Intranasal oxytocin administration improves mood in new mothers with moderate low mood but not in mothers with elevated symptoms of postnatal depression: A randomised controlled trialDownload
This study investigated if oxytocin nasal administration reduces low mood in new mothers with postnatal depression.
The relationship between general psychopathology in young people with family functioning and engagement with psychotherapyDownload
In this paper, we investigated what was the most accurate way of understanding the structure of psychopathology in a Brazilian sample (i.e., 'is psychopathology a unique factor that explains all psychopathological conditions such as anxiety, depression, and antisocial disorders? Or are those conditions actually different categories/problems?').
Short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy with depressed adolescents: Comparing in-session interactions in good and poor outcome casesDownload
In this paper, we analysed the psychoanalytic psychotherapy sessions of 10 adolescents diagnosed with depression, divided into a group that had 'good outcomes' and another group that had 'poor outcomes' (meaning that therapy helped reducing depression for the adolescents of one of the groups, but did not for the other).
Associations of Epistemic Trust and Mentalization with Internalizing and Externalizing problems in adolescence: a gender-sensitive structural equation modeling approachDownload
The findings suggest that ET might be a transdiagnostic factor playing different roles associated with adolescent psychopathology.
The therapy process with depressed adolescents who drop out of psychoanalytic psychotherapy: An empirical case studyDownload
This mixed-methods empirical case study aimed to explore the therapeutic process of a 12-session, prematurely ended therapy with a young person with depression in short-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy (STPP).
Exploring Parental Perspectives on Dropout from Treatment for Adolescent DepressionDownload
This study aimed to explore parents’ perspectives on why their adolescent children dropped out of therapy. Interviews with 12 parents whose adolescent children had dropped out of therapy were purposively selected from a larger dataset to explore their understanding of why their children had stopped going to therapy.
Lessons about adolescent unipolar depression from the Improving Mood with Psychoanalytic and Cognitive Therapies Trial.Download
This paper summarizes the results of the Improving Mood with Psychoanalytic and Cognitive Therapies (IMPACT) study and its implications for psychological treatment of adolescents with moderate to severe unipolar major depression.
Innovative moments in therapy of youth treated for depression: An exploratory studyDownload
This study suggests that it is possible to code IMs, identified retrospectively, based on post-therapy interviews with adolescents. Meaningful differences were found between recovered compared to unchanged cases.
Understanding change - Developing a typology of therapy outcomes from the experience of adolescents with depressionDownload
Interview data from 83 participants from a clinical trial of the psychological treatment of adolescent depression was analysed using ideal type analysis.