WPA Online Learning Program || Recommended Reading List
Course 2. Principles of Supportive Psychotherapy
Thank you for attending the WPA Principles of Supportive Psychotherapy Course delivered as part of the World Congress of Psychiatry (WCP) Online Learning Program. Below you will find the readings and resources recommended by the Course presenters, Dr. César A. Alfonso, Dr. Erin Crocker, Dr. David Teo Choon Liang and Assoc. Prof. Rasmon Kalayasiri. Together with the course, these will be made available in coming weeks on WPA's Education Portal.
Resources recommended by César A. Alfonso, M.D. || Common Factors in Psychotherapy
Feinstein R, Heiman N, Yager J. (2015) Common factors affecting psychotherapy outcomes: some implications for teaching psychotherapy. J Psychiatr Pract 21(3):180-9
Fisher H, Atzil-Slonim D, Bar-Kalifa E, Rafaeli E, Peri T (2016). Emotional experience and alliance contribute to therapeutic change in psychodynamic therapy. Psychotherapy (Chic) 53(1):105-116
Horvath, AO, Del Re AC, Flückiger C, Symonds D (2011) Alliance in individual psychotherapy, Psychotherapy 48(1):9-16.
Hofmann SG, Barlow DH (2014) Evidence-based psychological interventions and the common factors approach: the beginnings of a rapprochement? Psychotherapy 51(4):510-3.
Laska KM, Gurman AS,Wampold BE (2014). Expanding the lens of evidence-based practice in psychotherapy: a common factors perspective. Psychotherapy 51(4):467-481.
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Nahum, D., Tasman A., Alfonso, CA, Sonmez E (2017) Common factors in Psychotherapy, In K Fountoulakis and A Javed: Advances in Psychiatry, 4th Edition, Springer Nature.
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Resources recommended by Erin Crocker, M.D. || Fundamentals of Supportive Psychotherapy
'Learning Specific Psychotherapies' an extract from 'Psychotherapy: A Practical Introduction’ can be downloaded from WPA’s Educational Portal (Module 2 of the Psychotherapy Course: Supportive Psychotherapy) https://wpa.learnbook.com.au/course/view.php?id=161
Crocker, E.M. (2017). Supportive Psychotherapy. In D.W. Black (Ed.), Psychotherapy. Scientific American Psychiatry.
Winston, A., Rosenthal, R. N., & Pinsker, H. (2012). Learning supportive psychotherapy: An illustrated guide. American Psychiatric Publishing.
Bloch, S. (2006). An introduction to the psychotherapies. Oxford University Press.
Novalis, P. N., Virginia Singer, D. N. P., & Peele, R. (2019). Clinical manual of supportive psychotherapy. American Psychiatric Publishing.
Piper, W. E., Joyce, A. S., McCallum, M., Azim, H. F., & Ogrodniczuk, J. S. (2002). Interpretive and supportive psychotherapies: Matching therapy and patient personality. American Psychological Association.
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Lipsitz, J. D., Gur, M., Vermes, D., Petkova, E., Cheng, J., Miller, N.,Laino, J., Liebowitz, M.R., & Fyer, A. J. (2008). A randomized trial of interpersonal therapy versus supportive therapy for social anxiety disorder. Depression and Anxiety, 25(6), 542-553.
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Rosenbaum, B., Harder, S., Knudsen, P., et al. (2012). Supportive psychodynamic psychotherapy versus treatment as usual for first-episode psychosis: two-year outcome. Psychiatry: Interpersonal & Biological Processes, 75(4), 331-341.
Hellerstein, D. J., Rosenthal, R. N., Pinsker, H., Samstag, L. W., Muran, J. C., & Winston, A. (1998). A randomized prospective study comparing supportive and dynamic therapies: Outcome and alliance. The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 7(4), 261.
Clarkin, J. F., Levy, K. N., Lenzenweger, M. F., & Kernberg, O. F. (2007). Evaluating three treatments for borderline personality disorder: A multiwave study. American journal of psychiatry, 164(6), 922-928.
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Taylor, C. B., Zlutnick, S. I., Corley, M. J., & Flora, J. (1980). The effects of detoxification, relaxation, and brief supportive therapy on chronic pain. Pain, 8(3), 319-329.
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Blanco, C., Markowitz, J. C., Hellerstein, D. J., et al. (2019). A randomized trial of interpersonal psychotherapy, problem solving therapy, and supportive therapy for major depressive disorder in women with breast cancer. Breast cancer research and treatment, 173(2), 353-364.
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Cabaniss, D.L. 3-Step Supportive Psychotherapy Manual. 2015; Available from: http://www.aadprt.org/training-directors/virtual-training-office.
Rockland, L. H. (1993). A review of supportive psychotherapy, 1986-1992. Psychiatric Services, 44(11), 1053-1060.
Resources recommended by David Teo, M.D. || Psychotherapy in the Consultation Liaison Psychiatry Setting
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Resources recommended by Rasmon Kalayasiri, M.D. || Psychotherapy in Addiction Psychiatry Setting
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Mark D, Luborsky L. (1992). A manual for the use of supportive-expressive psychotherapy in the treatment of cocaine abuse. Philadelphia: Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania.
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Riccardo De Giorgi et al. (2018). Psychosocial interventions in stimulant use disorders: a systematic review and qualitative synthesis of randomized controlled trials. Riv Psichiatr. 53(5):233-255.
Course 1. Telepsychiatry
Thank you for attending the WPA Telepsychiatry Course delivered as part of the World Congress of Psychiatry (WCP) Online Learning Program. Below you will find the readings and resources recommended by the Course presenters, Dr Davor Mucic and Dr Donald Hilty. Together with the course, these will be made available in coming weeks on WPA's Education Portal.
Resources recommended by Dr Davor Music
International telepsychiatry: a study of patient acceptability
Cross-cultural telepsychiatry: an innovative approach to assess and treat ethnic minorities with limited language proficiency
Videoconference by distance by ethnic specialists to immigrants/refugees
Transcultural telepsychiatry and its impact on patient satisfaction
Resources recommended by Dr Donald Hilty
Social Media/Networking and Psychiatric Education: Competencies, Teaching Methods, and Implications
The Need to Implement and Evaluate Telehealth Competency Frameworks to Ensure Quality Care across Behavioral Health Professions
A Telehealth Framework for Mobile Health, Smartphones, and Apps: Competencies, Training, and Faculty Development
Competent Cultural Telebehavioral Healthcare to Rural Diverse Populations: Administration, Evaluation, and Financing