What Distinguishes Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines from Non-Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines?

Read Chapter 2 of Psychopathology: An Integrative Approach to Mental Disorders (9th ed.).
Read the following articles:
Understanding the Diffusion of Non-Evidence-Based Health Interventions: The Role of Experiential EvidenceLinks to an external site.
More Thoughts Than Answers: What Distinguishes Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines from Non-Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines?Links to an external site.
Review the interactive The Case of Lourdes ZayasChoose a specific treatment approach or therapeutic modality commonly used to treat personality disorders that is either evidenced based (e.g., psychoanalysis, cognitive-behavioral therapy, humanistic therapy) or non-evidence based (e.g., social interactions, exercise, vitamin supplements, energy work, etc.) Make sure to reference additional peer-reviewed research beyond the required resources.

Summarize the historical development and evolution of the chosen treatment approach. Consider the following points:


Origins: Describe the historical context, key figures, and events that contributed to the development of the treatment approach and its application to the treatment of personality disorders.
Key Concepts: Explain the fundamental principles, theories, and techniques associated with the treatment approach.
Evolution: Discuss how the treatment approach has evolved over time, including significant modifications, criticisms, and contributions from other theoretical perspectives.
Contemporary Application: Explore how the treatment approach is currently employed and adapted in the field of psychopathology. Highlight any recent advancements, research findings, or emerging trends.

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