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Ambulante Psychotherapie in Deutschland aus Sicht der Patienten

Psychotherapeut (Impact Factor: 0.78). 11/2010; 55(6):503-514. DOI: 10.1007/s00278-010-0778-z

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Die vorgestellte Studie liefert Aussagen über die Versorgungssituation im Bereich der ambulanten Psychotherapie in Deutschland unter realen Praxisbedingungen. Im Rahmen einer bevölkerungsrepräsentativen Erhebung (Juni 2008 bis September 2009) wurden insgesamt 1212 Personen, die im Zeitraum der letzten 6 Jahre in ambulanter psychotherapeutischer Behandlung waren (698 Befragte) oder derzeit noch in ambulanter Psychotherapie sind (n=514) telefonisch zu ihren Erfahrungen mit ihrer ambulanten psychotherapeutischen Behandlung befragt. Es wurden neben sozioökonomischen Merkmalen auch Angaben zu Anlass, Zugangswegen, Kostenträgern und Ansprechpartnern für psychische Erkrankungen erhoben. Die Behandlungsformen, begleitende medikamentöse Behandlungen und Behandlungssettings der Psychotherapie werden beschrieben. Die vorliegenden Ergebnisse verdeutlichen die Problematik der Multimorbidität in der Versorgungspraxis und bestätigen den hohen Bedarf an fachgerechter psychotherapeutischer Versorgung. Um die Zugangswege zu ambulanter Psychotherapie zu verbessern, bedarf es einer engen Kooperation zwischen allen Behandlern.

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