- An Outline of IPT
- 1 What Is IPT?
- 2 Beginning IPT
- 3 Grief
- 4 Interpersonal Disputes
- 5 Role Transitions
- 6 Interpersonal Deficits
- 7 Termination
- 8 Techniques in IPT and the Therapist’s Role
- 9 Common Therapeutic Issues and Patient Questions
- 10 Overview of Adaptations of IPT
- 11 Maintenance Treatment of Depression
- 12 Pregnancy, Miscarriage, and Postpartum Depression
- 13 Depression in Adolescents and Children
- 14 Depression in Older Adults
- 15 Depression in Medical Patients
- 16 Dysthymic Disorder
- 17 Bipolar Disorder
- 18 Substance Abuse
- 19 Eating Disorders
- 20 Anxiety Disorders
- 21 Borderline Personality Disorder
- 22 IPT Across Cultures and in Developing Countries
- 23 Group, Conjoint, and Telephone Formats for IPT
- 24 Training and Resources
- Appendix A Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression
- Appendix B Interpersonal Psychotherapy Outcome Scale, Therapist’s Version
(p. 3) What Is IPT?
- (p. 3) What Is IPT?
Myrna M. Weissman
, John C. Markowitz
, and Gerald L. Klerman
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