Praxis
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