Behavioral Integrative Care: Treatments That Work in the Primary Care Setting / Edition 1by William T. O'Donohue
Pub. Date: 01/07/2005
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Integrated care is arguably one of the most important developments in the delivery of health care over the last few years. This new approach to health care, roughly defined as the provision of behavioral or mental health care in a way that is more coordinated with the primary medical healthcare setting, has the focused goal of providing a more complete care for the… See more details below
Integrated care is arguably one of the most important developments in the delivery of health care over the last few years. This new approach to health care, roughly defined as the provision of behavioral or mental health care in a way that is more coordinated with the primary medical healthcare setting, has the focused goal of providing a more complete care for the patient. This book focuses on three main content areas. Firstly, the treatment of psychological problems in the context of primary medical care will be addressed in several chapters. Secondly, several chapters address co-morbid psychological factors that play a key role in the effective medical management of physical diseases, either acute or chronic. Finally, several chapters address issues relevant to the overall practice of integrated care. This book is intended to extend and bridge the existing literatures of integrated care, behavioral medicine, consultation-liaison psychiatry, medical cost offset, and healthcare economics, by providing a comprehensive and current handbook of the clinical protocols that might be applied to the practice of integrated care.
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Table of Contents
Preface. Byrd, O'Donohue, Cummings, Introduction: The Case for Integrated Care: Coordinating Behavioral Healthcare with Primary Care Medicine. Strosahl, Training Behavioral Health and Primary Care Providers for Integrated Care: A Core Competencies Approach. Robinson, Adapting Empirically Supported Treatments to the Primary Care Setting: A Template for Success. Callaghan, Gregg, The Role of the Behavioral Health Care Specialist in the Treatment of Depression in Primary Care Settings. Campbell, Grisham, Brown, Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care. Mosco, Fruzzetti, Suicide and Parasuicide Management in the Primary Care Setting. Leskin, Morland, Keane, Integrating PTSD Services: The Primary Care Behavioral Health Model. Cummings, Identification and Treatment of Substance Abuse in Primary Care Settings. Cummings, Identifying and Treating the Somatizer: Integrated Care's Penultimate Behavioral Intervention. Pelham, Jr., Meichenbaum, Fabiano, Treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder in the Primary Care Setting. Gifford, Palm, Providing Integrated Care for Smoking Cessation. Jacobs, Infertility. Kovacs, Houts, The Integration of Psychosocial Interventions into the Oncology Practice. Conrad, Poston, Foreyt, Managing Obesity in Primary Care.
Kessler, As Precise as the Scalpel's Cut... Sort of: Psychological and Self-regulation Treatments in Preparation for Surgery and Invasive Medical Procedures. Arena, Blanchard, Assessment and Treatment of Chronic Benign Headache in the Primary Care Setting. Robinson, Gardea, Maddrey, Gatchel, Addressing Chronic Pain in Primary Care Settings. Callaghan, Ortega, Berlin, Psychosocial Interventions with Type 1 and 2 Diabetic Patients. Levensky, Increasing Medication Adherence in Chronic Illnesses: Guidelines for Behavioral Healthcare Clinicians Working in Primary Care Settings. Byrd, Ferguson, Henderson, Oksol, O'Donohue, The Integrated Management of Adult Asthma.
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