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    Psychosocial intervention in schizophrenia
    (2015) VIZZOTTO, A. D. B.; BUCHAIN, P. C.; NETTO, J. H.; ELKIS, H.
    The occupational therapy psychosocial intervention (OTPI) approach based on cognitive rehabilitation among clients with schizophrenia is discussed in this chapter. Schizophrenia clients have cognitive impairments in executive functions (Morrice and Delahunty, Schizophr Bull 22:125-137, 1996). This deficit is defined as the “negative syndrome” (Crow 1980) and, in treatment-resistant schizophrenia, the syndrome exhibits a great intensity that influences daily life. For these clients, it is demonstrated that psychopharmacologic treatment combined with psychosocial interventions is more effective than the sole use of psychopharmacologic treatment. This strategy improves cognitive aspects and social functioning and consequently counteracts the deterioration caused by the illness (Huxley et al., J Nerv Ment Dis 188:187-201, 2000). Thus, occupational therapy enables these clients’ improvement in executive functions. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015.
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    Pharmacosexology: Psychiatric Side Effects of Drugs for the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction
    (2018) ABDO, C. H. N.
    Many medications are used nowadays to improve male and female sexual function. But, it is known that such drugs that are appropriate for some aspects of sexual function in turn may be deleterious leading to the development of a different kind of sexual dysfunction. Moreover, drugs adopted for comorbid psychiatric symptoms of sexual dysfunction, as antidepressant, may cause sexual side effects. Again, there are quite a number of medicines used to treat systemic conditions, as hypertension, that may impair some domains of sexual function, as erectile capability. Finally some psychotropic drugs may be used as an off-label treatment for sexual dysfunctions. In this chapter all these issues are reviewed. © 2018, Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature.
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    Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder
    (2022) BORRIONE, L.; RAZZA, L. B.; MOFFA, A. H.; BRUNONI, A. R.
    Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a noninvasive brain stimulation modality, indicated for the treatment of diverse neuropsychiatric disorders, such as major depressive disorder (MDD). The procedure consists of the application of a weak electrical current to the brain, using sponge-covered and saline-humidified electrodes placed over the scalp, thereby modulating underlying neuronal networks. TDCS is considered a safe and well-tolerated technique and, due to its additional portability and low cost, can be used in home settings. We provide basic and step-by-step instructions on how to perform a tDCS session for the treatment of MDD, using a protocol that has been extensively studied and validated in previous clinical trials. We also present the neuroConn DC-Stimulator-Plus tDCS device (neuroConn, Ilmenau, Germany), with instructions for the assemblage and utilization of the equipment, and the Beam F3 method for reliable and reproducible localization of stimulation targets. General practical advice and specific challenges regarding the procedure are covered in Subheading 4. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature.
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    Brain stimulation for treatment-resistant depression
    Depression is one of the main public health problems in the world, having a high prevalence and being considered the main cause of disability. An important portion of patients does not respond to treatment with the initial trial of conventional antidepressants in the current depressive episode of moderate to severe intensity, which characterizes treatment-resistant depression. In this context, non-invasive neuromodulation procedures use an electric current or magnetic field to modulate the central nervous system, and they represent a new option for patients with treatment-resistant depression. © 2023 Elsevier B.V.
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    Terapia cognitivo-comportamental digital
    (2021) HUNGERBüHLER, Ines; LOTUFO-NETO, Francisco
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    Aspectos psiquiátricos na doença inflamatória intestinal
    (2015) HUMES, Eduardo de Castro; FRáGUAS JUNIOR, Renério
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    Impacto na saúde mental nas crianças e nos adolescentes na pandemia da COVID-19
    (2023) CASELLA, Caio Borba; SUGAYA, Luisa; POLANCZYK, Guilherme V.
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    Incongruência de gênero, transtorno do espectro autista e outros transtornos do neurodesenvolvimento
    (2024) GONçALVES, André Henrique Oliveira; SCIVOLETTO, Sandra
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    Infância e gênero
    (2024) MORIKAWA, Marcia; SCIVOLETTO, Sandra
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    Desenvolvimento da sexualidade
    (2024) MAYRINK, Caio; SCIVOLETTO, Sandra
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    (2024) POLANCZYK, Guilherme V.
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    (2016) BOARATI, Miguel Angelo; SCIVOLETTO, Sandra; PANTANO, Telma
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    Intervenção multidisciplinar em crianças e adolescentes com transtornos do comportamento e problemas com a lei
    (2016) SCIVOLETTO, Sandra; ZAYAT, Fabiana Lambert; NUNES, Ana Célia; MEDEIROS FILHO, Mauro Victor de; SERAFIM, Antônio de Pádua; STIVANIN, Luciene; FELíCIO, Jônia Lacerda
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    (2016) MIGUEL, Euripedes Constantino
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    Saúde emocional da criança
    (2021) POLANCZYK, Guilherme V.
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    Entrevista nos transtornos de ansiedade
    (2023) LOTUFO NETO, Francisco; CORCHS, Felipe