As a major mainstay of clinical focus and research today, bipolar disorder affects millions of individuals across the globe with its extreme and erratic shifts of mood, thinking and behavior. Edited by a team of experts in the field, The Bipolar Book: History, Neurobiology, and Treatment is a testament and guide to diagnosing and treating this exceedingly complex, highly prevalent disease. Featuring 45 chapters from an expert team of contributors from around the world, The Bipolar Book delves deep into the origins of the disorder and how it informs clinical practice today by focusing on such topics as bipolar disorder occurring in special populations, stigmatization of the disease, the role genetics play, postmortem studies, psychotherapy, treatments and more. Designed to be the definitive reference volume for clinicians, students and researchers, AysegA¼l Yildiz, Pedro Ruiz and Charles Nemeroff present The Bipolar Book as a qmust haveq for those caregivers who routinely deal with this devastating disease.DESCRIPTION OF INTERPERSONAL AND SOCIAL RHYTHM THERAPY IPSRT has four phases of treatment (Frank, 2005). The first phase ... The interpersonal therapy manual describes these strategies in greater detail (Klerman et al, 1984).
|Title||:||The Bipolar Book|
|Author||:||Aysegül Yildiz, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Pedro Ruiz, MD, Leonard M Miller Professor and Chairman Charles B Nemeroff, Ph.D.|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2015-05-28|