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Lecture notes for therapy Lectures from Klempan's course from Winter 2010. Comments not part of class notes (extra information said in class) are in italics.

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University of Ottawa
Rosalinde Klempan

THERAPY LECTURES LECTURE 17 Monday March1510Therapy Agenda 1 MODERN TREATMENT deinstitutionalization professions involved in psychotherapy 2 PSYCHOLOGICLA THERAPIES psychoanalysis humanistic behavioural cognitive group 3 EVALUATING PSYCHOTHERAPIES effectiveness relative effectiveness of different therapies commonalities among psychotherapies 4 BIOMEDICAL THERAPIES drugs electroconvulsive therapy psychosurgeryVIDEO Early Treatments of Mental Disorderscrude cruel largely unaffectiveHYDROTHERAPY patients sprayed by water in order to stimulate themWET PACK wrapping patients in wet sheetsCONTINUOUS BATH aim was to sedate patientsHOT BOXES AND LAMPS helped to relax patientsINSULIN THERAPY more dangerous and less effective than electroshock therapy insulin would slip into coma after low blood sugar would then convulse as well wet shockprofuse sweating and drooling mostly for schizophrenics bad symptom of insulin therapydry shockfull brain seizure Glucose given by nose was needed to get them out of coma METRASOL THERAPY another form of convulsive therapy developed by Hungarian physician intravenous injection usually lead to seizureLOBOTOMY brain surgery done to cut some nerves the worst of the therapiesModern Treatment Deinstitutionalizationsince early 60s antipsychotic medications became widely availableincreased discharging from hospitalshospital stays shorter now readmission rate is about 50
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