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by Eric M. Plakun,Otto F. Kernberg

eBook Treatment Resistance and Patient Authority: The Austen Riggs Reader (A Norton Professional Book) ePub
Author: Eric M. Plakun,Otto F. Kernberg
Language: English
ISBN: 0393706613
ISBN13: 978-0393706611
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company (June 20, 2011)
Pages: 320
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 917
Formats: mbr lit mobi lrf
ePub file: 1494 kb
Fb2 file: 1182 kb

Series: A Norton Professional Book.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. n excellent hands-on guide to working with difficult-to-treat patients. New England Psychologist. This is a wonderful book about the healing benefits of psychodynamic psychotherap. .n invaluable book for academic, public sector, hospital-based, and private practice. Series: A Norton Professional Book.

Otto F. Kernberg, Eric M. Plakun This book is long overdue and will enhance the reader's clinical practice. Plakun. "The book is worth reading by all mental health professionals. This book is long overdue and will enhance the reader's clinical practice.

In this book, readers are given an in-depth view into The Austen Riggs . Hardcover, 320 pages.

In this book, readers are given an in-depth view into The Austen Riggs Center is nationally recognized as the leading psychiatric hospital for treatment-resistant patients, who willingly seek help but just cannot respond to treatment. Here, leaders in treating such challenging patients offer a comprehensive psychodynamic approach for treatment and offer hope for recovery. Published June 20th 2011 by W. W. Norton Company. Jeremy rated it really liked it Feb 16, 2012.

Plakun, Eric M. (Austen Riggs Center). The Austen Riggs Center is nationally recognized as the leading psychiatric hospital for treatment-resistant patients, who willingly seek help but just cant respond to treatment.

The Austen Riggs Reader . The Austen Riggs Center is on the forefront of dealing with difficult-to-treat patients, and this book provides an invaluable resource for both understanding treatment resistance and implementing effective techniques to treat it in clinical practice. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease.

Home June 2013 - Volume 201 - Issue 6 Treatment Resistance and Patient Authority Eric M. Plakun

Home June 2013 - Volume 201 - Issue 6 Treatment Resistance and Patient Authority Eric M. Plakun < Previous Article. Austin Riggs treats complex, previously treatment resistant patients with a combination of intensive individual psychodynamic psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, and exploration of family issues and dynamics in an integrated therapeutic milieu setting. This treatment is usually long-term, fully voluntary, and unrestrictive and ranges from inpatient to residential to outpatient care.

Treatment Resistance and Patient Authority: The Austen Riggs Reader. New York, NY: Norton Professional Books; 2011.

Plakun EM. Psychotherapy and psychosocial treatment: recent advances and future directions. Psychiatr Clin North Am. 2015;38:405-418. Treatment Resistance and Patient Authority: The Austen Riggs Reader. Plakun EM.

Therapeutic hope for “treatment resistant” patients.

The Austen Riggs Center is nationally recognized as the leading psychiatric hospital for treatment-resistant patients, who willingly seek help but just cannot respond to treatment. Here, leaders in treating such challenging patients offer a comprehensive psychodynamic approach for treatment and offer hope for recovery. In this book, readers are given an in-depth view into the psychodynamics systems perspective of treatment resistant disorders, with illustrations of the value of including family therapy, and developing and using a psychodynamic treatment team. Also offered is the first description published in book form of the newly-defined area of psychodynamic psychopharmacology―an approach to the use of medications that attends to the meaning of medications to the patient and clinician, as well as to their pharmacologic effects. Important clinical problems such as trauma, psychosis, suicide, family resistant, integrated treatment, and psychopharmacologic failures are covered in detail. Throughout, practical principles are reported in text boxes to help the reader apply learning from Riggs to other outpatient, residential, day treatment, and inpatient settings. The Austen Riggs Center is on the forefront of dealing with difficult-to-treat patients, and this book provides an invaluable resource for both understanding treatment resistance and implementing effective techniques to treat it in clinical practice.

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I think the book fell short in showing how the Riggs way of doing things could be applied to other settings, which is what I think the book had planned to do. But, at least it tried and hopefully clinicians in other settings will learn something from the book. Riggs is a very unique place, very small, and has a professional staff that is the best or equal to the best that exists. It is a good read to see how a place at this level operates.
Rivik
I love this book. Very readable and also very scientific. Full with practical examples, written by doctors who work daily with real patients. I have read many psychiatric books and also many anti-psychiatric ones. In my opinion this book represents perfect (positive and constructive) critic of current psychiatric practices. A must for all professionals that are working with psychiatric patients and also a must for all those that are not pleased with current "only biological" psychiatry.

Highly recommended.
Wenaiand
Excellent work
Uttegirazu
Good. Riggs center is best hospital of USA as well as menninger clinic. Japanese use American psychoanalytic thecniques of this book.
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