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Adolescent Maladaptive Schemas and Childhood Abuse and Neglect: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Tamara May, Rita Younan, Pamela Pilkington,

This study aimed to review evidence on the associations between childhood emotional, physical and sexual abuse, neglect, and bullying, and early maladaptive schemas, as measured in adolescence. PubMed, PsycInfo and CINAHL were searched to identify peer-reviewed studies reporting original quantitative data on the association between early maladaptive schemas or schema ... Read more >>

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Affective Styles and their Association with Anxiety and Depression in a Japanese Clinical Sample.

Keiko Yamaguchi, Masaya Ito, Yoshitake Takebayashi, Masaru Horikoshi, Stefan G Hofmann,

Affective styles are assumed to play an important role in maintaining negative affect, including anxiety and depression. However, little is known about the longitudinal relationship between affective styles and symptoms. Therefore, we conducted a longitudinal study to examine the influence of affective styles, assessed using the Affective Style Questionnaire, on ... Read more >>

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Metacognitive Beliefs about Uncontrollability Relate Most Strongly to Health Anxiety among U.S.-based non-Latinx White Primary Care Patients: Comparing Strength of Relations with U.S.-based non-Latinx Black and Latinx Primary Care Patients.

Thomas A Fergus, Kayla Wilder, Paul Koester, Lance P Kelley, Jackson O Griggs,

Metacognitive beliefs have emerged as important to health anxiety, particularly beliefs that health-related thoughts are uncontrollable. Preliminary research examining generalized worry indicates uncontrollability beliefs relate more strongly to anxiety among U.S.-based self-identifying White relative to Black college students. The present study sought to extend that line of research by examining ... Read more >>

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Psychophysiological treatment of chronic tinnitus: A review.

Manuel Czornik, Azim Malekshahi, Wala Mahmoud, Stephan Wolpert, Niels Birbaumer,

Subjective chronic tinnitus consists of a more or less continuous perception of sound in the absence of a corresponding acoustic source, which can lead to various psychological problems like depression, anxiety, attentional deficits and sleep disturbances. The prevalence is 10%-15% of the general population. Various therapy and management options have ... Read more >>

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Validation of the International Adjustment Disorder Questionnaire in Israel and Switzerland.

Yafit Levin, Rahel Bachem, Philip Hyland, Thanos Karatzias, Mark Shevlin, Menachem Ben-Ezra, Andreas Maercker,

The ICD-11 has introduced a new conceptualization of adjustment disorder (AjD) as a stress response syndrome with core symptoms of preoccupations and failure to adapt to the stressor. The current study aimed to assess the reliability and validity of the International Adjustment Disorder Questionnaire (IADQ) in two culturally distinct samples ... Read more >>

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Suicidal behavior in the social environment: Does exposure moderate the relationship between an individual's own suicidal ideation and behavior?

Lea Roland, Inken Höller, Thomas Forkmann, Heide Glaesmer, Laura Paashaus, Antje Schönfelder, Tobias Teismann, Georg Juckel, Dajana Rath,

<h4>Introduction</h4>Suicidal behavior still cannot be sufficiently predicted. Exposure to suicidal behavior in the personal social environment is assumed to moderate the individual's transition from suicidal ideation to suicidal behavior within the Integrated Motivational-Volitional Model of Suicidal Behavior (IMV-model). This study aimed to investigate this moderating effect in a German high-risk ... Read more >>

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How a Transdiagnostic Approach can Improve the Treatment of Emotional Disorders: Insights from Clinical Psychology and Neuroimaging.

Santiago Zarate-Guerrero, Johanna Duran-Molina, Iona Naismith,

Multiple psychological treatments for emotional disorders have been developed and implemented, improving the quality of life of individuals. Nevertheless, relapse and poor response to psychotherapy are common. This article argues that a greater understanding of both the psychological and neurobiological mechanisms of change in psychotherapy is essential to improve treatment ... Read more >>

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Early maladaptive schemas and COVID-19 anxiety: The mediational role of mistrustfulness and vulnerability to harm and illness.

Bruno Faustino, António Branco Vasco, João Delgado, António Farinha-Fernandes, José Carlos Guerreiro,

<h4>Background</h4>Early maladaptive schemas (EMS), as lifelong psychological structures, tend to be associated with psychopathological symptomatology. Previous research has suggested that schemas act as psychological vulnerabilities to stressful life situations, such as the present worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. In this context, anxiety and psychological distress have been documented as two of the ... Read more >>

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Positive beliefs about worry: An evaluation of the Why Worry-II questionnaire in patients with anxiety and mood disorders: Implications for theory and treatment.

Ricks Warren, Elizabeth Yu,

Positive beliefs about worry are an important factor that has been shown to be associated with the reduction of worry severity with cognitive behavioural therapy. The present study evaluated the psychometric properties of a measure of positive beliefs about worry, the Why Worry Questionnaire II (WW-II; Hebert et al., 2014, 0.1016/j.paid.2013.08.009) ... Read more >>

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Maladaptive emotion regulation strategies and trait anger as predictors of depression severity.

Stefania Maria Crisan, Diana Mirela Nechita,

BACKGROUND:According to empirical evidence, trait anger and emotion regulation strategies are associated with depression severity. The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of trait anger and maladaptive emotion regulation strategies in explaining the variance of depressive symptoms severity. METHODS:203 participants diagnosed with major depressive disorder completed measures ... Read more >>

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Characterizing worry content and impact in pregnant and postpartum women with anxiety disorders during COVID-19.

Sheryl M Green, Melissa Furtado, Briar E Inness, Benicio N Frey, Randi E McCabe,

The novel COVID pandemic has had a substantial impact on global mental health, including those populations that are inherently vulnerable such as pregnant and postpartum (perinatal) women. Anxiety disorders (ADs) are the most common mental health disorders during the perinatal period, affecting up to one in five women. However, since ... Read more >>

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A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW TO DETERMINE HOW SERVICE PROVIDER PRACTISES IMPACT EFFECTIVE SERVICE PROVISION TO LESBIAN, GAY AND BISEXUAL CONSUMERS IN A MENTAL HEALTH SETTING.

Joshua Bishop, Dimity A Crisp, Brett Scholz,

Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) consumers utilise mental health services at a similar rate to their heterosexual counterparts yet report greater dissatisfaction with service quality. This dissatisfaction may be explained by service provider's microaggressions, stemming from a lack of cultural competence in working with LGB consumers. This systematic review examines ... Read more >>

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Alliance rupture profiles by personality disorder pathology in psychotherapy for depression: Tendencies, development, and timing.

Ilana Lipsitz-Odess, Hadas Benisty, Tohar Dolev-Amit, Sigal Zilcha-Mano,

<h4>Objective</h4>Clinical and theoretical considerations presume that patients with different PD clusters will be associated with distinct alliance rupture profiles; however, there is scarce empirical literature examining this. The present study adopted a systematic framework for investigating profiles of alliance ruptures for individuals belonging to each of the three PD clusters.<h4>Method</h4>The ... Read more >>

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Increases in Positive Emotions as Precursors to Therapeutic Change.

Galen D McNeil, Rena L Repetti,

Increases in positive emotions may not only be indicators of progress in therapy, but precursors to that improvement. Conducted in a psychology training clinic, this naturalistic, repeated-measures study tracked changes over the course of therapy in 34 clients' emotional experience and two of the primary targets of clinical interventions, symptom ... Read more >>

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Inclusion of the other in the self as a potential risk factor for prolonged grief disorder: A comparison of patients with matched bereaved healthy controls.

Octavia Harrison, Sabine Windmann, Rita Rosner, Regina Steil,

Pathological grief has received increasing attention in recent years, as about 10% of the bereaved suffer from one kind of it. Pathological grief in the form of prolonged grief disorder (PGD) is a relatively new diagnostic category which will be included into the upcoming ICD-11. To date, various risk and ... Read more >>

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Dropout in brief psychotherapy for Major Depressive Disorder: Randomized Clinical Trial.

Rosiene da Silva Machado, Igor Soares Vieira, Thaise C Mondin, Carolina Rheingantz Scaini, Mariane Lopez Molina, Karen Jansen, Luciano Dias de Mattos Souza, Malu Ribeiro Duarte, Mario Simjanoski, Ricardo Azevedo da Silva,

The aim of this paper is to analyze the factors associated with the dropout from brief psychotherapy for adults with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) treated at a mental health outpatient clinic. This is a randomized clinical trial with two models of psychotherapy: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Supportive Expressive Dynamic ... Read more >>

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Therapeutic engagement in robot-assisted psychological interventions: A systematic review.

Simon Riches, Lisa Azevedo, Alkesh Vora, Ina Kaleva, Lawson Taylor, Peipei Guan, Priyanga Jeyarajaguru, Harley McIntosh, Constantina Petrou, Sara Pisani, Neil Hammond,

<h4>Purpose</h4>Therapeutic engagement is a key component of psychological interventions. Robot-assisted psychological interventions appear to have therapeutic benefits for service users that are challenging to engage. However, engagement with robots in robot-assisted psychological interventions is not well understood. The aim of this systematic review is to evaluate the quality of therapeutic ... Read more >>

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Premature termination of the unified protocol for the transdiagnostic treatment of emotional disorders: The role of ambivalence towards change.

João Tiago Oliveira, Inês Sousa, António P Ribeiro, Miguel M Gonçalves,

Ambivalence towards change is an expected, recurrent process in psychological change. However, the prolonged experience of ambivalence in psychotherapy contributes to client disengagement, which could result in treatment dropout. Considering the negative effects of premature termination of therapy and the convenience of the identification of clients who are at risk ... Read more >>

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Compassion and complex interpersonal trauma in adolescence: An early systematic review.

Nicola Amari, Adam Mahoney,

<h4>Background</h4>Whilst childhood trauma has been identified as a transdiagnostic risk factor for poly-psychopathology, compassion-focused interventions have emerged as transdiagnostic treatment modality. However, no previous systematic review has specifically explored the relationship between complex interpersonal trauma and compassion in adolescence. The aim of this early systematic review was to evaluate the ... Read more >>

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An exploratory comparison of resilience profiles of Swiss older adult survivors of child welfare-related maltreatment and controls.

Myriam V Thoma, Florence Bernays, Viviane Pfluger, Carla M Eising, Shauna L Rohner,

Child welfare practices in the last century have been linked to a high risk for child maltreatment and the subsequent development of mental ill-health. However, not all affected individuals develop clinically relevant psychopathology, which can be considered as a form of resilience. Such resilience is insufficiently understood in survivors of ... Read more >>

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Psychotherapists' acceptance of telepsychotherapy during the COVID-19 pandemic: A machine learning approach.

Vera Békés, Katie Aafjes-van Doorn, Sigal Zilcha-Mano, Tracy Prout, Leon Hoffman,

<h4>Objective</h4>This study aimed to develop predictive models of three aspects of psychotherapists' acceptance of telepsychotherapy (TPT) during the COVID-19 pandemic, attitudes towards TPT technology, concerns about using TPT technology and intention to use TPT technology in the future.<h4>Method</h4>Therapists (n = 795) responded to a survey about their TPT experiences during the pandemic, ... Read more >>

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The effectiveness of acceptance and commitment therapy upon weight management and psychological well-being of adults with overweight or obesity: A systematic review.

Idoia Iturbe, Enrique Echeburúa, Edurne Maiz,

Several studies have examined acceptance and commitment therapy's (ACT) effectiveness for addressing physical and psychological distress people with obesity can face. Nevertheless, no review focusing specifically on ACT analysing randomized controlled trials (RCT) has been done up to date in this field. The present systematic review was developed following the ... Read more >>

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Efficacy of emotion-focused therapy in the treatment of eating disorders: A systematic review.

Andrea Osoro, Dolores Villalobos, José Antonio Tamayo,

<h4>Background</h4>The high incidence of eating disorders (EDs) means that its treatment is approached from various perspectives, among which we find emotion-focused therapy (EFT). Therefore, the main objective of this systematic review was to know the effectiveness of EFT for eating disorders.<h4>Method</h4>A systematic review of PubMed, the Cochrane Library and the ... Read more >>

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Metacognitive training modified for negative symptoms: A feasibility study.

Linda Swanson, Matthias Schwannauer, Tim Bird, Emma Eliasson, Audrey Millar, Steffen Moritz, Helen Griffiths,

<h4>Objective</h4>Although patients often prioritize the treatment of negative symptoms, few psychological interventions targeting negative symptoms exist. This study attempts to fill this gap by piloting a modified metacognitive training programme, specifically targeted at negative symptoms (MCT-N), with a group of patients with prominent negative symptoms.<h4>Method</h4>We adopted a mixed methods case ... Read more >>

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Information seeking and health anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic: The mediating role of catastrophic cognitions.

Shreya Jagtap, Amanda L Shamblaw, Rachel Rumas, Michael W Best,

Cognitive-behavioural models of health anxiety propose a positive association between information seeking and health anxiety; however, it is unclear the extent to which cognitive mechanisms may mediate this relationship. Catastrophic cognitions are one type of cognition that may mediate this relationship, and the COVID-19 pandemic has presented an opportunity to ... Read more >>

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