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Reviewing present theoretical paradigms for melancholy, this sensible reference discusses the differential analysis of melancholy suffered in the course of habit recovery-delineating winning therapy recommendations for the subtypes of melancholy universal to sufferers in restoration similar to adjustment disease with depressed temper, significant depressive sickness, dysthymia, bipolar illness, and natural temper affliction.
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Furthermore, and less well recognized, depression can be stimulated by (1) the recession of addiction, (2) the onset of abstinence, and (3) ongoing tasks of recovery. This book offers clinicians essential information about recovery-stimulated depression. For example, during recovery and without the Page vii object of their addiction, patients often sense that they have lost an important organizing element of their daily life; this loss of control—quite different from the experience of control lost during addiction—can stimulate a depressive episode.
It is important to note that for both mania and hypomania, the symptoms cannot be due to the direct physiological effects of substances, a general medical condition, or somatic antidepressant treatment (including medication, electroconvulsive therapy, or light therapy). The most remarkable aspect of dysthymic disorder (Table 9) is the requirement of 2 years of depressed mood for most of the day, for more days than not. In addition, no episode of major depression can be present during the first 2 years of the disturbance.
E. (1984). Drug, Set, and Setting: The Basis for Controlled Intoxicant Use. New Haven: Yale University Press. Page xiv Page xv Preface The purpose of Clinical Depression During Addiction Recovery is to help clinicians recognize and effectively treat the different types of depression that may occur during early recovery from addiction. The book begins with a review of the current theoretical constructs regarding depression in patients recovering from a broad range of addictions. Psychological, social, and biological perspectives are first considered, providing the reader with a clear rationale for the clinical applications of diagnosis and treatment that follow later in the book.