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Treating intimate partner violence with metacognitive interpersonal therapy: The case of Aaron.

The ability to identify one's psychological states as subjective and distinct from others is a significant contributing factor in the regulation of mental states and physiological arousal associated with IPV's perpetration. Metacognitive Interpersonal Therapy (META) provides an innovative way to engage with male perpetrators of IPV. A main feature was helping the client figure out how his sense of self and others were personal experiences that were distinct from relational objectivity.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34927730


Metacognitive therapy and work-focused interventions for patients on sick leave due to anxiety and depression: study protocol for a randomised controlled wait-list trial.

Patients returning to work and reducing symptoms could also have significant public health benefits, according to treatment services that deliver efficient symptom reduction and helping patients return to work. The present report will examine the effects of metacognitive therapy and work-focused interventions on reducing symptoms and raising RTW rates among patients on sick leave due to depression and anxiety. The study was conducted in the context of a Norwegian outpatient clinic as part of a national program aimed at lowering sick leave. Sick leave will also be collected from national registries from 2 years prior to intervention to 4 years after intervention, in lieu of self-reporting. Discussions: The debate has been widely held on the benefits of finding therapy that reduces depression and anxiety symptoms while also assisting in the production of RTW. This report is a significant contribution to the field as it is the first RCT on MCT and work-focused treatments for patients on sick leave due to anxiety and depression.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34838125


Patient motivation in group metacognitive therapy for generalized anxiety disorder.

Objectivise The aim of this research was to determine the predictive value of motivational language on the treatment outcomes of group metacognitive therapy for generalized anxiety disorder. The number of ST-utterances among non-responders more than responders than responders, soared much more among non-responders than responders, while taking steps increased more among treatment responders than non-responders, although treatment responses tended to more than non-responders. The treatment outcome was not related to treatment outcome, but both CT and ST in session 1 were not linked to treatment outcome. These results support the predictive value of MISC in sessions 4 and 7 of g-MCT for GAD's g-MCT for GAD, and they emphasize the importance of therapists addressing patient motivations.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34789063


"I'd Be A Completely Different Person if I Hadn't Gone to Therapy": A Qualitative Study of Metacognitive Therapy and Recovery Outcomes in Adults with Schizophrenia.

Hence, the primary aim of this qualitative research was to report first-person experiences of recovery among people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders who enroll in metacognitively directed psychotherapy. Method The participation of a minimum of 12 months in an outpatient setting of Metacognitive Reflection and Insight Therapy, a form of individual metacognitively oriented therapy, was an ongoing study conducted by 27 participants; the results and changes they observed within themselves as a result. Conclusions This research provides further insight into first person experiences of schizophrenia in people with schizophrenia, as well as adding to the growing body of evidence proving the use of this technique of metacognitively oriented psychotherapy to promote recovery in critical life domains.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34762557


Treating Avoidant Personality Disorder With Combined Individual Metacognitive Interpersonal Therapy and Group Mentalization-Based Treatment: A Pilot Study.

Abstract Avoidance personality disorder is a common yet understudied disorder. Results of a novel therapy involving biweekly individual metacognitive interpersonal therapy and weekly mentalization-based therapy group therapy have been published in the online journal. The current pilot project reports data on acceptance and outcomes of a novel therapy combining biweekly individual metacognitive interpersonal therapy and weekly mentalization-based therapy group therapy. A total of 30 patients with AvPD were admitted to the program for the first time every single year. The primary result was AvPD-specific personality traits assessed by self-report after treatment. Both in terms of acceptability and outcomes, the combination of MIT and MBT for AvPD is expected to produce promising results.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34710894

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