Psychiatric Annals

Editorial 

Targeted Treatments: Harmonic or Sequential Augmentation

Jan Fawcett, MD

Abstract

Following our April issue concerning “The Neurobiology of Psychotherapy,” this May’s issue, guest edited by Dr. Jesse Wright and Dr. Michael Hollifield, extends the topic to the application of combining various types of psychotherapy with medication across the symptom domains of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and borderline disorders. The theme of different treatments targeting various symptoms emerges from these useful discussions of the role of medications and psychotherapies across these diagnostic domains.

Abstract

Following our April issue concerning “The Neurobiology of Psychotherapy,” this May’s issue, guest edited by Dr. Jesse Wright and Dr. Michael Hollifield, extends the topic to the application of combining various types of psychotherapy with medication across the symptom domains of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and borderline disorders. The theme of different treatments targeting various symptoms emerges from these useful discussions of the role of medications and psychotherapies across these diagnostic domains.

Following our April issue concerning “The Neurobiology of Psychotherapy,” this May’s issue, guest edited by Dr. Jesse Wright and Dr. Michael Hollifield, extends the topic to the application of combining various types of psychotherapy with medication across the symptom domains of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and borderline disorders. The theme of different treatments targeting various symptoms emerges from these useful discussions of the role of medications and psychotherapies across these diagnostic domains.

10.3928/00485713-20060501-09

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