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Interpersonal Psychotherapy. A Global Reach

ISBN: 9780197652084
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Interpersonal Psychotherapy: A Global Reach describes the rapidly expanding global dissemination of IPT, including the development of new training, technologies, and the use of IPT all over the world and in diverse populations. This book covers training considerations, especially for task-shifted or lay providers, certification in delivery of IPT, use of technology for training and implementation, and the continuing evidence base of IPT. The book includes implementation in high-income countries and low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) and humanitarian settings that have limited funds for research and dissemination. Providing practical guidance and experience, experts from 31 different countries from Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America, and Oceania describe challenges and facilitators of implementing IPT in their settings, share templates of training and adaptation, and provide practical case examples.

Additionally, authors detail adaptations of IPT for different disorders, such as borderline personality disorder and PTSD, and many diverse populations across the lifespan from preadolescents to older adults. Implementation of IPT with diverse communities globally includes descriptions of work with African American girls, Indigenous people, Latinx people, refugees, sexual and gender minority individuals, those with perinatal depression, and veterans, among others.

This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license. It is free to read at Oxford Scholarship Online and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations.

  • Describes the use of IPT in Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America, and Oceania with case examples provided
  • Provides adaptations and case examples for many diverse populations across the lifespan from preadolescents to older adults
  • Offers examples of different training models of IPT including use of digital methods and telehealth
  • This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license


The Authors
Table of Contents
Introduction: History of Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Chapter 1: Interpersonal Psychotherapy Methods in Brief
Part 1: The Efficacy of Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Ch. 2 The Efficacy of IPT
Ch. 3 IPT for Depression in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Meta Analysis
Pim Cuijpers, Clara Miguel, Mathias Harrer, David D. Ebert, Eirini Karyotaki
Part 2: International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Ch. 4 International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT)
John C. Markowitz
Ch. 5 ISIPT Certification Program
Cindy Goodman Stulberg, Heather A. Flynn
Ch. 6 ISIPT Chapters
Oguz Omay, Holly A. Swartz
Part 3: Training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Ch. 7 IPT Training – Digital, Online Educational formats
Paula Ravitz , Shahana Sittampalam, Malin Back, Kevin Croswell, Holly A. Swartz, Daisy Radha Singla
Ch. 8 IPT and IPC: Digital Training Tools in Finland
Kasperi Mikkonen, Viivi Mondolin, Susan Laitala, Samuli I. Saarni, Suoma E. Saarni
Ch. 9 IPT Training in Mainland China
Wanhong Zheng, Xuejun Liu, Yanli Luo, Manli Huang, Weihui Li
Ch. 10 IPT Training in France
Oguz Omay, Elisabeth Glatigny-Dallay, Benjamin Lavigne, Nathalie Salomé, Jean-Marie Sengelen
Ch. 11 IPT Training in Switzerland
Theodore Hovaguimian, Oguz Omay
Ch. 12 IPT Training in Turkey
Nazan Aydin, Oguz Omay, Nalan Öztürk, Beyza Nur Eksi
Ch. 13 IPT Training and Accreditation in the UK
Roslyn Law, Fiona Duffy
Ch. 14 IPT Training in Graduate and Residency Programs in the U.S.
Luis E. Flores, Jr., Kelsey A. Bonfils, Sarah E. Bledsoe, Danielle M. Novick
Ch. 15 IPT Training in the Veterans Health Administration in the U.S.
Kathleen F. Clougherty, Jennifer L. Steele, Kevin Croswell
Part 4: Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Africa
Ch. 16 IPT in Ethiopia (IPT-E)
Dawit Wondimagegn, Henok Hailu, Paula Ravitz, Clare Pain
Ch. 17 IPT in Kenya
Obadia Yator, Manasi Kumar
Ch. 18 IPT in East Africa: The Nyanza Region of Kenya
Susan Meffert
Ch. 19 IPC Scale up in Mozambique
Saida Khan, Paulino Feliciano, Milton L. Wainberg, Antonio Suleman, Palmira Santos, Delson Ngozo, Kathleen Clougherty, Camila Matsuzaka, Milena Mello, Maria A. Oquendo, Marcelo Feijo de Mello, Jennifer J. Mootz
Ch. 20 IPT-Group in Senegal: First Steps and Future Plans
Salaheddine Ziadeh, Charlotte Bernard, Ibrahima Ndiaye, Moussa Seydi
Ch. 21 IPT-Group: A Scalable Solution to the Depression Epidemic in Zambia and Uganda
Sean Mayberry
Part 5: Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Asia
Ch. 22 IPT in Mainland China: The Rapidly Growing Practice
Wanhong Zheng, Weihui Li, Yanli Luo, Manli Huang, Xia Sun, Xiaoyi Zhou
Ch. 23 IPT in Hong Kong
Joseph Pui-yin Chung
Ch. 24 IPT in Japan
Hiroko Mizushima
Ch. 25 IPT for Refugees in Malaysia
Xavier V. Pereira, Sharuna Verghis
Ch. 26 IPT-Group for Adolescents in Nepal
Indira Pradhan, Kelly Rose-Clarke, Helen Verdeli, Pragya Shrestha
Part 6: Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Europe
Ch. 27 IPT in Finland
Roslyn Law, Klaus Ranta
Ch. 28 IPT in Germany
Eva-Lotta Brakemeier
Ch. 29 IPT in Hungary
Adrienne Stauder, Marta Novak
Ch. 30 IPT in Italy
Silvio Bellino, Paola Bozzatello
Ch. 31 IPT in the Netherlands
Frenk Peeters, Kosse Jonker, Marc Blom
Ch. 32 Internet Delivered IPT in Netherlands
Els Dozeman, Tara Donker, Amrah Y. Schotanus, Anneke van
Ch. 33 IPT in Different Populations in Scotland
Patricia Graham, Linda Irvine Fitzpatrick
Ch. 34 IPT in Ukraine
Roslyn Law, Vitalii Klymchuk, Viktoriia Gorbunova
Ch. 35 Guided Self Help IPT in the United Kingdom
Roslyn Law
Part 7: Interpersonal Psychotherapy in the Middle East
Ch. 36 IPT in Iran
Niloofar Rafiei Alhosaini, Hasan Rezaei-Jamalouei
Ch. 37 IPT in Israel
Anat Brunstein Klomek, Yael Latzer, Romi Hera
Ch. 38 IPT for Syrian Refugees and Lebanese Host in Lebanon
Helen Verdeli, Kathleen F. Clougherty, Srishti Sardana, Cemile Ceren Sönmez,
Sandra Pardi Maradian
Part 8: Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Oceania
Ch. 39 IPT in Australia
Rebecca E. Reay
Ch. 40 IPT in New Zealand
Sue Luty, Dawn Nolan
Part 9: Interpersonal Counseling (IPC) in South America
Ch. 41 IPC in Brazil: A Task Shift Experience
Marcelo Feijó Mello, Camila Matsuzaka, Annika C. Sweetland
Ch. 42 IPC for Internally Displaced Women in Bogota, Colombia
Zelde Espinel, James M. Shultz, Helen Verdeli
Part 10: Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Different Populations in the United States
Ch. 43 Family Based IPT (FB-IPT) for Depressed Preadolescents
Laura Dietz
Ch. 44 IPT for Adolescents (IPT-A)
Laura Mufson, Anat Brunstein Klomek, Glenda Garcia, Valasía Makridis
Ch. 45 IPT for the Prevention of Excess Weight Gain in Black/African American Adolescent Girls
Natasha L. Burke, Tracy Sbrocco, Lauren B. Shomaker, Marian Tanofsky-Kraff
Ch. 46 in Older Adults with Major Depression
Charles F. Reynolds III
Ch. 47 A Culturally Grounded IPT with American Indians/Alaska Natives
Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart, Josephine Chase, Jennifer Elkins, Jennifer Martin
Ch. 48 IPT with Hispanic/Latinx Individuals
Sapana R. Patel, Laura Mufson, Roberto Lewis-Fernández
Ch. 49 Brief IPT (IPT-B) for Perinatal Depression
Holly A. Swartz, Mary Curran, Nancy K. Grote
Ch. 50 Telephone IPT Delivered by Nurses for Postpartum Depression
Sophie Grigoriadis, Cindy-Lee Dennis, Paula Ravitz
Ch. 51 IPT Delivered by Nurses
Daniel Wesemann, Teresa Judge-Ellis
Ch. 52 IPT for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
John C. Markowitz
Ch. 53 IPT with Sexual and Gender Minority Individuals
Jeremy D. Kidd, Roma Kaczmarkiewicz, S.J. Langer, Claire Koljack, Tonda L. Hughes
Ch. 54 Telephone IPT (Tele-IPT) for Rural Persons with HIV and Depression
Timothy G. Heckman, Timothy Anderson, Bernadette D. Heckman
Ch. 55 IPT in Prisons and Jails for Major Depression
Jennifer E. Johnson
Ch. 56 ENGAGE NYC: IPC in New York City Community Settings
Sarah Chiao, Miriam Tepper, Annika Sweetland, Jennifer Mootz, Kathleen F. Clougherty, Jennifer Steele, William Tarrant, Michelle Garcia, Jorge Petit, Sasha-Marie Robinson, Santiago W. Bueno-López, Milton L. Wainberg
Part 11: Reflections and the Future