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Practicing Psychology in Primary Care

of: H. Russell Searight

Hogrefe Publishing, 2010

ISBN: 9781616763626 , 166 Pages

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Practicing Psychology in Primary Care


 

About the Author

3

Table of Contents

6

Introduction to Primary Care Psychology

8

A Day in the Life of a Primary Care Psychologist

8

Overview of the Book

13

The Patients

16

Primary Care Patients Are Different

17

Demographics and Presenting Problems

17

Primary Care: The De Facto Mental Health System

18

Subsyndromal Psychiatric Conditions

19

Detection of Psychiatric Conditions in Primary Care

20

Patients Prefer Primary Care Counseling

20

Who Wants Long-Term Psychotherapy?

21

Somatization: It Is More Than You Think

22

Conclusion

28

The Culture of Primary Care and Your Physician Colleagues

30

The Functions of Primary Medical Care

30

The Worldviews of Mental Health Professionals and Physicians

31

The Culture of the Primary Care Clinic

33

The Primary Care Psychologist’s Approach to Patient Care

39

Referrals

41

Roles and Boundaries

44

Medical Conditions

48

Communication

48

Conclusion

49

When You Hear Hoofbeats, Think of Horses – Not Zebras

52

Overview

52

Review of Epidemiology

53

Knowledge of Risk Factors Improves Clinical Reasoning

55

Psychiatric Symptoms in Primary Care

58

Screening: Efficient Diagnostic Interviewing

62

The Use of Psychological Interventions in Primary Care

71

Examples of Brief Intervention in Primary Care

73

Psychotherapy Without a Therapist: Online, Self-Paced Treatment

75

Counseling and Psychotherapy in Primary Care

75

Stepped Care: A Model for Resource Efficient Treatment

76

Conclusion

78

Brief Counseling for Health Risk Behaviors

80

The Five ‘‘A’’ s and FRAMES

80

Conclusion

89

Assessing and Addressing Patient Motivation With the Stages of Change

90

The Rise of Nonadherence as a Pervasive Health Problem

90

The Transtheoretical Model and the Stages of Change

91

The Process of Moving Through the Stages

94

Stages of Change and Chronic Illness

98

Research on the Stages of Change

98

Conclusion

100

Motivational Interviewing

102

Motivational Interviewing: Background

102

Overview of the Change Process

103

Four Fundamental Dimensions of MI

104

Specific MI Techniques

106

Common MI Mistakes

109

Evaluation of MI

111

Conclusion

112

Primary Care Approaches to Psychosocial Problems

114

The BATHE Technique

114

Solution-Focused Techniques

121

Writing as Therapy

124

Conclusion

126

Brief Cognitive Treatment

128

Problem-Solving Therapy

128

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

130

Conclusion

136

Cross- Cultural Issues in Primary Care Psychology

138

Cultural Diversity: A Caution

138

The Culture of Western Medicine

139

Cultural Perspectives on Illness

140

Views of Western Medicine

143

Culture’s Impact on Provider-Patient Interaction

143

Practical Implications of Cross- Cultural Differences

145

Conclusion

146

Conclusion

148

A Time-Focused Outline for the Primary Care Psychologist

148

The Future of Primary Care Psychology

150

References

152

Index

164