Jul 1, 1977

A multimodality approach to inpatient treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder

American Journal of Psychotherapy
C T Friedmann, F M Silvers

Abstract

A case of severely incapacitating obsessive-compulsive neurosis is treated in an inpatient setting for 13 weeks with a combination of insight-oriented, group, family, and behavioral therapies. The synergistic effects of these modalities and the therapeutic community are discussed. Stable changes are evident 2 1/2 years after admission.

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Nervousness
Hospitalization
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Day Care
Milieu Therapy
Reinforcement, Social
Logotherapy
Teens
Depressive Symptoms
Obsessions

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