133.Lecture 18 Summary Slides

Vulnerability to relapse lecture 18 summary slides

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Unformatted text preview:   Sleep disturbance is a clinically significant feature of BD •  Sleep symptoms are a prominent correlate of mood episodes and inadequate recovery. Inter- episode DysfuncXon Mood RegulaXon Difficulty Sleep Disturbance Sleep disturbance is modifiable! Vulnerability to Relapse Lecture 18 Summary Slides TreaXng Sleep Disturbance in BD Screening & Baseline (N = 58 inter-episode people with bipolar disorder and insomnia) Randomization Psychoeducation (Control Condition; (N = 28) Treatment as usual plus 8 sessions of . . . CBTI-BD (Experimental Condition; N = 30) Post-Treatment Assessment 6-month Follow-up Assessment CBTI-BD targets maladaptive behaviors and cognitions contributing to sleep disturbance Lecture 18 Summary Slides TreaXng Sleep Disturbance in BD •  Results: –  CBTI- BD reduced severity of insomnia and progress was maintained at the 6- month follow- up –  CBTI- BD improved disability related to mood and progress was maintained at the 6- month follow- up –  CBTI- BD resulted in significantly fewer parXcipants reporXng manic/hypomanic episodes and fewer days in a mood episode Lecture 18 Summary Slides TreaXng Sleep Disturbance in BD In Sum, This Is A Modifiable Pathway! Inter- episode DysfuncXon Mood RegulaXon Difficulty Sleep Disturbance Vulnerability to Relapse...
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