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Psychotherapy in Later Life

Psychotherapy in Later Life

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Erica Garcia-Pittman, Victor Gonzalez, Anh-Thu Tran, Christine Dozier, Danielle Tolton, Tyler Durns, Sarah A. Nguyen, Neha Jain, Feyza Marouf, Patricia Bamonti, Lindsey Jacobs, Brenna N. Renn, Brittany A. Mosser, Patrick J. Raue, Mark D. Miller, Richard K. Morycz, Patricia Coughlin, Brandon Yarns, Renz Juaneza, Nery Diaz, Pallavi Joshi, Cynthia Kraus-Schuman, Melissa Sanchez, Karen Benson, Ali Abbas Asghar-Ali, Meera Balasubramaniam, Deepti Anbarasan, Paul Campoin, Sarah A. Nguyen,, Philip Blumenshine, Boski Patel, Paroma Mitra, Sandra Swantek, James Gerhart.
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  • Publication planned for: February 2020
  • availability: Not yet published - available from February 2020
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108701891

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  • Psychotherapy in Later Life is a practical how-to-guide for psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health workers on choosing and delivering evidence-based psychological therapies to older adults. It covers all the main evidence-based psychological therapies such as CBT and IPT, as well as specialist topics such as combining psychotherapy with pharmacological treatments, working with diverse populations and individual versus group therapy. The World Health Organisation estimates that over the next four decades, the proportion of the world's older adults will nearly double, from 12% to 22%, and that 1 in 5 older adults has a diagnosable mental health disorder. Given the increasing number of older adults requiring mental health treatment, incorporating talking therapies into treatment plans is key to tackling issues related to polypharmacy, medication interactions and side effects. Written by experts in geriatric mental health, this book provides the most authoritative information on the use of psychotherapy in older adults.

    • · Comprehensive review of psychotherapy among older adults · Information is topical, engaging and relevant · Provides the latest, peer-reviewed information on the use of psychotherapy among older adults, written by experts in geriatric mental health
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    • Publication planned for: February 2020
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108701891
    • dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from February 2020
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction to psychotherapy with older adults Erica Garcia-Pittman, Victor Gonzalez, Anh-Thu Tran, Christine Dozier
    2. Indications for psychotherapy with older adults Danielle Tolton, Tyler Durns, Sarah A. Nguyen, Neha Jain
    3. Choice of psychotherapy approach Feyza Marouf
    4. Cognitive behavioural therapy Patricia Bamonti and Lindsey Jacobs
    5. Problem-solving therapy Brenna N. Renn, Brittany A. Mosser and Patrick J. Raue
    6. Interpersonal therapy Mark D. Miller and Richard K. Morycz
    7. Short-term psychodynamic therapy Patricia Coughlin and Brandon Yarns
    8. Other therapies Renz Juaneza, Nery Diaz and Pallavi Joshi
    9. Psychotherapy and cognitive disorders Cynthia Kraus-Schuman, Melissa Sanchez, Karen Benson and Ali Abbas Asghar-Ali
    10. Combined psychotherapy and medication management Meera Balasubramaniam, Deepti Anbarasan and Paul Campoin
    11. Psychotherapy with diverse older adults Sarah A. Nguyen,, Philip Blumenshine and Boski Patel
    12. Individual versus group psychotherapy Paroma Mitra
    13. End of life issues Sandra Swantek and James Gerhart.

  • Editors

    Rajesh R. Tampi, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
    Dr Rajesh R. Tampi is the President of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) and is Professor of Medicine at Cleveland Clinic Learner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, USA

    Brandon Yarns, VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
    Dr Brandon Yarns is Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the University of California and is Deputy Section Chief for Geriatric Mental Health at VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.

    Kristina F. Zdanys, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
    Dr Kristina Zdanys is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and the Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Director at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.

    Deena J. Tampi, Diamond Healthcare Corporation
    Ms. Deena Tampi is Executive Vice President for Clinical Services at Diamond Healthcare in Richmond, Virginia.

    Contributors

    Erica Garcia-Pittman, Victor Gonzalez, Anh-Thu Tran, Christine Dozier, Danielle Tolton, Tyler Durns, Sarah A. Nguyen, Neha Jain, Feyza Marouf, Patricia Bamonti, Lindsey Jacobs, Brenna N. Renn, Brittany A. Mosser, Patrick J. Raue, Mark D. Miller, Richard K. Morycz, Patricia Coughlin, Brandon Yarns, Renz Juaneza, Nery Diaz, Pallavi Joshi, Cynthia Kraus-Schuman, Melissa Sanchez, Karen Benson, Ali Abbas Asghar-Ali, Meera Balasubramaniam, Deepti Anbarasan, Paul Campoin, Sarah A. Nguyen,, Philip Blumenshine, Boski Patel, Paroma Mitra, Sandra Swantek, James Gerhart.

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