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  • Slide 1 - Psychiatry in Switzerland Dr. Samuel Pfeifer, Klinik Sonnenhalde, Riehen
  • Slide 2 - Switzerland – Facts and Figures 7.3 Million inhabitants (1.4 non-Swiss) Life expectancy: f 82,6 y; m 76,7 y 40.000 squ. Km CH: Confoederatio Helvetica 26 cantons Capital Bern
  • Slide 3 - Map of Switzerland
  • Slide 4 - Confederate Psychiatry Every canton has at least one state psychiatric hospital Private psychiatric hospitals (since ~ 1880) Social Psychiatry (since ~ 1970) Therapeutic chain
  • Slide 5 - Clinic Sonnenhalde
  • Slide 6 - The therapeutic chain State Clinics Inpatient Dept.: 60 beds, 350 admissions per year Day treatment center: 16 places Outpatient Dept.: 5000 consultations per year Halfway House: 12 places CLINIC Policlinics GPs Outpatients Halfway House DayTreatment Psychiatrists Counsellors
  • Slide 7 - Stages of treatment Diagnostics (clinical, HAMD, BDI, GAF) Individual treatment plan Therapeutic Milieu Talking (at various levels) Medication Structure, Activation Exploring the social situation (housing, work, supportive relationships) Family Involvement Skills Training Discharge Planning Diagnostics Treatment Plan Therapy Evaluation DischargePlanning
  • Slide 8 - Diagnostic Groups State Clinic Figures 2002 Psychiatric Clinic Canton Aargau
  • Slide 9 - Diagnostic Groups Clinic Sonnenhalde
  • Slide 10 - Comparison State Clinic Open Clinic F0 = Organic Disorders F1 = Substance Dependency F2 = Schizophrenia F3 = Affective Disorders F4 = Anxiety Disorders F5 = Eating Disorders F6 = Personality Disorders
  • Slide 11 - Therapeutic Milieu ... A temporary community of persons who have been brought together by the individual course of their lives and the course of their illness – a community of suffering, but also a community of coping. Organizing and shaping the therapeutic milieu is one of the most important tasks of the treatment team. Basic principles of the ward structure are adapted to the individual needs of a patient.
  • Slide 12 - Therapeutic Milieu Living together means openness and transparency, Enabling patients to talk about their fears, conflicts and disappointments To find better ways of coping in the community of fellow patients and clinic staff The therapeutic milieu is clearly structured to enable patients to find their own structure for the time after hospitalization. A patient from Bosnia: „I felt treated as a human being.“
  • Slide 13 - Conflicts as a learning opportunity Experience the reaction of a different group of people in response to behavioral patterns. Better understanding for reactions within the family. Opportunity for therapeutic interventions and proposals for constructive change. Psychodynamic cognitive behavioral training (Meaning, emotions, thoughts, behaviors)
  • Slide 14 - General Elements of the Therapeutic Milieu Morning round Common meal times (like a family) Small household tasks Individual conversations with the case nurse Sports – walking Community afternoon (once per week) Games in the evening Times for withdrawal Optional: prayer time and religious counseling
  • Slide 15 - Specific Therapy Elements Gymnastics – Sports – Physiotherapy Art therapy and Creativity Manual work (wood, garden etc.) Individual and group therapy Memory training Music therapy Breathing therapy Community activities
  • Slide 16 - Week Schedule
  • Slide 17 - Practical skills training House keeping Cooking Self assertiveness Dealing with the administration; social obligations Applying for a job Anxiety reduction training (e.g. shopping, bus rides)
  • Slide 18 - Patient rights and responsibility Confidentiality (no information to others without permission) Complaints regarding treatment (verbally or written) Entitlement to read patient documentation In case of involuntary hospitalization – the right to appeal to the psychiatric commission Obligations Following the doctor’s and medical team’s advice Taking the prescribed medication Participating in the therapeutic program Cleanliness and care for dishes, furniture and rooms etc.
  • Slide 19 - Psychotherapeutic methods Cognitive-behavioral Therapy Systemic Therapy Psychodynamic Therapy Client-centered Therapy (Rogers) Body-oriented approaches Supportive Therapy
  • Slide 20 - Important therapeutic approach Supportive Therapy Misch D.A. (2000). Basic strategies of dynamic supportive therapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 9:173-189.
  • Slide 21 - Strategies of Supportive Therapy Strategy #1: Formulate the case Strategy #2: Be a good parent Strategy #3: Foster and Protect the Therapeutic Alliance Strategy #4: Manage the Transference Strategy #5: Hold and Contain the Patient
  • Slide 22 - Strategies of Supportive Therapy II Strategy #6: Lend Psychic Structure Strategy #7: Maximize adaptive Coping Mechanisms Strategy #8: Provide a Role Model for Identification Strategy #9: Give Words for inner Experiences. Strategy #10: Make Connections.
  • Slide 23 - Strategies of Supportive Therapy III Strategy #11: Raise Self-Esteem Strategy #12: Ameliorate Hopelessness. Strategy #13: Focus on the Here and Now. Strategy #14: Encourage Patient Activity. Strategy #15: Educate the Patient (and Family) Strategy #16: Manipulate the Environment.
  • Slide 24 - Be a Good Parent! This does not mean to infantilize; b u t Providing help depending on the developmental state of a person, with the goal of increasing autonomy. Well-meaning Protecting, Comforting, Encouraging, Validating, Praising. Confronting self-destructive Behavior. Limit-setting in Balance with Autonomy and Independence. Practical Suggestions, Advice and Teaching to guide the patient‘s thinking and behavior. (helping the person to evaluate is or her strategies and choices). Help the patient to reach his or her own goals rather than to substitute the therapist‘s life plan or wishes.
  • Slide 25 - Conclusions The foundation of modern psychiatry is a bio-psycho-social view of the patient. Psychosocial Psychiatry requires a therapeutic chain of institutions of varying competence. This network includes practicing psychiatrists, family doctors, social services and other paramedical services (e.g. counseling for alcohol and drug dependency).
  • Slide 26 - Conclusions Modern Psychiatry allows a variety of therapeutic approaches, emphasizing the integration vs. singular techniques. Therapeutic Milieu and Supportive Therapy are most useful in structuring inpatient services. The value of the individual has a high priority and is to be carefully weighed against the demands of society, however guided by a systemic view.

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