psychoeducation


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psychoeducation

(sī″kō-ĕj″oo-kā′shŭn)
A means of providing patients with psychiatric illnesses with the skills to co-manage their illnesses. These skills include improving adherence to treatment regimens, managing stressful events and symptom relapses, enhancing social and familial integration and unity, and decreasing the need for hospitalization.
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Treatment for agoraphobia usually involves a combination of lifestyle changes, psychoeducation and guided self-help techniques.
mots cles intervention de groupe, psychoeducation, trouble des conduites alimentaires, approche familiale, parents
Psychoeducation consisted of two 1-hour sessions of providing verbal information, education and guidance regarding the pain; its causes and cognitive distortions which are causative in the emotional disturbances leading to or aggravating the existing pain and providing general guidance in dealing with the present problems.
The 2010 VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline also points out exposure, cognitive restructuring, anxiety management, and psychoeducation as key components of recommended evidence-based treatments and emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship in treating trauma survivors (Management of Post-Traumatic Stress Working Group, 2010).
Psychoeducation and CBT were found to significantly reduce mania symptoms compared with TAU and other treatments.
Following to topical dermatologic treatment, giving psychoeducation to parents about how they should behave to their children and escitalopram treatment, complete remission was achieved in all patients.
Both patients improved with psychoeducation and early confrontation.
There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioral therapy significantly reduces [anxiety sensitivity] through strategies such as psychoeducation, interoceptive exposure, and cognitive therapy.
There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioral therapy significandy reduces [anxiety sensitivity] through strategies such as psychoeducation, interoceptive exposure, and cognitive therapy.
It introduces the therapy, including the impact of trauma and grief on children and families, assessment strategies for traumatized children, how the model works, and the role of the therapist, then details specific trauma-focused and grief-focused components: trauma and grief psychoeducation, parenting skills, relaxation skills, affective expression and modulation skills, cognitive coping and processing skills, trauma narration and processing, mastery of trauma reminders, conjoint parent-child sessions, enhancing future safety and development, grieving the loss and resolving ambivalent feelings, preserving positive memories, and redefining the relationship and committing to present relationships, ending with information on treatment review and closure.
The first month focuses on Self, where patients will be introduced to various Psychoeducation topics such as the disease of addiction, introduction to the 12 steps program and individual and group therapy.