Winkler, R. (2018): Dropouts in Psychotherapy. Part I: Predictors, theories and models to explain and recommend courses of action to avoid discontinuation of therapy. Part II: "Overview of Reviews" on dropouts in psychotherapy. HTA-Projektbericht 100.
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The project dealt in two parts with dropouts in psychotherapies. The first part of the report focused on definitions, parameters for describing psychotherapy dropouts and explanatory models. In addition, dropout predictors were identified at a meta-level, which were further empirically recorded in the second report part by an "Overview of systematic reviews". In this context, evidence synthesis (including 14 systematic reviews/meta-analyses) showed that a (young) age of psychotherapy patients and certain mental disorders (such as personality disorders) can represent relevant risk factors for an unplanned termination of psychotherapy. Dropout predictors, which are more likely to be attributed to psychotherapists, are currently only partially researched. With regard to suitable prevention strategies, eight measures were proposed in the report which, among other things, aim at organisational aspects (e.g. clarification of therapy goals, possibilities and limits of psychotherapy) and interpersonal factors (e.g. strengthening the therapeutic alliance between patient and psychotherapist).
|Item Type:||Project Report|
|Keywords:||Psychotherapy, dropouts, premature termination, predictors, overview of reviews|
|Subjects:||WM Psychiatry > WM 400-460 Therapies|
WM Psychiatry > WM 140 Mental disorders
QV Pharmacology, toxicology, pharmacy > QV 77 Psychopharmacology
|Series Name:||HTA-Projektbericht 100|
|Deposited on:||09 May 2018 13:21|
|Last Modified:||24 Jan 2019 17:03|
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