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Unmasking Psychological Symptoms How Therapists Can Learn to Recognize the Psychological Presenta




Unmasking Psychological Symptoms: How Therapists Can Learn to Recognize the Psychological Presentation of Medical Disorders By Barbara Schildkrout(auth.)
2011 | 295 Pages | ISBN: 0470639075 | PDF | 3 MB

More than 100 medical diseases-many common ailments-are capable of masquerading as mental disorders. This book shows clinicians how to identify patients who are most likely to have an underlying physical ailment and how to direct them to a targeted medical work-up. With guidance on working with patients during the referral process and afterward, as well as on integrating medical findings into ongoing therapeutic work, clinicians will benefit from the practical advice on recognizing signs, symptoms, and patterns of medical diseases that may be underlying a psychologically presenting malady.Content: Chapter 1 The Nature of the Problem (pages 1-10): Chapter 2 Laying the Groundwork (pages 11-20): Chapter 3 Characteristics That Make Somatic Diseases Difficult to Detect (pages 21-60): Chapter 4 Patterns in Time (pages 61-81): Chapter 5 The Clinical Interview (pages 83-95): Chapter 6 The History of the Present Illness (pages 97-102): Chapter 7 Specific Physical Signs and Symptoms (pages 103-128): Chapter 8 Classical Presentations-Focal Signs, Dementia, and Delirium (pages 129-148): Chapter 9 Specific Mental Signs and Symptoms (pages 149-222): Chapter 10 Important Aspects of the Patient Assessment-A Second Look (pages 223-240): Chapter 11 Extended Clinical Vignettes-Working with Patients (pages 241-275):

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