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- Vieta, Eduard / Scott, Jan
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Psychoeducation Manual for Bipolar Disorder
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'This is clearly written and user-friendly psychological treatment manual for patients with bipolar disorder ... the authors have done a brilliant job in developing such a thorough psychoeducation programme. I would recommend anyone interested in working with patients with bipolar illness to buy this book.' British Journal of Psychiatry
'Colom and his colleagues in Barcelona urge us to adopt a group psychoeducational approach. This book is a very practical guide to doing exactly that. ... The book is peppered with anecdotes about the authors' experience of running the program and dealing with difficulties. ... The book is sufficient for those with a thorough knowledge of bipolar disorder to use it as an off-the-shelf course and it lives up to its label as a manual. ... I suspect that in my local service, we will be making good use of this book as it appears easily adaptable to a wide range of people with bipolar disorder.' Psychological Medicine
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Francesc Colom is a Senior Researcher at the Bipolar Disorders Program, IDIBAPS, Hospital Clinic Barcelona, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, London. DOB 22 June 1971. Eduard Vieta is Director of the Bipolar Disorders Program, IDIBAPS, Hospital Clinic Barcelona, and Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Barcelona. DOB Jan 16 1963.
Foreword; Preface; Part I. Clinical, Diagnostic, and Therapeutic Aspects of Bipolar Disorder: Part II. Concept and Methodology of Psychoeducation: Part III. Psychoeducation Program: Unit 1. Awareness of the disorder; Unit 2. Drug adherence; Unit 3. Avoiding substance abuse; Unit 4. Early detection of new episodes; Unit 5. Regular habits and stress management; Final note; Bibliography.