Adapting interpersonal and social rhythm therapy to the developmental needs of adolescents with bipolar disorder

Development and Psychopathology
Stefanie A Hlastala, Ellen Frank

Abstract

Interpersonal and social rhythm therapy (IPSRT) is a manual-based adjunctive psychotherapy specific to the treatment of bipolar disorder. This paper reviews the theoretical rationale and empirical evidence for the efficacy of IPSRT in combination with pharmacotherapy for adults with bipolar I disorder. We then provide an overview of the developmental modifications being made to IPSRT to increase its relevance to adolescents with bipolar disorder.

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