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Guthrie, E. Moorey, J. Barker, H. Margison, F. McGrath, G. (1998). Brief Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Therapy for Patients with Severe Psychiatric Illness Which is Unresponsive to Treatment. Brit. J. Psychother., 15(2):155-166.
    

(1998). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 15(2):155-166

Clinical Papers

Brief Psychodynamic-Interpersonal Therapy for Patients with Severe Psychiatric Illness Which is Unresponsive to Treatment

Elspeth Guthrie, Jim Moorey, Helen Barker, Frank Margison and Graeme McGrath

The authors are currently conducting a large randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of brief psychodynamic-interpersonal psychotherapy with outpatients who have been unresponsive to conventional psychiatric treatment. In this paper we describe the study and the psychodynamic-interpersonal model of therapy employed in the treatment limb of the study. We also describe therapeutic work with three patients whose presentation is representative of the outpatients recruited into the study.

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