Wolfgang Schneider's scientific contributions

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Zusammenfassung Hintergrund Als „pseudogesund“ gelten Patienten, deren Testwerte in symptombezogenen Selbstbeurteilungsverfahren sich nicht von Personen der Allgemeinbevölkerung unterscheiden. Dennoch nehmen die „Pseudogesunden“ psychotherapeutische Behandlungen in Anspruch. Die vorliegende Studie geht daher der Frage nach, ob, und ggf. wie, sich...
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Social problems in primary care Objectives: Social problems appear in clinical work as well as in expert opinions for courts and insurances as a major factor in frequently chronic psychosomatic diseases, both in the professional and private environment. On the assumption that unemployed individuals show a higher risk for the development of mental a...
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Objective: To examine the impact of correlates of trauma on the appropriateness for group therapy (GT) in 60 participants based on the similarity of the exclusion criteria for GT to the features of posttraumatic disturbances and borderline personality. Method: We assessed the correlates of trauma (PTSD, complex PTSD, dissociation), features of BPD,...

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... In our study, GPs pictured themselves as a first point of contact when it came to handling social problems with their patients and they want to offer optimal counselling in their practice. These confidential consultations, in which social problems are explored in depth, are a well-known source of the particularly trusting relationship between GP and their patient [41][42][43][44]. For complex, persistent, or urgent social problems [45][46][47], GPs expressed a desire for support and it has become apparent that SPs are willing to provide this support [28]. ...
... CFT has been found to have good attrition among a variety of populations including those with dementia (94%; Collins et al., 2018), perfectionism (96%; Rose et al., 2018) and psychosis (82%; Laithwaite et al., 2009) and those in an inpatient setting (95%; Braehler et al., 2013). Given the challenges faced regarding interpersonal domains as described above, this has particular relevance, as populations with CPTSD may find it difficult to commit to a programme of treatment given these disturbances (16-20%; Vogel et al., 2017). In addition, several studies have measured individual satisfaction with CFT, with consistently high levels reported (Duarte et al., 2017;Graser et al., 2016;Clapton et al., 2018), although it is worth noting that populations with high shame may feel unable to give critical feedback, so these results should be interpreted cautiously. ...