Primary Care Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine: Brief Office Treatment and Management Pathways

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Overview

This volume provides primary care physicians with a usable desk reference to psychiatric and behavioral conditions they are likely to encounter in office-based practice. A useful complement to the DSM, Merck manual, and PDR.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Stephen Pierrel, PhD (Baylor College of Medicine)
Description: As one of the newest additions to the growing field of books on behavioral health in primary care, this text mainly focuses on primary care psychiatry. The broader landscape of behavioral medicine is given relatively less focus.
Purpose: This book is designed to provide practical, office-based knowledge and strategies on psychiatric and behavioral medicine issues common to primary care settings. These objectives are largely met.
Audience: The editors intend this book for primary care professionals including physicians, behavioral medicine providers and educators, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners and nurses. The best fit is with residents in primary care fields and advanced practice (PA and NP) professionals in primary care. The editors, a psychiatrist and a family physician, are collaborating faculty in a family medicine residency program.
Features: This text is divided into three sections. The first section, taking more than half of the book, is devoted to psychiatric disorders in primary care. The descriptive material is taken primarily from the DSM-IV but goes further by describing treatment options. The section on behavioral medicine in primary care makes up about one-fifth of the book and delves into such important areas as cardiovascular risk reduction and includes critical pathways for management over time of such common components as hypertension and weight reduction. The final fifth of the book covers psychosocial treatments in primary care. This area, a difficult one to adequately develop in primary care training settings, which could have its own text, is filled with practical ideas on crisis management and counseling techniques. The widely used stage of change paradigm by Prochaska and DiClemente is well described.
Assessment: This text is a useful addition to the bookshelf of any primary care residency training program. It would also find a home in both physician assistant and nurse practitioner programs in the primary care area. It complements the rapidly expanding literature base found in primary care journals and texts in other fields.
Stephen Pierrel
As one of the newest additions to the growing field of books on behavioral health in primary care, this text mainly focuses on primary care psychiatry. The broader landscape of behavioral medicine is given relatively less focus. This book is designed to provide practical, office-based knowledge and strategies on psychiatric and behavioral medicine issues common to primary care settings. These objectives are largely met. The editors intend this book for primary care professionals including physicians, behavioral medicine providers and educators, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners and nurses. The best fit is with residents in primary care fields and advanced practice (PA and NP) professionals in primary care. The editors, a psychiatrist and a family physician, are collaborating faculty in a family medicine residency program. This text is divided into three sections. The first section, taking more than half of the book, is devoted to psychiatric disorders in primary care. The descriptive material is taken primarily from the DSM-IV but goes further by describing treatment options. The section on behavioral medicine in primary care makes up about one-fifth of the book and delves into such important areas as cardiovascular risk reduction and includes critical pathways for management over time of such common components as hypertension and weight reduction. The final fifth of the book covers psychosocial treatments in primary care. This area, a difficult one to adequately develop in primary care training settings, which could have its own text, is filled with practical ideas on crisis management and counseling techniques. The widely used stage of change paradigm by Prochaskaand DiClemente is well described. This text is a useful addition to the bookshelf of any primary care residency training program. It would also find a home in both physician assistant and nurse practitioner programs in the primary care area. It complements the rapidly expanding literature base found in primary care journals and texts in other fields.
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A desk reference of psychiatric and behavioral conditions for primary care providers making mental health diagnoses under managed care. Nineteen contributions describe specific disorders and treatment issues with regard to conditions including anxiety, depression, substance abuse, somatoform disorders, violence and suicide, schizophrenia, sexual disorders, death and dying, and family counseling. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826112248
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 504

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Contributors
1 Psychosocial Aspects of Primary Care: Theoretical Models of Practice 1
Pt. I Psychiatric Disorders in Primary Care
2 Anxiety Disorders 17
3 Depression 55
4 Substance Abuse 83
5 Psychiatric Symptoms Due to Medical Illness 113
6 Somatoform Disorders 146
7 Violence and Suicide 171
8 Personality Disorders in Office Practice 203
9 Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders 230
10 Sexual Disorders and Sexual Trauma 256
11 Psychological Disorders and Problems of Childhood and Adolescence 273
Pt. II Behavioral Medicine in Primary Care
12 Cardiovascular and Psychosocial Risk Factors Reduction: Office-Based Interventions 299
13 A Model for Office-Based Cardiovascular Risk Reduction and Behavioral Change 330
14 Women's Health Through the Reproductive Cycle: Premenstrual Syndrome, Postpartum Disorders, and Menopause 360
15 Death and Dying 384
Pt. III Psychosocial Treatments in Primary Care
16 Consulting and Counseling in Primary Care 405
17 Crisis Intervention in Office Practice 430
18 Family Counseling 448
19 Behavioral Counseling and Medical Adherence 467
Index 489
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