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Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings

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Anger, Emotional Fragility, Self-esteem, and Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa/Acne Inversa

Hidradenitis suppurativa/acne inversa (HS) is one of the most debilitating inflammatory chronic skin diseases and it heavily impairs the emotional and relational life of the patients. Despite its clinical and epidemiological relevance, its …


A Retrospective Examination of Symptom Improvements in Primary Care Patients Receiving Behavior Therapy With and Without Concurrent Pharmacotherapy

Primary care providers are the biggest prescribers of psychopharmacological medications. In this non-randomized retrospective examination, we asked whether primary care patients receiving behavioral health interventions with and without concurrent …


Social Problem Solving and Posttraumatic Growth New Possibilities in Postoperative Breast Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this study was to examine whether social problem solving (SPS) would relate to posttraumatic growth (PTG), particularly new life possibilities in breast cancer survivors. Participants included 85 women who had undergone surgical …


The Impact of Integrating Physical Health into a Brief CBT Approach for Medically Ill Veterans

The current study explored the use and preliminary outcomes of physical health treatment elements integrated into a traditional brief cognitive behavioral therapy (bCBT) approach for medically ill veterans with depression and/or anxiety. Data were …


Multicultural Awareness and a Comprehensive Team Approach to Liver Transplantation: A Case Report

Patients being considered for a liver transplant undergo a rigorous evaluation process to identify the medical and psychosocial factors that may impact transplant success. The American Association for the Study of Liver Disease outlines …

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This is the official journal of the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers (APAHC). It publishes clinical articles that reflect single-case design methodology; literature reviews that serve as a basis for new techniques, heuristic research challenges, or exemplary clinical material; and papers that address philosophical issues surrounding training models at different educational levels.

The Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings is an international forum for the publication of peer-reviewed original papers on both applied and basic research as related to the work of psychologists in medical settings and with all patient groups.

Coverage in the journal includes innovative training programs; special course materials; licensing, credentialing, and privileging in hospital practice; ethics; the role of psychologists in medical schools; professional practice matters; practice management; marketing and the politics of health care in general.

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