Gary Sibcy

Gary Sibcy
Liberty University · school of behavioral sciences

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The emerging field of interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) suggests complex interrelationship between the mind, the body, the brain (including genetics), the environment, and especially the role of close relationships. We cover Seigel's triangle of well-being and discuss how it can be integrated into attachment-based psychotherapy as a fulcrum to stre...
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Physicians often treat patients with physical illnesses that have a functional component. Investigators have discovered that many of these patients have unresolved emotional problems associated with histories of trauma and abuse. Abused and traumatized patients with medical complaints often seek medical help. Empathic nonpsychiatrist physicians pla...
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This study was designed to determine the percentage of patients in a solo gastroenterology practice with both irritable bowel syndrome and histories of sexual abuse. Sixty-five patients participated in the study. These patients had an incidence of sexual abuse greater than the general population. Implications are drawn for nurses in gastroenterolog...
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Family violence has been recognized as a significant problem and has important ramifications for nursing practice. Abuse and trauma have far-reaching biopsychosocial consequences for affected individuals, many of whom are seen in medical offices with primarily physical symptoms. These symptoms often involve the gastrointestinal tract. In this artic...
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This study investigated the relationship between a self-report measure of adult attachment and a self-report measure of psychopathology. Sixty-one outpatients and fourteen acute inpatients were administered the Experiences in Close Relationships (Brennan, Clark, & Shaver, 1998) questionnaire and the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory--3 rd Editio...

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