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  • [Psychotherapy for elderly patients]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Dec; 73(12):516-528.Thoma MV, Salas Castillo AN, Maercker A
  • A particular feature of the demographic change is the growing proportion of elderly and very elderly people. In Western countries, this is largely due to improved medical care for age-associated diseases. There is still comparatively little knowledge about mental health disorders in old age, their age-typical clinical presentation and specific psychotherapeutic treatment.
  • [Psychiatry in the GDR as a "niche" - Between adaptation and autonomy]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Nov 06 [Online ahead of print]Windirsch A, Reis O, … Kumbier E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Psychiatrists in the GDR could protect their patients through their actings and so Psychiatry could establish a "niche" for patients and employees. However, establishing such protected spaces required efforts in adaptation. In reverse, Psychiatry has also been politically instrumentalised - either directly through unjustified admissions and exit restrictions or indirectly by a stigmatization of dissenters and removing them from society.
  • [Cognitive-behavioural approaches to delusions]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Oct; 73(9-10):413-429.Korff S, Lincoln T
  • Delusional beliefs can have serious impact on peoples' everyday life. They are often associated with strong negative emotions and can complicate relationships with other people- In severe cases, patients may even organize their everyday lives entirely around their delusional beliefs. In recent years, psychological approaches have come to be seen as an essential parts of an integrative treatment c…
  • [APPS-Study 2020 - On outpatient psychotherapeutic care for people with psychotic disorders]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Dec; 73(12):489-501.Nübling R, Schiwy F, … Schnell T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although every second therapist does not feel well trained, the willingness to treat PPS seems to be higher than the pure supply figures suggest. There is potential for optimization in education and training as well as in networking with other professional groups/relatives. This could be responsible for the fact that in the acute psychotic stage there are fears of contact and competence concerns. Psychotherapists in PIAs, where there is closer networking with other professional groups for structural reasons, experience corresponding deficits to a lesser extent. With regard to other structural barriers, the question arises as to whether these represent disorder-specific or rather general problems in psychotherapy.
  • [The significance of educational biography for the professional self-image of GDR psychotherapists]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Aug 24 [Online ahead of print]Kirschner H, Storch M, … Strauβ B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of the case reconstructions can be summarized in an overarching scheme. This shows that the role of each individual's educational access, their educational paths and their individual practice of action must be seen in relation to the influence of the political system and the ability to adopt a professional attitude. The psychotherapists of the GDR cannot be understood per se as a group acting subversively against the state.
  • [Physical Illness in Older Patients in the Psychosomatic Clinic]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Nov; 73(11):457-464.Peters M
  • So far, little is known about the number and extent of physical illnesses in older patients in psychosomatic clinics. In the present study, the number and frequency of physical illness and its relationship to psychological symptoms were investigated in a group of 150 patients in the second half of life (50 each in the age groups 40-54, 55-69 and 70). Method: The CIRS (Cumulative Illness Rating Sc…
  • [Similar wisdom strategies for different life problems]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Oct; 73(9-10):370-377.Meier-Credner A, Eberl-Kollmeier M, Muschalla B
  • CONCLUSIONS: People agreed similarly with wisdom strategies regardless of the situation type. Wisdom strategies seem to be meaningful across different life problems. This is of interest for the design of interventions to promote psychological resilience.
  • [Attitudes of Healthcare Professionals to Extremism and Treatment Options]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Oct; 73(9-10):388-395.Rau T, Heimgartner A, … Allroggen M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In order to increase the chances of providing adequate care for mentally ill people with extremist attitutdes, health professionals should be better prepared for the topic in the future, for example through further training or opportunities for cooperation.
  • [Meaning-Centered Psychotherapy in Psycho-Oncological Care]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Jun; 73(6):246-257.Vibrans L, Lehmann-Laue A, Mehnert-Theuerkauf A
  • Being diagnosed with cancer is commonly associated with psychological distress. Especially patients with advanced disease report a range of distinct symptoms that are referred to as existential distress. The conceptualization of existential distress is mainly characterized by the loss of a sense of meaning and purpose in life resulting from the confrontation with a life-threatening disease. Exist…
  • [Effectiveness of Four-Week Mindfulness-Based Training on Life Satisfaction]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Aug; 73(8):353-357.Stang P, Rico-Dresel D
  • The training of the present work was designed based on the study by Demarzo and colleagues (2017), in which a four-week mindfulness-based intervention showed a similar effectiveness as the eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction training. A sample of 120 participants was divided into an experimental group (n=80) and a control group (n=40) which filled out questionnaires about their mindfuln…
  • [Impact of Oncological Treatment on Perceived Stigmatization - A Register-Based Study]. [Journal Article]
    Psychother Psychosom Med Psychol. 2023 Aug; 73(8):328-336.Hornemann B, Haering C, … Ernst J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings support the assumption of an association of oncological therapy, especially chemotherapy, on the perceived stigmatization of cancer patients. Relevant predictors are depression and younger (<50) age. These (vulnerable) groups should therefore receive special attention and psycho-oncological care in clinical practice. Further research on the course and mechanisms of therapy-related stigmatization is also necessary.
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