Evidence-Based Psychosocial Interventions for Cardiac Patients
This program is part of the series Heart and Mind: Contemporary Issues in Cardiac Psychology. This module describes an innovative program that has demonstrated regression of coronary atherosclerosis, and the complex issues involved in psychotherapy for patients who have received an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD). It also discusses the controversy surrounding the type A behavior pattern.
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- Describe a program that has demonstrated regression of coronary atherosclerosis.
- Comprehend the controversy surrounding the type A behavior pattern, the first psychosocial factor scientifically linked to coronary heart disease.
- Articulate the complex issues involved in psychotherapy for ICD patients.
Robert Allan, PhD, Dean Ornish, MD, Greg Neimeyer, PhD, Gunilla Burell, PhD, and Samuel Sears, PhD
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