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Beitragstitel The effectiveness of logosynthesis – a pilot effectiveness study on new methods in integrative psychotherapy
Beitragscode P06
  1. Suzanne von Blumenthal Institut für Logosynthese Schweiz Vortragender
  2. Mathias Egger Psychiatrische Dienste Graubünden (PDGR)
  3. Andres Schneeberger Psychiatrische Dienste Graubünden (PDGR) bis 28.2.2022
Präsentationsform Poster
  • B1 Psychotherapie/Personalisierte Therapie
Abstract The severe impairment caused by mental disorders creates a significant need for innovation in developing new treatment methods and integrating these methods into psychiatric care. Logosynthesis is a new and integrative method that represents such a development. This non-randomized pilot study examines Logosynthesis' effectiveness for clinical application for the first time. The intervention group was anticipated to experience a reduction in depressive symptoms and overall psychopathological level of distress as well as an improvement in general functioning level.
The results showed a significant increase in psychosocial functioning level when measured by external assessment, and a non-significant improvement in symptom burden when measured by self-assessment. Within the context of this pilot study, Logosynthesis can therefore be assessed as an effective method in integrative psychotherapeutic treatment. The application of Logosynthesis may be seen as a particularly useful addition to the repertoire of methods available in cases of non-response to standard treatments. Future research in randomized studies with larger samples should further investigate Logosynthesis' effectiveness, efficiency and procedural aspects.
Psychotherapeutic methods; Innovation; Effectiveness; Anxiety disorders; Post-traumatic stress disorders; Depression; Logosynthesis
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