Transdiagnostische Behandlungsansätze

Chapter
Part of the Psychosomatik im Zentrum book series (PSZE, volume 2)

Zusammenfassung

Die theoretisch und empirisch bestätigte Verbindung zwischen PTBS und chronischen Schmerzen zieht konsequenterweise Überlegungen zur Therapie nach sich. Transdiagnostischen Modellen kommt dabei eine wesentliche Bedeutung zu. In Bezug auf transdiagnostische Krankheitsfaktoren sind verschiedene transdiagnostische Behandlungsansätze relevant. Hierzu zählen das Unified Transdiagnostic Protocol von David Barlow, die emotionsfokussierte kognitive Verhaltenstherapie (ECBT), die transdiagnostische Anwendung der Dialektisch-Behavioralen Therapie (DBT), die Akzeptanz- und Commitment-Therapie (ACT) nach Steven Hayes, die Mentalisierungsbasierte Therapie (MBT) nach Anthony Bateman und Peter Fonagy, Interoceptive Exposure sowie Biofeedback und narrative Exposition. Diese verschiedenen Ansätze werden in diesem Kapitel näher beschrieben.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Klinik Eggenburg und Gars am KampPsychosomatischen Zentrums WaldviertelEggenburgÖsterreich
  2. 2.Klinik Eggenburg und Gars am KampPsychosomatisches Zentrum WaldviertelEggenburgÖsterreich
  3. 3.Klinik EggenburgPsychosomatisches Zentrum WaldviertelEggenburgÖsterreich

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