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Communication at the End of Life

Onishi H

End-of-life patients experience physical, mental, social, and existential distress. While medical personnel provide medication and care to alleviate patients’ distress, listening to and interacting with patients remains essential for understanding...
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A Recognition Survey by Psychiatry Residents Regarding the Quality of Psychotherapy Training and Psychotherapy Competencies in Korea

Kim YJ, Kyeon YG, Lee SJ, Chon MW, Lee SW, Jung SW, Lee KU, The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association

Objectives This study surveyed the quality of psychotherapy training and psychotherapy competencies during residency in Korea. Methods A questionnaire developed by The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association...
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Integration Good Psychiatric Management to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Fresh Psychotherapists with Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder

Lee CH

Many psychotherapists have experienced limitations in the treatment of borderline personality disorder (BPD). Symptoms of BPD patients sometimes worsened when they were treated with traditional psychoanalytic approaches. Consequently, most psy- chotherapists...
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How to Deal with the Past Memories of Patients in Palliative Care: A Suggested New Approach

Yu ES

Dealing with existential concerns experienced by patients is an important part of palliative care. Interventions that use the life review method to encourage patients to reminisce about their lives can...
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Psychoanalytic Perspectives of Social Phobia: Based on Dazai Osamu’s Novel ‘Human Lost’

Choi HY, Ha JH

Recently, the number of people experiencing social phobia or social anxiety has been gradually increasing. Social phobia is known to be closely influenced by experiences during childhood development based on...
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Educational Applications of Psychotherapy for the Medical Students: Development of Psychotherapy Education Model

Oh HY, Park YC, Park SC, Kim EK

Objectives We have been providing psychotherapy training for medical students enrolled in the course of ‘Clinical Practice.’ The aim of this study is to introduce the psychotherapy education developed in...
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A Case of Paradoxical Vocal Fold Movement Due to Psychological Causes

Shin DM, Park GC

Paradoxical vocal fold movement (PVFM) is a dystonic laryngeal disorder characterized by involuntary vocal fold adduction during inspiration and/or expiration. PVFM is uncommon and may aggravate airway obstruction. And patients...
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Psychodynamics of Medication Adherence in the Treatment of Psychiatric Patients

Song MS, Jung SB

Medication adherence is instrumental for better treatment outcomes. However, many patients—especially psychiatric patients— do not stick to their prescription. In this study, we analyzed the factors associated with treatment adherence...
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Effectiveness of Short-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in Preadolescents and Adolescents Affected by Psychiatric Disorders

Mensi MM, Orlandi M, Rogantini C, Borgatti R, Chiappedi M

Objective Few studies have explored the effectiveness of short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy in children and adolescents. We aimed to investigate its efficacy in a heterogeneous group of young patients. We also...
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Psychodynamic Understanding of Repetitive Self-Mutilation

Hong S, Ha JH

Repetitive self-mutilation or non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) refers to the intentional destruction of one’s own body tissue without suicidal intent and for purposes not socially sanctioned. Common examples include cutting, scratching,...
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Efficacy of the ‘Children in Disaster: Evaluation and Recovery (CIDER)’ Protocol for Traumatized Adolescents in Korea

Lee MS, Kim HS, Park EJ, Bhang SY

Background: We aimed to evaluate the feasibility of trauma-focused group therapy in adolescents exposed to traumatic events in Korea. Methods: We recruited 22 adolescents (mean age, 16 years; standard deviation, 1.43;...
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Psychoanalytic Interventions for Unconscious Fantasies in School Violence Victims

Kim HA, Choi MH, Kim JW, Oh HS, Kim SJ, Lee NH, Im WY

Objectives: Adolescent school violence is a serious issue in our society. The damaging effect of school violence is not limited to school life but also can adversely affect victims throughout...
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Finding Meaning in Life Threatening Illness

Kim M

This paper aims to explore how to help terminally ill patients and their families find meaning in their suffering from the logotherapeutic perspective, which is the essence of palliative care....
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Treatment Effect of Psychoeducation and Training Program Using Virtual Reality Technique in the Patients with Depressive Symptoms

Kim M, Choi SW, Moon S, Park HI, Hwang H, Kim MK, Seok JH

OBJECTIVES: To compare the clinical effectiveness of the virtual reality (VR) programs in assessing psychosocial problems, improving symptoms, and reducing suicide risk in depressive patients with those of pharmacotherapy. METHODS: Thirty-six...
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Existential Issues and Psychosocial Interventions in Palliative Care

Lee JH

The finite nature of human existence leads many to search for meaning, which comes into sharper relief for those who are imminently facing death. Therefore, universal existential concerns such as...
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Treatment of the Alcohol Use Disorder at Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic

Joe KH

Alcohol use disorder is a kind of chronic illness that is difficult to treat. The disorder often recurs easily and patients visit the outpatient clinic while intoxicated. Therefore, is often...
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Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Existential Psychotherapy and Supportive Counselling on Facial Emotion Recognition Among Patients with Mild or Moderate Depression

Yılmaz O, Mırçık , Kunduz M, Çombaş M, Öztürk A, Deveci E, Kırpınar I

OBJECTIVE: This study compared the effects of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), existential psychotherapy (ExP) and supportive counseling (SUP) on facial emotion recognition among mildly and moderately depressed patients. METHODS: 21 patients...
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Comparison of Effectiveness of Psychotherapies for Relieving Depressive Symptoms in Anxiety Disorders: A Systematic Review

Kim SY, Kim EJ, Jeon SW, Shin DW, Shin YC, Oh KS

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare and analyze effectiveness of various psychotherapies of depressive symptoms in patients with anxiety disorders by means of a systemic review. METHODS: A...
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Development and Effect of a Logotherapeutic Program for Problem Drinking in Female College Students

Lee S, Kim S

PURPOSE: Alcohol use in South Korean women, particularly college students, is increasing. Women are more vulnerable than men to alcohol use, which puts them at greater risk of physical and...
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Effects of Meaning-Centered and Mindfulness-Based Stress Management Program with Using Marine Resources on the Improvement of Emotion, Sleep Quality, Quality of Life and Cognitive Function in Family Caregiver of Patients with Severe Physical Disability : Preliminary Study

Yu JA, Lee JH, Shin SH, Cho HY, Yoo M, Shin HJ, Kim SH, Kim HJ, Yook YS, Lee SJ

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of meaning centered and mindfulnessbased stress management program with using marine resources on positive changes in mood, sleep, quality...
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