Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) is a time-limited , interpersonally-focused, and psychodynamically-informed psychotherapy. It is an evidence-based treatment for depression.
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy – the model
- Curriculum for practitioner training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy download archived copy
- Relationships are important for our health download archived copy
- Personal community map download archived copy
- Personal community map instructions download archived copy
- Personal community map questions download archived copy
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy for depression | Paul Wilkinson | 2012
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Techniques, supervision | Christopher Gale | 2007
- Implementing Interpersonal Psuchotherapy (IPT) for eating disorders | Rob Welch, Dr Denise Wilfley | 2013 download archived copy
- Cuijpers, P., Donker, T., Weissman, M. M., Ravitz, P., & Cristea, I. A. (2016). Interpersonal psychotherapy for mental health problems: a comprehensive meta-analysis. American Journal of Psychiatry, 173(7), 680-687. download
- de Mello, M. F., de Jesus Mari, J., Bacaltchuk, J., Verdeli, H., & Neugebauer, R. (2005). A systematic review of research findings on the efficacy of interpersonal therapy for depressive disorders. European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience, 255(2), 75-82. download
- Klerman, G. L., & Weissman, M. M. (1994). Interpersonal psychotherapy of depression: A brief, focused, specific strategy. Jason Aronson, Incorporated.
- Markowitz, J. C., Lipsitz, J., & Milrod, B. L. (2014). Critical review of outcome research on interpersonal psychotherapy for anxiety disorders. Depression and anxiety, 31(4), 316-325. download