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Author Bewley, Anthony

Title Practical Psychodermatology
Published Hoboken : Wiley, 2014


Description 1 online resource (294 pages)
Contents Cover; Dedication; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; SECTION 1: Introduction; CHAPTER 1: Introduction; Psychodermatology: interfaces, definitions, morbidity and mortality; The psychodermatology multidisciplinary team; DSM-IV and DSM-5; ICD-10; Models of working psychodermatology services; Setting up a psychodermatology clinic; British Association of Dermatologists Psychodermatology Working Party Report; Psychological interventions; Psychopharmacology; Assessments tools for psychodermatology patients; Global psychodermatology groups
Medicolegal and ethical issuesReferences; CHAPTER 2: History and examination; The first visit; Setting expectations; The setting; Medical history; Psychiatric interview; Physical examination and tissue evaluation; Planning for follow-up; Follow-up visits: shifting toward the psychiatric evaluation; Psychiatrist's approach to a patient with psychocutaneous disease; References; SECTION 2: Management in psychodermatology; CHAPTER 3: Psychopharmacology in psychodermatology; Introduction to prescribing antidepressant medications; Treatment of depression; Treatment of anxiety disorders
Treatment of obsessive-compulsive and related disordersTreatment of somatic symptom and related disorders; Introduction to prescribing antipsychotic medications; Treatment of delusional disorders; Psychiatric and dermatologic side effects; References; CHAPTER 4: Adherence in the treatment of chronic skin diseases; Methods of assessing adherence; Adherence in chronic skin diseases; Factors affecting adherence; Interventions to improve adherence; More frequent interactions; Patient-physician relationship; Education; Reminders; Simplifying treatment regimens
Other psychological tools to promote adherence (see also Chapter 5 and Chapter 9)References; CHAPTER 5: Psychological assessment and interventions for people with skin disease; Psychologist's initial approach to dermatology clients; Socratic questioning; Psychological assessment; Standardized measures; Risk assessment; Special situations; Psychological interventions; Basic therapies; More complex therapies; Other therapies based on clinical practice; How does the dermatologist access psychological therapies?; References; CHAPTER 6: Risk and risk management in psychodermatology
Psychiatric risk and the dermatology patientSuicide, suicidal thoughts, and suicide risk; Suicide risk assessment and recognition; Risk management; Risk to others; Direct, intentional violence; Undirected or collateral danger, including danger from accidents; Abuse and neglect of children and other vulnerable people; Risk recognition and index of suspicion; Dermatologists and psychiatric risk assessment; References; CHAPTER 7: Self-help for management of psychological distress associated with skin conditions; What is self-help?; Stepped care
Summary The aim of Practical Psychodermatology is to provide a simple, comprehensive, practical and up-to-date guide for the management of patients with psychocutaneous disease. The scope of the book will be inclusive and will aim to cover all aspects of psychocutaneous disease, in an accessible way so that non-dermatologists and non-psychiatrists will be easily able to understand the text. The book will apply a practical facilitative approach to diagnosis and management, and will be summarised by clear boxed texts and algorithms to assist readers. In addition there will be a referenc
Notes Implications of stepped care and self-help for assessment
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Skin -- Diseases -- Psychosomatic aspects.
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychological aspects
Mental illness -- Treatment.
Cutaneous manifestations of general diseases.
Skin Diseases -- psychology
Mental Disorders -- etiology
Mental Disorders -- therapy
Psychophysiologic Disorders -- therapy
Skin Diseases -- complications
Skin Manifestations
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychological aspects.
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychosomatic aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Taylor, Ruth E
Reichenberg, Jason S
Magid, Michelle
ISBN 9781118560679