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Somatoform and Other Psychosomatic Disorders : A Dialogue Between Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Perspectives.

By: Charis, Christos.
Contributor(s): Panayiotou, Georgia.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (227 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319893600.Subject(s): Somatoform disorders | Medicine, PsychosomaticGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Somatoform and Other Psychosomatic Disorders : A Dialogue Between Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy PerspectivesDDC classification: 616.8524 LOC classification: BF1-990Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Maintaining Mechanisms of Health Anxiety: Current State of Knowledge -- Prevalence and Demographic Characteristics -- Impact -- The Cognitive-Behavioral Conceptualization of Health Anxiety -- A Brief Overview of Developmental and Predispositional Factors -- Maintenance Mechanisms -- Cognitive Mechanisms -- Physiological Mechanisms -- Affective Mechanisms -- Behavioral Mechanisms -- A Buffering Mechanism -- Overview of Behavioral and Cognitive Approaches in Therapy -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 2: Somatoform Disorders from Psychodynamic Point of View -- Introduction -- Definition of Somatoform Disorders -- Epidemiology -- Classification -- How Do We Explain Somatoform Disorders Today? -- Biological Aspects -- Psychological Risk Factors -- Psychodynamic Models That Explain Somatoform Disorders -- "Narcissistic Mechanism" -- "Affect Equivalents" -- Schur's Theory of Psychosomatic Symptoms -- Rudolf's and Henningsen's Theory of Somatoform Disorders -- Diagnostic Issues -- How Do We Proceed in Practice? -- Summarising the Aims of the Diagnostic Procedure -- Therapy -- What Is the Transference Like with Somatoform Patients? -- References -- Chapter 3: Functional (Medically Unexplained) Physical Syndromes/Symptoms: The Cognitive Behavioral Perspective -- Cognitive Behavioral Models for Functional Physical Syndromes/Symptoms -- The Basic CB Models for FPS/S -- Brown's Integrative Conceptual Model for FPS/S -- Other CB Models Focusing on the Perception Process and Memory -- A Transdiagnostic/Problem-Specific Approach -- The Common Sense Model of Self-Regulation in Illness -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Functional Physical Syndromes/Symptoms -- Looper and Kirmayer's Intervention Approach -- A Hybrid Transdiagnostic/Problem-Specific Approach -- Reattribution Techniques.
Synthesis and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Negative Affect and Medically Unexplained Symptoms -- Biased Symptom Perception: Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) -- Association Between MUS and Negative Affect -- How Negative Affect Leads to MUS: Proposed Mechanisms -- Summary -- Future Research Directions -- Some Implications of Investigating Emotional Influences in MUS -- References -- Chapter 5: Alexithymia as a Core Trait in Psychosomatic and Other Psychological Disorders -- Research Findings from Our Laboratory -- Concluding Comments -- References -- Chapter 6: Trauma and Its Consequences for the Body and Mind -- Introduction -- The Concept of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) -- The Phenomenology of Trauma and the Difficulties to Define It Psychoanalytically -- Psychoanalytic Models of the Trauma -- Traumatic Memories -- Some Problems in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Traumatized Patients -- References -- Chapter 7: Embodiment: A New Key to the Unconscious? -- Introduction -- "Embodied" Countertransference Reactions: Keys to the Nonrepresented Trauma? -- Enactment and Countertransference Reactions in an Assessment Interview: A Clinical Example -- Finding the Body in the Mind: An Old Problem and a Revolutionary Concept -- Embodiment: A New Perspective from Basic Sciences on the "Mind-Body Problem" -- Interaction with the Environment Changes the Organism: A New View to the Nature-Nurture Problem -- Embodiment: A New Insight into Early Developmental Processes and "Early Parenting" -- A Deeper Understanding of Clinical Processes of Transformation in Psychoanalysis: The Decoding of the Unrepresented by Way of Embodied Memories in Transference or "How Do Thoughts of the Unrepresented Emerge"? -- Summary -- Bibliography.
Chapter 8: Case Study of a 29-Year-Old Patient with a Panic Disorder, Recurrent Depressive Disorder, Current Episode Moderate, IBS, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (ICD-10 F 41.0, F 33.1, F 45.32, F 43.1) -- Presenting Problems -- Case History -- Case Formulation -- Therapy -- Chapter 9: Psychotherapy Among HIV Patients: A Look at a Psychoimmunological Research Study After 20 Years -- Introduction -- HIV Infection/Illness as a Stressor -- Our Own Investigation -- Results -- Steps in the Development to a Therapeutic Group Offer -- How Has the Treatment of HIV Patients Developed Further? -- References -- Chapter 10: Accept Pain for a Vital Life: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain -- What Is Chronic Pain? -- Chronic Pain: A Complex Experience -- Prevalence of Chronic Pain -- Chronic Pain Consequences -- Impact on Mood, Mental Health, and Sleep -- Impact on Quality of Life -- Impact on Physical, Work, Social, Family, and Sexual Functioning -- Direct and Indirect Costs of Chronic Pain -- Pain vs. Suffering -- Theoretical Framework of ACT and the Psychological Flexibility Model -- Acceptance vs. Experiential Avoidance -- Cognitive Defusion vs. Cognitive Fusion -- Contact with the Present Moment vs. Dominance of the Conceptualized Past and Future -- Self as Context vs. Attachment to a Conceptualized Self -- Lack of Values Clarity/Contact vs. Valued Directions -- Inaction, Impulsivity, or Avoidant Persistence vs. Committed Action -- Why Might ACT Be Useful in Chronic Pain? -- Empirical Research: The Broad Applicability of ACT -- The Efficacy of ACT in Chronic Pain -- Randomized Clinical Trials of ACT in Chronic Pain -- The ALGEA Project -- Description of the "ALGEA" Protocol -- "ALGEA" Trial: Patient Perspectives -- Preliminary Results from the ALGEA Project -- Next Steps -- References.
Chapter 11: Health Anxiety: A Cognitive-Behavioral Framework -- Defining Health Anxiety -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Pharmacological Treatment -- HA in Patients with Comorbid Physical Illnesses -- Cancer -- The Case of Mrs. C -- Diabetes -- Other Intersections of Health Conditions and HA -- Pain -- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) -- Utilization of Medical Services -- Conceptualizing HA Treatment in a CBT Framework -- The Case of "Mrs. O" -- Introducing CBT for HA -- Sharing the Case Conceptualization and Developing a Treatment Plan -- Cognitive Restructuring for HA -- Exposures for HA -- Relapse Prevention -- Summary -- References -- Index.
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Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Maintaining Mechanisms of Health Anxiety: Current State of Knowledge -- Prevalence and Demographic Characteristics -- Impact -- The Cognitive-Behavioral Conceptualization of Health Anxiety -- A Brief Overview of Developmental and Predispositional Factors -- Maintenance Mechanisms -- Cognitive Mechanisms -- Physiological Mechanisms -- Affective Mechanisms -- Behavioral Mechanisms -- A Buffering Mechanism -- Overview of Behavioral and Cognitive Approaches in Therapy -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 2: Somatoform Disorders from Psychodynamic Point of View -- Introduction -- Definition of Somatoform Disorders -- Epidemiology -- Classification -- How Do We Explain Somatoform Disorders Today? -- Biological Aspects -- Psychological Risk Factors -- Psychodynamic Models That Explain Somatoform Disorders -- "Narcissistic Mechanism" -- "Affect Equivalents" -- Schur's Theory of Psychosomatic Symptoms -- Rudolf's and Henningsen's Theory of Somatoform Disorders -- Diagnostic Issues -- How Do We Proceed in Practice? -- Summarising the Aims of the Diagnostic Procedure -- Therapy -- What Is the Transference Like with Somatoform Patients? -- References -- Chapter 3: Functional (Medically Unexplained) Physical Syndromes/Symptoms: The Cognitive Behavioral Perspective -- Cognitive Behavioral Models for Functional Physical Syndromes/Symptoms -- The Basic CB Models for FPS/S -- Brown's Integrative Conceptual Model for FPS/S -- Other CB Models Focusing on the Perception Process and Memory -- A Transdiagnostic/Problem-Specific Approach -- The Common Sense Model of Self-Regulation in Illness -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Functional Physical Syndromes/Symptoms -- Looper and Kirmayer's Intervention Approach -- A Hybrid Transdiagnostic/Problem-Specific Approach -- Reattribution Techniques.

Synthesis and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Negative Affect and Medically Unexplained Symptoms -- Biased Symptom Perception: Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) -- Association Between MUS and Negative Affect -- How Negative Affect Leads to MUS: Proposed Mechanisms -- Summary -- Future Research Directions -- Some Implications of Investigating Emotional Influences in MUS -- References -- Chapter 5: Alexithymia as a Core Trait in Psychosomatic and Other Psychological Disorders -- Research Findings from Our Laboratory -- Concluding Comments -- References -- Chapter 6: Trauma and Its Consequences for the Body and Mind -- Introduction -- The Concept of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) -- The Phenomenology of Trauma and the Difficulties to Define It Psychoanalytically -- Psychoanalytic Models of the Trauma -- Traumatic Memories -- Some Problems in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Traumatized Patients -- References -- Chapter 7: Embodiment: A New Key to the Unconscious? -- Introduction -- "Embodied" Countertransference Reactions: Keys to the Nonrepresented Trauma? -- Enactment and Countertransference Reactions in an Assessment Interview: A Clinical Example -- Finding the Body in the Mind: An Old Problem and a Revolutionary Concept -- Embodiment: A New Perspective from Basic Sciences on the "Mind-Body Problem" -- Interaction with the Environment Changes the Organism: A New View to the Nature-Nurture Problem -- Embodiment: A New Insight into Early Developmental Processes and "Early Parenting" -- A Deeper Understanding of Clinical Processes of Transformation in Psychoanalysis: The Decoding of the Unrepresented by Way of Embodied Memories in Transference or "How Do Thoughts of the Unrepresented Emerge"? -- Summary -- Bibliography.

Chapter 8: Case Study of a 29-Year-Old Patient with a Panic Disorder, Recurrent Depressive Disorder, Current Episode Moderate, IBS, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (ICD-10 F 41.0, F 33.1, F 45.32, F 43.1) -- Presenting Problems -- Case History -- Case Formulation -- Therapy -- Chapter 9: Psychotherapy Among HIV Patients: A Look at a Psychoimmunological Research Study After 20 Years -- Introduction -- HIV Infection/Illness as a Stressor -- Our Own Investigation -- Results -- Steps in the Development to a Therapeutic Group Offer -- How Has the Treatment of HIV Patients Developed Further? -- References -- Chapter 10: Accept Pain for a Vital Life: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain -- What Is Chronic Pain? -- Chronic Pain: A Complex Experience -- Prevalence of Chronic Pain -- Chronic Pain Consequences -- Impact on Mood, Mental Health, and Sleep -- Impact on Quality of Life -- Impact on Physical, Work, Social, Family, and Sexual Functioning -- Direct and Indirect Costs of Chronic Pain -- Pain vs. Suffering -- Theoretical Framework of ACT and the Psychological Flexibility Model -- Acceptance vs. Experiential Avoidance -- Cognitive Defusion vs. Cognitive Fusion -- Contact with the Present Moment vs. Dominance of the Conceptualized Past and Future -- Self as Context vs. Attachment to a Conceptualized Self -- Lack of Values Clarity/Contact vs. Valued Directions -- Inaction, Impulsivity, or Avoidant Persistence vs. Committed Action -- Why Might ACT Be Useful in Chronic Pain? -- Empirical Research: The Broad Applicability of ACT -- The Efficacy of ACT in Chronic Pain -- Randomized Clinical Trials of ACT in Chronic Pain -- The ALGEA Project -- Description of the "ALGEA" Protocol -- "ALGEA" Trial: Patient Perspectives -- Preliminary Results from the ALGEA Project -- Next Steps -- References.

Chapter 11: Health Anxiety: A Cognitive-Behavioral Framework -- Defining Health Anxiety -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Pharmacological Treatment -- HA in Patients with Comorbid Physical Illnesses -- Cancer -- The Case of Mrs. C -- Diabetes -- Other Intersections of Health Conditions and HA -- Pain -- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) -- Utilization of Medical Services -- Conceptualizing HA Treatment in a CBT Framework -- The Case of "Mrs. O" -- Introducing CBT for HA -- Sharing the Case Conceptualization and Developing a Treatment Plan -- Cognitive Restructuring for HA -- Exposures for HA -- Relapse Prevention -- Summary -- References -- Index.

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