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Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Addiction – Grief 

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Addiction – Grief 

Interpersonal psychotherapy for addiction recognizes that grief may be another problem area that may be difficult to resolve for those recovering from a substance abuse. Grief includes more than just the death of a loved one. Like role transitions, grief can exist for...
IPT for Substance Abuse – Interpersonal Sensitivity

IPT for Substance Abuse – Interpersonal Sensitivity

IPT for substance abuse recognizes that interpersonal sensitivities contribute to feelings of alienation and aloneness and as such are unique problem areas for those struggling with substance abuse. Interpersonal sensitivity is an issue when people are viewed by...
IPT for Substance Use – Interpersonal Disputes

IPT for Substance Use – Interpersonal Disputes

IPT for substance use may focus on interpersonal disputes as they can occur between virtually anyone that a person has contact with, such as a person’s partner, family member, children, friends, or co-workers, to name a few.  Interpersonal disputes do not only include...
Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Substance Use – Role Transitions 

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Substance Use – Role Transitions 

Interpersonal psychotherapy for substance use focuses on role transitions when the patient develops psychological distress in the context of change. Examples of such changes include: situational role transitions (e.g., job loss, promotion, graduation, geographical...