Searching and Critiquing the Evidence
SEARCHING AND CRITIQUING THE EVIDENCE 4
Searchingand Critiquing the Evidence
Searchingand Critiquing the Evidence
Whatinsights might the literature provide aboutthese issues?
Thedissociativedisorder can be effectively treated using psychotherapy as has beenshown by numerous studies. Gentile,Snyder, and Gillig (2014)identifies that personality disorders required intensivepersonalized care to the patients which included psychotherapy.
Howdoes the literature strengthen or weaken the merit of your selectedtheoretical framework and practice problem?
Freyd’smodel has been used to create associations between experiences andtrauma to show its use in understanding the support needed for thevictims. The classical and scientific principles usedin the treatment of dissociative disorder have been the basis ofFreyd’smodel. The articles provide a basis for understanding the need forpsychotherapeutic intervention in dealing with the dissociativedisorder.
Whatarelevels of evidencemost prevalent in these articles? Why do you think that level ofevidence is most prevalent?
Thearticlesare in level five category of evidencedue to the useof case studies that focus on the individualsituation of a person. For this disorder, case by case is the onlyway to study dissociative disorder as it varies from individuals.InternationalSociety for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (2011)offersarelevantguideline for the management of the disorder.Cases studies have shown differences in the manifestation of thedisorders linking it to other sociological traumas (Chlebowski& Gregory, 2012). Although limited empirical evidence is available on the disorder,one study proposed the use of stages that could be usedas psychotherapy (Brandet al., 2012).One study noted the lack of realtheories to support treatments fordissociative disorders (Paris,2012).
Howshould you evaluate the research?
Evaluatingresearch is crucial in understanding the available knowledge as wellas a gapthat need exploration. By comparing the ideas given by differentresearchers, it is possible to create links to knowledge whileunderstanding the reason for some differing perspectives.
Whyis it important to review and critique this information?
Thedifferent views offered by authors of the subject could createconflicting ideas that can only bedecipheredthrough critiqueof the literature. A complete synthesis shows the new perspectivesthat can be developed to createa better theoretical framework for studying a certain topic, saydissociative disorder.
Brand,B. L., Myrick, A. C., Loewenstein, R. J., Classen, C. C., Lanius, R.,McNary, S. W., … Putnam, F. W. (2012). A survey of practices andrecommended treatment interventions among expert therapists treatingpatients with dissociative identity disorder and dissociativedisorder not otherwise specified. PsychologicalTrauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy,4(5),490–500. http://doi.org/10.1037/a0026487
Chlebowski,S. M., & Gregory, R. J. (2012). Three cases of Dissociativeidentity disorder and co-occurring borderline personality disordertreated with dynamic deconstructive psychotherapy. AmericanJournal of Psychotherapy,66(2),165–180.
Gentile,J. P., Snyder, M., & Gillig, P. M. (2014). Stress and Trauma:Psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for depersonalization/derealizationdisorder. Innovationsin Clinical Neuroscience,11(7–8),37–41.
InternationalSociety for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. (2011). Guidelinesfor Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder in Adults. Journalof Trauma and Dissociation,12,116–187. http://doi.org/10.1300/J229v06n04
Paris,J. (2012). The rise and fall of dissociative identity disorder. TheJournal of Nervous and Mental Disease,200(12),1076–9. http://doi.org/10.1097/NMD.0b013e318275d285
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