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Thinking About Prescribing: The Psychology of Psychopharmacology with

Diverse Youth and Families
  • ISBN-13: 9781615373888
  • Publisher: AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION PUBLISHING
    Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION PUBLISHING
  • Author: Shashank V Joshi, MD FAAP DFAACAP (Assocciate Professor of Psychiatry, Stanford University); Andres Martin, MD MPH (Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University)
  • Price: AUD $138.00
  • Stock: 0 in stock
  • Availability: Book will be despatched upon release.
  • Local release date: 10/12/2021
  • Format: Paperback (229.00mm X 150.00mm) Weight: 0g
  • Categories: Medicine [M]Other branches of medicine [MM]Psychiatry [MMH]
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IntroductionChapter 1: Think Again About Prescribing: The Psychology of PsychopharmacologyChapter 2:The Many Facets of Alliance: The Y-Model, Applied to Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult PsychopharmacotherapyChapter 3: Psychodynamics of Medication Use in Youth With Serious Mental IllnessChapter 4: "What's In It For Me?": Adapting Evidence-Based Motivation and Therapy Techniques to Adolescent PsychiatryChapter 5: Providing Psychoeducation in PharmacotherapyChapter 6: #KeepItReal: The Myth of the "Med Check" and the Realities of the Time-Limited Pharmacotherapy VisitChapter 7: Pharmacotherapy or Psychopharmacotherapy: When Therapist and Pharmacologist Are Different People, or the Same PersonChapter 8: The Pharmacotherapeutic Role of the Pediatrician, Advanced Practice Clinician, and Other Primary Care ProvidersChapter 9: The Pharmacotherapeutic Alliance in School Mental HealthChapter 10: When Time Is Tight and Stakes Are High: Pharmacotherapy, Alliances, and the Inpatient UnitChapter 11: Telepsychiatry Goes Viral: Psychotherapeutic Aspects of Prescribing Via Telemedicine Amidst COVID-19Chapter 12: Alliance Issues to Consider in Pharmacotherapy With Transition Age YouthChapter 13: The Pharmacotherapeutic Alliance When Working With Diverse Youth and FamiliesChapter 14: The Psychopharmacotherapeutic Alliance When Resources Are LimitedChapter 15: Building a Therapeutic Alliance in Psychopharmacology During Clinical Trials: Ethical and Practical ConsiderationsChapter 16: The Power of PlaceboChapter 17: The "Good Enough" Pediatric Pharmacotherapist: Practical Pointers in Six ParablesChapter 18: Teaching and Mentoring the Next Generation of Pediatric PsychopharmacotherapistsGratitude
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