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Initial phase and interpersonal inventory

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Rob Welch, PhD presents initial phase of IPT and interpersonal inventory.

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What is interpersonal psychotherapy?

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Dr. Myrna Weissman gives an introduction to interpersonal psychotherapy, and talks about how it was developed.

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How interpersonal psychotherapy can help readers beat depression and improve their relationships?

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Cindy Goodman Stulberg is a psychologist who has counseled individuals, couples, groups, and families for more than 40 years.

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Principles & Techniques of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Teen Depression (PART 1)

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Drs. Mufson and Young describe the integral techniques of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents. In addition, they provide the research and theoretical background supporting the use of IPT-A.

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Principles & Techniques of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Teen Depression (PART 1)

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Drs. Mufson and Young describe the integral techniques of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents. In addition, they provide the research and theoretical background supporting the use of IPT-A.

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WorldCanvass: Interpersonal Psychotherapy – Part 1 of 3

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Joan Kjaer of International Programs hosts engaging discussions before a live audience at the historic Old Capitol Senate Chamber.

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WorldCanvass: Interpersonal Psychotherapy – Part 2 of 3

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Part 2 of a 3 part series on Interpersonal Psychotherapy.

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WorldCanvass: Interpersonal Psychotherapy – Part 3 of 3

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Part 3 of a 3 part series on Interpersonal Psychotherapy.

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Maunder and Hunter: Intro to Adult Attachment

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Adult attachment theory describes how each of us uses our closest relationships in order to feel secure. Dr. Bob Maunder and Dr. Jon Hunter describe the most common patterns of adult attachment.

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Maunder and Hunter: Attachment and Health – symptoms, worry & healthcare use

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Dr. Bob Maunder and Dr. Jon Hunter’s second chalkboard talk – an introduction to the effects of interpersonal style on health experience.

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