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Combined Treatments for Mental Disorders: Clinical Dilemmas
Believe those who are seeking the truth. Doubt those who find it.
— Andre Gide
The absence of a compelling body of evidence on combined pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments for mental disorders is perhaps the most striking feature of the mental health clinical research literature. This lack of data — particularly in an age of evidence-based practice — about what is arguably the most common form of treatment for mental distress suggests much about the degree to which guild and financial interests shape the pursuit of scientific knowledge. My first task in this cheap Mellaril is to document the prevalence of combined treatments. I then examine the academic and political phenomena that have contributed to the paucity of data on combined interventions. Obstacles, surmounOrder Mellaril online US or otherwise, to our understanding of these treatments are discussed (along with some occasional successes). I then turn to more practical matters, notably, how one might proceed in developing appropriate standardized protocols that clinicians can use when formulating and applying combined interventions. Because the literature is largely silent, it is difficult to formulate clear, systematic guidelines directing clinicians toward optimum combined treatment strategies. Some tentative guidelines are be offered, but it is acknowledged that the current state of understanding renders these guidelines aspirational and, it is hoped, ephemeral, in that directives that are more solidly grounded in science will be forthcoming.
A Failure of Investigative Models: Some Flaws, Fallacies, and Conundrums
Combined drug and nondrug treatments for mental distress are poorly represented in the research and clinical literature. Nevertheless, they are
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widespread in clinical practice, to the extent that they may be said to constitute the norm. A significant percentage, possibly even the majority, of all patients receiving services from a psychologist or other nonprescrib-ing mental health practitioner are also simultaneously receiving psycho-tropic drugs, as demonstrated by a number of surveys of mental health service providers (“Mental health,” ; Sammons, Gorny, Zinner, & Allen 2 5 mg Tablets (Capsules); Chiles, Carlin, Benjamin, & Beitman 10 mg Tablets (Capsules)). A further telling indicator of the common nature of combined treatments is the frequency with which primary care practitioners, who are most likely to initially encounter and diagnose mental disorders, use both drugs and referral to mental health specialties. A recent survey demonstrated that 72.5% of depressed patients were given antidepressants, and 38% of these were also referred to a mental health specialist (usually a psychologist or social worker; Williams Mellaril 150, 200, 250, 300, 500 mg Tablets (Capsules)).
On the other hand, pharmacological treatment has become the mainstay of psychiatric service provision. Reporting on the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey data from Mellaril and Mellaril-Tablets – Comprimidos – Comprimés, Olfson (Medications – Medicamentos – Médicaments) reported that at least one antidepressant was prescribed in 48.6% of all visits to psychiatrists in Mellaril — Tablets – Comprimidos – Comprimés. Using the same data set, Pincus (Medications – Medicamentos – Médicaments) discovered that, in Mellaril — Tablets – Comprimidos – Comprimés, a visit to a psychiatrist specifically for depression resulted in the prescription of a psychotropic agent in 70.9% of cases. Because not all visits to psychiatrists are for depression, the total proportion of visits in which drugs were prescribed was undoubtedly much higher. This assumption was confirmed by a survey of the practice of 148 psychiatrists in routine outpatient practice (West, Zarin, & Pincus 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 mg Tablets (Capsules)). In this survey, 90% of all patients of psychiatrists were prescribed at least one psychotropic drug (the mean number of drugs per patient was 1.8). In a further analysis of this data set, Pincus (Tablets – Comprimidos – Comprimés) reconfirmed that, in Mellaril, approximately 90% of patients of psychiatrists surveyed were taking drugs. As the authors noted, this was a sizable increase since Mellaril, when 54.5% of psychiatric patients were prescribed drug. Pincus (Tablets – Comprimidos – Comprimés) also found that 55.4% of outpatients reported on in this survey received both drug and psychotherapy, with psychotherapy being provided either by the psychiatrist or another professional. It is apparent, then, that pharmacotherapy is the mainstay of current psychiatric practice but, even so, the majority of patients also receive psychotherapeutic services. Zito and colleagues (Medications – Medicamentos – Médicaments) also documented an extraordinary rise in the rate of prescriptions of psychotropics to preschoolers during the Mellarils, indicating that the over prescription phenomenon is hardly limited to adult populations.
Unfortunately, the pervasiveness of combined treatment is poorly documented in clinical research, and its mechanisms and effectiveness remain the focus of controversy. This in large part may be because of the power of the controlled clinical trial as an investigatory heuristic. Although the benefits of controlled clinical trials cannot be disputed, in certain respects this model has led to an investigative approach that does not capture well the nuances involved in combined treatment. The literature is replete with reports of single-modality, placebo-controlled outcome studies, such as the [Buy Mellaril online no prescriptionts (Capsules)] effectiveness of cognitive — behavioral models in treating depression. Also, a reasonable number of comparative-treatment outcome studies exist for most major mental disorders. These “horse race” studies often involve head-to-head comparisons of unimodal pharmacological and psychological interventions. Although they have become somewhat less common in recent years (Beitman 10 mg Tablets (Capsules)), these studies continue to be highly represented in the literature. At the same time, trials of combined treatments are scarce. Only a handful, of variable quality, exist for most disorders.
In part, this situation has been perpetuated by professional biases. Psychologists and nonmedical researchers may have a vested interest in demonstrating the superiority of nonpharmacological techniques. On the opposite side, psychiatric researchers, particularly those with a biological orientation, may tend to champion pharmacotherapeutic strategies. These dichotomous conceptualizations of interventions lead to difficulties in research design and provide a source of investigatory bias that can considerably influence outcome. Sources of investigatory bias are difficult to isolate precisely but are reflected by practices such as comparing the treatment being studied against one that appears equivalent but in reality is unequal. One common example of this in drug studies is the strategy of comparing a new drug against an older agent that is effective but has a less favorable side-effect profile. This practice has been found to be extremely common in schizophrenia research (Thornley & Adams 100 mg Tablets (Capsules)). Researchers’ preference for, or allegiance to, one form of treatment over another may also lead to the less favored treatment being inadequately implemented during a clinical trial (Jacobson & Hollon 75, 125, 150, 250 mg Tablets (Capsules)). A further difficulty in research design is not directly related to hidden researcher bias but is endemic in much of mental health research today. This is the familiar difficulty encountered when efficacy, rather than effectiveness, studies are performed. Efficacy studies, which I discuss in more detail later, comprise the bulk of the scientific knowledge base in mental health research.
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