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No obstante, se recomienda implementar este tipo de programas lo antes posible en el curso de la enfermedad. The physician—patient relationship must evolve towards greater interactivity and the promotion of pro-activity.
For such a purpose, it is indispensable to have therapeutic educational programs for patients. Prognosis of many non-psychiatric pathologies i. The first psycho-educational programs were focused on information, while current approaches have a much more therapeutic focus, including work on the disease significance, identifying personal triggers as well as prodromes, managing symptoms and overcoming problems of adherence to pharmaceutical drugs. Today, psycho-education is part of the routine of bipolar treatment, suitable to the physician's model.
Psycho-education has likewise demonstrated its efficiency in the prophylaxis of all sorts of two and five-year relapses, remarkably reducing episode duration, hospitalizations and adherence problems. Besides, as time passes, its efficiency is maintained, something that does not occur with other sorts of psycho-therapies. Furthermore, its implementation saves health resources.
However, this type of programs is recommended as soon as possible, in the course of the disease. This article introduces a series of evidences and practical considerations on the implementation of psycho-education, which in the bipolar disorder psychotherapy has the same role than lithium in pharmacotherapy.. ISSN: Psycho-Education, the Lithium of Psycho-therapies.
Descargar PDF. Francesc Colom 1 ,. Autor para correspondencia. Recibido 15 julio Aceptado 10 agosto Palabras clave:. Trastorno bipolar. This article introduces a series of evidences and practical considerations on the implementation of psycho-education, which in the bipolar disorder psychotherapy has the same role than lithium in pharmacotherapy.
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No obstante, se recomienda implementar este tipo de programas lo antes posible en el curso de la enfermedad. The physician—patient relationship must evolve towards greater interactivity and the promotion of pro-activity. For such a purpose, it is indispensable to have therapeutic educational programs for patients. Prognosis of many non-psychiatric pathologies i. The first psycho-educational programs were focused on information, while current approaches have a much more therapeutic focus, including work on the disease significance, identifying personal triggers as well as prodromes, managing symptoms and overcoming problems of adherence to pharmaceutical drugs.
Manual de Psicoeducacion Para El Trastorno Bipolar