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by Anne Buist

Download Psychiatric Disorders Associated With Childbirth: A Guide to Management ePub
  • ISBN 0074702467
  • ISBN13 978-0074702468
  • Language English
  • Author Anne Buist
  • Publisher McGraw-Hill (January 1, 1996)
  • Pages 132
  • Formats mbr azw txt mobi
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Medicine
  • Size ePub 1128 kb
  • Size Fb2 1218 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 578

Covers the broad range of issues health professionals are required to deal with in the management of psychiatric disorders through pregnancy and the postpartum. Examines the psychological problems of adjusting to parenthood, spousal relations, biological change, anxiety, and social stress. It particularly addresses marital- and infant-focused therapy, supports, medication, inpatient admission, prevention and long-term risks.

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We summarize what is known about cognition and atric functioning in affected individuals, as well as asymptomatic carriers of the FMR1 premutation.

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They overlap with the organic prepartum and postpartum psychoses and other psychiatric conditions associated with having children

They overlap with the organic prepartum and postpartum psychoses and other psychiatric conditions associated with having children. Symptoms include rage, or in rare cases, neonaticide. There are many distinct forms of psychosis which start during pregnancy (prepartum) or after delivery (postpartum).

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This book is a complete guide to using the evidence-based Good Psychiatric Management (GPM) approach for the . I am not a psychiatrist. I heard about this book at a conference I attended.

This book is a complete guide to using the evidence-based Good Psychiatric Management (GPM) approach for the treatment of BP. I felt that the book did a good job of presenting a reasonable approach to treating these people and some positive news on potential for improvement. This is an area where a lot of medical and mental health professionals seem to say that they never really got good training.

They overlap with the organic prepartum and postpartum psychoses and other psychiatric conditions associated with having children.

This book provides practical information about psychiatric diagnoses and medications, as well as effective .

Subsequent chapters then focus on different psychiatric diagnoses and treatment options.