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Which psychotherapy in the Departments of Mental Health? From evaluation issues a few ideas to discuss

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 October 2011

Summary

Aims – Taking the scientific literature on psychotherapy as a starting point, the paper suggests a few remarks for the debate over psychological treatments in the mental health services in Italy. Methods – A survey of reviews and papers on process and outcome of psychological treatments and on psychotherapeutic practice in mental health services. Results – The paper examines some organizing hypotheses in order to increase psychological treatments supplies. Conclusion – The practicability of such solutions requires on the one hand more attention for empirically supported psychological treatments in mental health professionals training and, on the other hand, that various health services become able to be different in their treatments supply.

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Scopo – Sulla base della letteratura scientifica sulla valutazione delle psicoterapie, proporre spunti di discussione in merito alle terapie psicologiche nei servizi psichiatrici pubblici. Metodo – Analisi di studi di revisone e editoriali su processi ed esiti delle terapie psicologiche e della letteratura sulla diffusione di tali pratiche nei Dipartimenti di Salute Mentale. Risultati – L'articolo identifica alcune possibili ipotesi organizzative per migliorare l'offerta di terapie psicologiche nei DSM. Conclusioni – La praticabilità di tali soluzioni richiede da un lato una maggiore attenzione per le terapie psicologiche sostenute da evidenze empiriche all'interno dei percorsi formativi dei professionisti e dall'altro che le diverse istituzioni sanitarie siano in grado di differenziarsi nella propria offerta dei trattamenti.

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