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A review of evidence-based psychosocial interventions for bipolar disorder.

Abstract:

Various forms of psychosocial intervention have been found efficacious as adjunctive treatments for bipolar disorder, including family-focused therapy, interpersonal and social rhythm therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and individual or group psychoeducation. When used in conjunction with pharmacotherapy, these interventions may prolong time to relapse, reduce symptom severity, and increase medication adherence. Family-focused therapy seeks to reduce the high levels of stress and conflict...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
Journal:
The Journal of clinical psychiatry
Volume:
67 Suppl 11
Issue:
SUPPL. 11
Pages:
28-33
Publication date:
2006
EISSN:
1555-2101
ISSN:
0160-6689
URN:
uuid:94c330f1-4ccd-42fa-8536-a8032b0a9909
Source identifiers:
168264
Local pid:
pubs:168264

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