Tratamientos Psicológicos Empíricamente Apoyados Para AdultosUna Revisión Selectiva

  1. Eduardo Fonseca Pedrero 1
  2. Marino Pérez Álvarez 2
  3. Susana Al-Halabi Díaz 2
  4. Félix Inchausti 3
  5. José Muñiz Fernández 4
  6. Emilio Lopez Navarro 1
  7. Alicia Pérez de Albéniz Iturriaga 1
  8. Beatriz Lucas Molina 5
  9. Martin Debbané 6
  10. María Teresa Bobes Bascarán 2
  11. Alberto Gimeno Peón 7
  12. Javier Prado Abril 8
  13. Javier Fernández Álvarez 9
  14. Juan Francisco Rodríguez Testal 10
  15. David González Pando 2
  16. Adriana Díez Gómez del Casal 1
  17. José Manuel García Montes 11
  18. Leticia García Cerdán 11
  19. Jorge Javier Osma López 12
  20. Óscar Peris Baquero 12
  21. Alba Quilez Orden 13
  22. Carlos Suso Ribera 9
  23. Elena Crespo Delgado 9
  24. Marta Salla 14
  25. Adrián Montesano 15
  26. María de las Mercedes Paino Piñeiro 2
  27. Salvador Perona Garcelán 16
  28. Oscar Vallina Fernández 17
  29. Jorge Barraca Mairal 18
  30. César González-Blanch 19
  31. Antonio Cano Vindel 20
  32. Paloma Ruiz Rodríguez 21
  33. Sara Barrio Martínez 22
  34. Amador Priede 23
  35. Miguel Ángel Vallejo Pareja 24
  36. Laura Vallejo Slocker 24
  37. Juan Antonio Cruzado Rodríguez 20
  38. Joaquín Pastor Morales 25
  39. Ana García Dantas
  40. Gloria Bellido Zanin 26
  41. Luisa María Serret Romano 16
  42. Laura Armesto Luque 16
  43. José López Santiago 27
  44. Sandra Arnáez 5
  45. Bárbara Gil Luciano 5
  46. Francisco J. Ruiz 28
  47. Francisco Javier Molina Cobos 11
  48. Juan Sevillá Gascó 29
  49. Carmen Pastor Gimeno 29
  50. Roberto Secades Villa 2
  51. Alba González Roz 2
  52. Sara Weidberg 2
  53. Gloria García Fernández 2
  54. José Pedro Espada Sánchez 30
  55. Maria Teresa Gonzálvez Maestre 30
  56. José Manuel Errasti Pérez 2
  57. Sergio Sánchez Reales 31
  58. Carmen Caballero Peláez 32
  59. María de la Fe Rodríguez Muñoz 24
  60. Cristina Soto Balbuena 32
  61. María Eugenia Olivares Crespo 33
  62. Rosa Marcos-Nájera 34
  63. Juan García Haro 7
  64. Inmaculada Montoya Castilla 5
  65. Ascensión Ángeles Fumero Hernández 35
  66. Rosario Josefa Marrero Quevedo 35
  67. Show all authors +
  1. 1 Universidad de La Rioja
  2. 2 Universidad de Oviedo
  3. 3 Servicio Riojano de Salud
  4. 4 Universidad de Nebrija
  5. 5 Universitat de València
  6. 6 Universidad de Ginebra (Suiza)
  7. 7 Servicio de Salud del Principado de Asturias
  8. 8 Servicio Aragonés de Salud
  9. 9 Universitat Jaume I
  10. 10 Universidad de Sevilla
  11. 11 Universidad de Almeria
  12. 12 Universidad de Zaragoza
  13. 13 Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria de Aragón
  14. 14 Universitat de Barcelona
  15. 15 Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
  16. 16 Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío
  17. 17 Hospital Sierrallana
  18. 18 Universidad Camilo José Cela
  19. 19 Hospital Universitario “Marqués de Valdecilla”
  20. 20 Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  21. 21 Centro de Salud Castilla La Nueva
  22. 22 Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Valdecilla
  23. 23 Hospital de Laredo - Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Valdecilla
  24. 24 Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
  25. 25 Servicio Andaluz de Salud
  26. 26 Centro de Salud Mental Infanto-Juvenil de Les Corts
  27. 27 Gerencia de Atención Integrada de Albacete
  28. 28 Fundación Konrad Lorenz (Colombia)
  29. 29 Centro de Terapia de Conducta de Valencia
  30. 30 Universidad Miguel Hernández
  31. 31 Hospital Virgen del Castillo
  32. 32 Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias
  33. 33 Hospital Clínico San Carlos
  34. 34 Ministerio de Sanidad, Consumo y Bienestar Social
  35. 35 Universidad de La Laguna
Journal:
Psicothema

ISSN: 0214-9915

Year of publication: 2021

Volume: 33

Issue: 2

Pages: 188-197

Type: Article

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Abstract

Background: Psychological treatments have shown their efficacy, effectiveness, and efficiency in dealing with mental disorders. However, considering the scientific knowledge generated in recent years, in the Spanish context, there are no updating studies about empirically supported psychological treatments. The main goal was to carry out a selective review of the main empirically supported psychological treatments for mental disorders in adults. Method: Levels of evidence and degrees of recommendation were collected based on the criteria proposed by the Spanish National Health System (Clinical Practice Guidelines) for different psychological disorders. Results: The results indicate that psychological treatments have empirical support for the approach to a wide range of psychological disorders. These levels of empirical evidence gathered range from low to high depending on the psychological disorder analysed. The review indicates the existence of certain fields of intervention that need further investigation. Conclusions: Based on this selective review, psychology professionals will be able to have rigorous, up-to-date information that allows them to make informed decisions when implementing empirically based psychotherapeutic procedures based on the characteristics of the people who require help.

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