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Lemma, A. Target, M. Fonagy, P. (2013). Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT): Developing a New Psychodynamic Intervention for the Treatment of Depression. Psychoanal. Inq., 33(6):552-566.

(2013). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 33(6):552-566

Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT): Developing a New Psychodynamic Intervention for the Treatment of Depression

Alessandra Lemma, Ph.D., Mary Target, Ph.D. and Peter Fonagy, FBA

This article outlines the development of a manualized, brief (16 session) psychodynamic interventionDynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT)—for the treatment of depression. DIT is based on a distillation of the evidence-based brief psychoanalytic/psychodynamic treatments pooled together from manualized approaches that were reviewed as part of the competence framework for psychological therapies first commissioned in the United Kingdom by the Department of Health. This article begins with a description of the methodology underpinning the competence framework, followed by an overview of the model, its relevance to depression, and, finally, its strategies and techniques, which are illustrated through a case study.

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