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(p. 103) Incorporating Family/Caregivers Into the Treatment Process From the First Meeting 

(p. 103) Incorporating Family/Caregivers Into the Treatment Process From the First Meeting
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(p. 103) Incorporating Family/Caregivers Into the Treatment Process From the First Meeting
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Mark D. Miller

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195382242.003.0009
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date: 09 July 2020

Chapter 8 discusses the involvement of the family or caregivers into the interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) treatment process. Using illustrative case studies, it outlines the roles of the adult child caregiver (including the issues that adult caregivers may face, shared caregiving duties, inadequate care), spouses are caregivers, adult child/intact spouse collaboration, and nonfamily caregivers.

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