Clinical Practice with Children and Adolescents Involved in Bullying and Cyberbullying: Gleaning Guidelines from the Literature
AbstractBullying and cyberbullying have received unprecedented international scholarly attention over the last three decades, including increasingly sophisticated descriptive models, measures of associated harm, and studies of whole-school intervention programs. Despite an abundance of articles related to bullying and cyberbullying, there has been relatively little attention to clinical practice with children and adolescents involved in bullying and cyberbullying. The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive review of peer-reviewed academic journal articles published between January 1990 and June 2018 pertaining to individual and group psychotherapy with clients involved in bullying and cyberbullying. Based on this review, we identify four guidelines for clinical practice related to bullying and cyberbullying with children and adolescents.
Condition: Brief Supportive Psychotherapy on Acute Coronary Syndrome Intervention: Other: Intervention group Sponsor: Indonesia University Completed
Condition: Infant Mental Health Intervention: Behavioral: Parent-infant psychotherapy Sponsor: University of East London Completed
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder characterized by episodes of both depressed and elevated mood. It typically begins in the late teens to early 20s. During depressive episodes, people experience low mood, loss of self-confidence, hopelessness, and impaired sleep and appetite. Manic episodes are marked by an increase in energy, euphoric or irritable and rapidly changing mood, higher self-confidence, and decreased need for sleep. People may experience a mood episode every few years, or as frequently as several times a year. Bipolar disorder can be treated with medications and psychotherapy. Certain chronotherapies — ...
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Unipolar depression is the most common form of depression and demand for treatment, such as psychotherapy, is high. However, waiting times for psychotherapy often considerably exceed their recommended maximum. As a potentially les...
ConclusionsBoth concepts correspond one to another. The added psychoanalytical perspective highlights milestones in psychic change: attainment of mental differentiation; integration of self together with the transformation of psychotic grandiosity into decentration, which implies responsibility for illness and own life.Practice ImplicationsThese conclusions highlight the importance of supporting relationships for people suffering from psychoses.
Authors: Llorens-Aguilar S, García-Soriano G, Roncero M, Barrada JR, Aardema F, O Connor K Abstract The purposes of this research were: (1) to analyse the psychometric properties of the Inferential Confusion Questionnaire-Expanded Version (ICQ-EV) in a Spanish population; (2) to explore the role of inferential confusion in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); and (3) to compare the inferential confusion construct in non-clinical and clinical samples. A sample of 342 non-clinical participants and 66 patients with OCD completed the ICQ-EV Spanish adaptation as well as a set of questionnaires. Results confirmed...
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, Volume 93, Issue 1, Page 187-188, March 2020.
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, Volume 93, Issue 1, Page i-iv, March 2020.
Authors: Rajhans P, Hans G, Kumar V, Chadda RK PMID: 32055063 [PubMed]
Authors: Grover S, Avasthi A, Jagiwala M PMID: 32055060 [PubMed]