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Kahn, Phyllis 1973 Rearing the children of young drug addicts in therapeutic communities * MS Ed Thesis, Bank Street College of Education (New York City, New York) * * Scientific Commons
Karlström G. 2002a The value of day hospital treatment for patients with severe personality disorders, a survey of the literature (In Swedish). Abstract: Personality disorders have a high prevalence in the general population and an even higher prevalence in a psychiatric patient population. Patients with severe personality disorders have a high suicide rate, but apart from that the long time prognosis is better than generally expected. These patients are however often hard to treat, both pharmacologically and psychotherapeutically. There now exists a good deal of empirical evidence that group psychotherapeutically oriented day hospital treatment can be a good alternative, especially if the day hospital treatment is followed up with long term group psychotherapy on an outpatient basis. Matrix 19(4) 347-62 *


Karlström G. 2002b Structure and modes of treatment in a day hospital for patients with severe personality disorders.(In Swedish). Abstract: The structure and modes of treatment in a day hospital for patients with severe personality disorders is outlined. The day hospital is an integrated part of a psychiatric department with full responsibility for all forms of psychiatric services within a limited catchment area with approximately 30000 inhabitants. The unit uses a combination of psychodynamically oriented group psychotherapy and milieu therapy, but a social psychiatric approach is also essential, considering the patients´ needs for an active and meaningful structuring of their lives outside the unit and after the day hospital treatment period. Continued group psychotherapy on an out patient and long-term basis after the treatment period in the day hospital is also recommended. Matrix 19(4) 363-82 *
Karlström G. 2002c Clinical data from a day hospital for patients with severe personality disorders.(In Swedish) Abstract: Clinical data from a day hospital for patients with severe personality disorders are presented. The unit applies group psychotherapeutic and milieu therapeutic methods. Most of the patients have personality disorders from cluster B or C according to DSM-IV. The patients are heavily burdened psychiatrically and socially and at the time of entry they have a mean level of 35 according to the DSM-IV GAF-scale. It is often difficult to engage this type of patients in long-term treatment modalities and many of our patients also terminate their treatment prematurely. Those who do complete the treatment though, seem to do better afterwards (so far we do not have any follow up data) and 65 % of them choose to continue their treatment in long-term group psychotherapy on a weekly basis. Matrix 19(4) 383-96 *
Karlström G. 2005 Recipes have to be adapted to your own kitchen –ideas can be adopted, but not models. Abstract: This paper outlines some experiences of running a day hospital for patients with severe personality disorders in a small town in Sweden. The story about to be told, is an account of a drama in two acts. The first act is about how the need for such a day hospital arose and about the first attempt to create it, copied from a model used by the Norwegian Day Hospital Network. This attempt failed, but also gave us the necessary experience and inspiration for the second act, the eventual reshaping and reopening of the day hospital, which in a manner of speaking forced us to reinvent the therapeutic community. Therapeutic Communities 26(1) 19-32 *
Karterud, Sigmund 1989 Group Processes in Therapeutic Communities * Otto Falch (Norway) * * PETT
Karterud, S., Pedersen,G., Friis, S.,Urnes, Ø., Irion,T., Brabrand, J., Falkum, L.R.,Leirvåg, H. 1998 The Norwegian Network of Psychotherapeutic Day Hospitals * Therapeutic Communities Vol. 19 No. 1 pp PETT
Kastl, Albert J. and Kastl, Lena 1975 Journey Back: Escaping the Drug Trap * Nelson-Hall (Chicago) * * PETT


Kayser, H; Kruger, H.; Damaschke, K.; C. Haerlin; Holland-Moritz-Kruger, K.; Lellau, E.; Mavers, W.; Petersen, P.; Rohde, M.; Rose, H.-K.; Theine, G.; Veltin, A.; Zumpe, V. 1980 Gruppenarbeit in der Psychiatrie: Erfahrungen mit der therapeutischen Gemeinschaft * Georg Thieme Verlag (Stuttgart) * * PETT


Kennard, David 1983 Some Do's and Don'ts for Beginners in a Therapeutic Community * International Journal of Therapeutic Communities 4(1) 35-37 PETT


Kennard, David; Roberts, Jeff 1983 An Introduction to Therapeutic Communities * Routledge & Kegan Paul (London, Boston, Melbourne and Henley) * * PETT


Kennard, David 1998a An Introduction to Therapeutic Communities * Jessica Kingsley (London and Philadelphia) * * PETT


Kennard, David 1998b Therapeutic communities are back - and there's something a little different about them * Therapeutic Communities 19: 4 * *
Kennard, D. & Lees, J. 2001 A checklist of standards for democratic therapeutic communities * Therapeutic Communities 22:2 pages 143-151 PETT
Kennard, David and Smaill, Neil (eds.) 1997 living together * Quartet Books (London) * * PETT


Kennedy, Roger; Heymans, Ann; Tischler, Lydia (eds) 1986 The Family as In-Patient: Families and Adolescents at the Cassel Hospital * Free Association Books (London) * * PETT
Khan, S. 2003 Mental disorder, aggression, violence and substance misuse among the residents in a therapeutic community; do environmental and social support factors affect the incidence of violence? * MSc thesis. Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow. (Unpublished) * * *


Knobloch, Ferdinand and Knobloch, Jirina 1979 Integrated Psychotherapy * Jason Aronson (New York/London) * * PETT


Kooyman, Martien 1993 The Therapeutic Community for Addicts: Intimacy, Parent Involvement, and Treatment Success * Swets & Zeitlinger (Amsterdam) * * PETT


Kramer, Charles H. and Kramer, Jeannette R. 1976 Basic Principles of Long-Term Patient Care: Developing a Therapeutic Community * Charles C. THomas (Springfield, Illinois) * * PETT


Kramer, Edith 1958 Art Therapy in a Children's Community * Charles C. Thomas (Springfield, Illinois) * * PETT




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