Références Scientifiques

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I/ Publications en français

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Il y a actuellement peu de publications dignes d’intérêt en français, contrairement aux textes anglophones.

Nous vous proposons, à titre indicatif, 1 article et 1 ouvrage de qualité, en français, qui vous permettrons de découvrir les TIP:

Juin 2017 : « La Thérapie Interpersonnelle, une psychothérapie efficace à découvrir », La lettre de Psychiatrie, N° 249 • juin-juillet 2017, P22-25

Par ailleurs, un livre destiné aux professionnels consacré à la pratique des TIP est paru aux éditions DUNOD en août 2017: « Pratiquer la Thérapie Interpersonnelle (TIP) »

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– Si vous voulez avoir une idée de ce qu’est la thérapie interpersonnelle, vous pouvez parcourir l’article du Dr Nicolas Neveux, publié sur www.encephale.com

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II/ Place de la TIP dans la littérature scientifique

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Une chose est essentielle: les Thérapies InterPersonnelles ont fait scientifiquement la preuve de leur efficacité dans la dépression. C’est d’ailleurs le seul type de psychothérapie, avec les TCC (Thérapies Cognitives et Comportementales) qui a pu prouver une telle efficacité.

—C’est simple: l’OMS (Aide-mémoire N°369, février 2017) préconise:

—« Il existe des traitements efficaces pour combattre les formes modérées à sévères d’épisode dépressif majeur. Les prestataires de soins peuvent proposer des traitements psychologiques (activation comportementale, la thérapie comportementale et cognitive [TCC], la thérapie interpersonnelle [TIP]) ou des médicaments AD.  »

La TIP est clairement recommandée dans la prise en charge de la dépression par la NICE et l’APA.

En France, dès 2002, l’ANAES (ancienne HAS) préconise dans ses recommandations dans la prise en charge de la dépression, l’utilisation de la TIP.

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III/ Sociétés savantes américaines de TIP:

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  1. IPT Institute: https://iptinstitute.com/
  2. International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT): https://www.interpersonalpsychotherapy.org/

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IV/ Quelques articles établissant cette efficacité:

Très récemment ont été publiés des articles très intéressants sur la TIP:

  1. Ekeblad A, Falkenstrom F, Andersson G, Vestberg R, Holmqvist R. Randomized Trial of Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Major Depressive Disorder in a Community-Based Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic. Depress Anxiety 2016;33(12):1090-1098.
  2. Souza LH, Salum GA, Mosqueiro BP, Caldieraro MA, Guerra TA, Fleck MP. Interpersonal psychotherapy as add-on for treatment-resistant depression: A pragmatic randomized controlled trial. J Affect Disord 2016;193:373-80.
  3. Cuijpers P, Donker T, Weissman MM, Ravitz P, Cristea IA. Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Mental Health Problems: A Comprehensive Meta-Analysis. Am J Psychiatry 2016;173(7):680-7.

D’autres articles avec de bonnes méta-analyses:

  1. Cuijpers P, Karyotaki E, Weitz E, Andersson G, Hollon SD, van Straten A. The effects of psychotherapies for major depression in adults on remission, recovery and improvement: A meta-analysis. J Affect Disord;159C:118-126.
  2. Cuijpers P, Geraedts AS, van Oppen P, Andersson G, Markowitz JC, van Straten A. Interpersonal psychotherapy for depression: a meta-analysis. Am J Psychiatry;168(6):581-92.

 

IV/ Autres articles sur les TIP et leur utilisation:

  • AGRAS, W. S., WALSH, T., FAIRBURN, C. G., WILSON, G. T.,
  • KRAEMER, H. C., 2000, A multicenter comparison of cognitive-behavioral therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy for bulimia nervosa, Archives of General Psychiatry, 57, 5, 459-466.
  • ANGUS, L., GILLIES, L. A., 1994, Counseling the borderline client : An inter­personal approach, Canadian Journal of Counselling/Revue cana­dienne de counseling, 28, 69-82.
  • BELLINO, S., ZIZZA, M., RINALDI, C., BOGETTO, F., 2006, Combined treatment of major depression in patients with borderline personality disorder : a comparison with pharmacotherapy, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 51, 7, 453-460.
  • BERTERA, E. M., 2005, Mental health in U.S. adults : The role of positive social networks and social negativity in personal relationships, Journal of Social and Personal Relationship, 22, 33-48.
  • BLEIBERG, K. L., MARKOWITZ, J. C., 2005, A pilot study of interpersonal psy­cho­therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder, American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, 1, 181-183.
  • BOLTON, P., BASS, J., NEUGEBAUER, R., VERDELI, H., CLOUGHERTY, K. F., WICKRAMARATNE, P., SPEELMAN, L., NDOGONI, L., WEISSMAN, M., 2003, Group interpersonal psychotherapy for depression in rural Uganda : a randomized controlled trial, Jama, 289, 23, 3117-3124.
  • BRUCK, E., WINSTON, A., ADERHOLT, S., MURAN, J. C., 2006, Predictive validity of patient and therapist attachment and introject styles, American Journal of Psychotherapy, 60, 4, 393-406.
  • CARON, J., GUAY, S., 2005a, Le soutien social peut-il reprendre sa juste place dans la problématique de la santé mentale ?, Santé mentale au Québec, 30, 1, 7-13.
  • CARON, J., GUAY, S., 2005b, Soutien social et santé mentale : concept, mesures, recherches récentes et implications pour les cliniciens, Santé mentale au Québec, 30, 2, 15-41.
  • CARROLL, K. M., ROUNSAVILLE, B. J., GAWIN, F. H., 1991, A comparative trial of psychotherapies for ambulatory cocaine abusers : relapse prevention and interpersonal psychotherapy, American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 17, 3, 229-247.
  • CLOUGHERTY, K. F., VERDELLI, H., MUFSON, L. A., YOUNG, J. F., 2006, Inter­personal psychotherapy : effectiveness trials in Uganda and New York City, Psychiatric Annals, 36, 8, 566-572.
  • CYRANOWSKI, J. M., FRANK, E., SHEAR, M. K., SWARTZ, H., FAGIOLINI, A., SCOTT, J., KUPFER, D. J., 2005, Interpersonal psychotherapy for depres­sion with panic spectrum symptoms : a pilot study, Depression and Anxiety, 21, 3, 140-142.
  • DANIEL, S. I., 2006, Adult attachment patterns and individual psychotherapy : a review, Clinical and Psychological Review, 26, 8, 968-984.
  • DONNELLY, J. M., KORNBLITH, A. B., FLEISHMAN, S., ZUCKERMAN, E., RAPTIS, G., HUDIS, C.A., HAMILTON, N., PAYNE, D., MASSIE, M. J., NORTON, L., HOLLAND, J. C., 2000, A pilot study of interpersonal psychotherapy by telephone with cancer patients and their partners, Psychooncology, 9, 1, 44-56.
  • EAGLE, M. N., 2006, Attachment, psychotherapy and assessment : a commen­tary, Journal of Consultation and Clinical Psychology, 74, 6, 1086-1097.
  • ELKIN, I., SHEA, M. T., WATKINS, J. T., IMBER, S. D., SOTSKY, S. M., COLLINS, J. F., GLASS, D. R., PILKONIS, P. A., LEBER, W. R., DOCHERTY, J. P., 1989, National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program, General Effectiveness of Treatments, Archives of General Psychiatry, 46, 11, 971-982.
  • FAIRBURN, C. G., JONES, R., PEVELER, R. C., HOPE, R. A., O’CONNOR, M., 1993, Psychotherapy and bulimia nervosa. Longer-term effects of interpersonal psychotherapy, behavior therapy, and cognitive behavior therapy, Archives of General Psychiatry, 50, 6, 419-428.
  • FRANK, E., KUPFER, D. J., PEREL, J. M., CORNES, C., JARRETT, D. B., MALLINGER, A. G., THASE, M. E., MCEACHRAN, A. B., GROCHOCINSKI, V. J., 1990, Three-year outcomes for maintenance therapies in recurrent depression, Archives of General Psychiatry, 47, 12, 1093-1099.
  • FRANK, E., 2005, Treating Bipolar Disorder : A Clinician’s Guide to Inter­personal and Social Rhythm Therapy, Guilford Press, New York.
  • FRANK, E., KUPFER, D. J., THASE, M. E., MALLINGER, A. G., SWARTZ, H. A., FAGIOLINI, A. M., GROCHOCINSKI, V., HOUCK, P., SCOTT, J., THOMPSON, W., MONK, T., 2005, Two-year outcomes for interpersonal and social rhythm therapy in individuals with bipolar I disorder, Archives of General Psychiatry, 62, 9, 996-1004.
  • GROTE, N. K., BLEDSOE, S. E., SWARTZ, H. A., FRANK, E., 2004, Culturally relevant psychotherapy for perinatal depression in low-income ob/gyn patients, Clinical Social Work Journal, 32, 3, 327-347.
  • JOYCE, A. S., WOLFAARDT, U., SRIBNEY, C., AYLWIN, A. S., 2006, Psychotherapy research at the start of the 21st century : the persistence of the art versus science controversy, Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 51, 13, 797-809.
  • KIESLER, D. J., WATKINS, L. M. 1989, Interpersonal complimentarity and the therapeutic alliance : a study of the relationship in psychotherapy, Psychotherapy, 26, 2, 183-194.
  • LESPERANCE, F., FRASURE-SMITH, N., KOSZYCKI, D., LALIBERTE, M. A., VAN ZYL, L. T., BAKER, B., SWENSON, J. R., GHATAVI, K., ABRAMSON, B. L., DORIAN, P., GUERTIN, M. C., 2007, Effects of citalopram and interper­sonal psychotherapy on depression in patients with coronary artery disease : the Canadian Cardiac Randomized Evaluation of Antidepressant and Psychotherapy Efficacy (CREATE) trial, Jama, 297, 4, 367-379.
  • LIPSITZ, J. D., GUR, M., MILLER, N. L., FORAND, N., VERMES, D., FYER, A. J., 2006, An open pilot study of interpersonal psychotherapy for panic disorder (IPT-PD), Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders, 194, 6, 440-445.
  • LIPSITZ, J. D., MARKOWITZ, J. C., CHERRY, S., FYER, A. J., 1999, Open trial of interpersonal psychotherapy for the treatment of social phobia, American Journal of Psychiatry, 156, 11, 1814-1816.
  • LUTY, S. E., CARTER, J. D., MCKENZIE, J. M., RAE, A. M., FRAMPTON, C. M., MULDER, R. T., JOYCE, P. R., 2007, Randomised controlled trial of inter­personal psychotherapy and cognitive-behavioural therapy for depres­sion, British Journal of Psychiatry, 190, 496-502.
  • MACKENZIE, K. R., GRABOVAC, A. D., 2001, Interpersonal psychotherapy group (IPT-G) for depression, Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, 10, 1, 46-51.
  • MARKOWITZ, J. C., 1998, Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Dysthymic Disorder, American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC.
  • MARKOWITZ, J. C., KOCSIS, J. H., FISHMAN, B., SPIELMAN, L. A., JACOBSBERG, L. B., FRANCES, A. J., KLERMAN, G. L., PERRY, S. W., 1998, Treatment of depressive symptoms in human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients, Archives of General Psychiatry, 55, 5, 452-457.
  • MARKOWITZ, J. C., KOCSIS, J. H., BLEIBERG, K. L., CHRISTOS, P. J., SACKS, M., 2005, A comparative trial of psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy for “pure” dysthymic patients, Journal of Affective Disorders, 89, 1-3, 167-175.
  • MARKOWITZ, J. C., BLEIBERG, K. L., CHRISTOS, P., LEVITAN, E., 2006, Solving inter­personal problems correlates with symptom improvement in interpersonal psychotherapy, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders, 194, 1, 15-20.
  • MARKOWITZ, J. C., 2006, Adaptations of interpersonal psychotherapy, Psy­chiatric Annals, 36, 8, 559-564.
  • MARKOWITZ, J. C., SKODOL, A. E., BLEIBERG, K., 2006, Interpersonal psycho­therapy for borderline personality disorder : possible mechanisms of change, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 62, 4, 431-444.
  • MCBRIDE, C., ATKINSON, L., QUILTY, L. C., BAGBY, R. M., 2006, Attachment as moderator of treatment outcome in major depression : a randomized control trial of interpersonal psychotherapy versus cognitive behavior therapy, Journal of Consultation and Clinical Psychology, 74, 6, 1041-1054.
  • MCINTOSH, V. V., JORDAN, J., CARTER, F. A., LUTY, S. E., MCKENZIE, J. M., BULIK, C. M., FRAMPTON, C. M., JOYCE, P. R., 2005, Three psycho­therapies for anorexia nervosa : a randomized, controlled trial, American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, 4, 741-747.
  • MILLER, L., WEISSMAN, M., 2002, Interpersonal psychotherapy delivered over the telephone to recurrent depressives. A pilot study, Depression and Anxiety, 16, 3, 114-117.
  • MUFSON, L., WEISSMAN, M. M., MOREAU, D., GARFINKEL, R., 1999, Efficacy of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents, Archives of General Psychiatry, 56, 6, 573-579.
  • MUFSON, L., DORTA, K. P., WICKRAMARATNE, P., NOMURA, Y., OLFSON, M., WEISSMAN, M. M., 2004, A randomized effectiveness trial of interper­sonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents, Archives of General Psychiatry, 61, 6, 577-584.
  • MUFSON, L., GALLAGHER, T., DORTA, K. P., YOUNG, J. F., 2004, A group adaptation of Interpersonal Psychotherapy for depressed adolescents, American Journal of Psychotherapy, 58, 2, 220-237.
  • MUFSON, L., DORTA, K. P., MOREAU, D., M., W. M., 2004, Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents (2nd ed.), Guilford Press, New York.
  • NEUGEBAUER, R., KLINE, J., MARKOWITZ, J. C., BLEIBERG, K. L., BAXI, L., ROSING, M. A., LEVIN, B., KEITH, J., 2006, Pilot randomized controlled trial of interpersonal counseling for subsyndromal depression following miscarriage, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 67, 8, 1299-1304.
  • O’HARA, M. W., STUART, S., GORMAN, L. L., WENZEL, A., 2000, Efficacy of inter­per­sonal psychotherapy for postpartum depression, Archives of General Psychiatry, 57, 11, 1039-1045.
  • PARKER, G., PARKER, I., BROTCHIE, H., STUART, S., 2006, Interpersonal psycho­therapy for depression ? The need to define its ecological niche, Journal of Affective Disorders, 95, 1-3, 1-11.
  • REAY, R., FISHER, Y., ROBERTSON, M., ADAMS, E., OWEN, C., KUMAR, R., 2006, Group interpersonal psychotherapy for postnatal depression : a pilot study, Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 9, 1, 31-39.
  • REAY, R., MULCAHY, R., 2006, Group interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT-G) for postnatal depression : a randomised controlled trial, présentation, Second International Conference on Interpersonal Psychotherapy : Extending the Reach of IPT, november 14th, Toronto.
  • REYNOLDS, C. F., FRANK, E., PEREL, J. M., IMBER, S. D., CORNES, C., MILLER, M. D., MAZUMDAR, S., HOUCK, P. R., DEW, M. A., STACK, J. A., POLLOCK, B. G., KUPFER, D. J., 1999, Nortriptyline and interpersonal psychotherapy as maintenance therapies for recurrent major depression : a randomized controlled trial in patients older than 59 years, Jama, 281, 1, 39-45.
  • ROBERTSON, M., RUSHTON, P. J., BARTRUM, D., RAY, R., 2004, Group-based interpersonal psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder : theoretical and clinical aspects, International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 54, 2, 145-175.
  • ROSSELLO, J., BERNAL, G., 1999, The efficacy of cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal treatments for depression in Puerto Rican adolescents, Journal of Consultation and Clinical Psychology, 67, 5, 734-745.
  • ROUNSAVILLE, B. J., GLAZER, W., WILBER, C. H., WEISSMAN, M. M., KLEBER, H. D., 1983, Short-term interpersonal psychotherapy in methadone-maintained opiate addicts, Archives of General Psychiatry, 40, 6, 629-636.
  • SCHRAMM, E., VAN CALKER, D., BERGER, M., 2004, Efficacy and therapeutic factors of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed inpatients – results of a pilot study, Psychosomatic Medicine, Psychotherapy and Medical Psychology, 54, 2, 65-72.
  • SCHULBERG, H. C., BLOCK, M. R., MADONIA, M. J., SCOTT, C. P., RODRIGUEZ, E., IMBER, S. D., PEREL, J., LAVE, J., HOUCK, P. R., COULEHAN, J. L., 1996, Treating major depression in primary care practice, Eight-month clinical outcomes, Archives of General Psychiatry, 53, 10, 913-919.
  • SCOCCO, P., DE LEO, D., FRANK, E., 2002, Is interpersonal psychotherapy in group format a therapeutic option in late-life depression ? Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 9, 68-75.
  • SHAHAR, G., BLATT, S. J., ZUROFF, D. C., PILKONIS, P. A., 2003, Role of per­fectionism and personality disorder features in response to brief treatment for depression, Journal of Consultation and Clinical Psychology, 71, 3, 629-633.
  • SOTSKY, S. M., GLASS, D. R., SHEA, M. T., PILKONIS, P. A., COLLINS, J. F., ELKIN, I., WATKINS, J. T., IMBER, S. D., LEBER, W. R., MOYER, J., 1991, Patient predictors of response to psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy : findings in the NIMH Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program, American Journal of Psychiatry, 148, 8, 997-1008.
  • STUART, S., ROBERTSON, M., 2003, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, A Clinician’s Guide, Arnold, London. STUART, S., NOYES JR., R., 2005, Treating hypochondriasis with interpersonal psychotherapy, Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 35, 3, 269-283.
  • STUART, S., ROBERTSON, M., O’HARA, M. W., 2006, The future of interpersonal psychotherapy, Psychiatric Annals, 36, 8, 578-588.
  • SWARTZ, H. A., FRANK, E., SHEAR, M. K., THASE, M. E., FLEMING, M. A., SCOTT, J., 2004, A pilot study of brief interpersonal psychotherapy for depression among women, Psychiatric Services, 55, 4, 448-450.
  • VERDELI, H., CLOUGHERTY, K., BOLTON, P., SPEELMAN, L., LINCOLN, N., BASS, J., NEUGEBAUER, R., WEISSMAN, M. M., 2003, Adapting group inter­personal psychotherapy for a developing country : experience in rural Uganda, World Psychiatry, 2, 2, 114-120.
  • WAMPOLD, B. E., MINAMI, T., TIERNEY, S. C., BASKIN, T. W., BHATI, K. S., 2005, The placebo is powerful : estimating placebo effects in medicine and psychotherapy from randomized clinical trials, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 61, 7, 835-854.
  • WEISSMAN, M. M., MARKOWITZ, J. C., KLERMAN, G. L., 2000, Comprehensive Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Basic Books, New York.
  • WEISSMAN, M. M., 2007, Cognitive therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy : 30 years later, American Journal of Psychiatry, 164, 5, 693-696.
  • WILFLEY, D. E., AGRAS, W. S., TELCH, C. F., ROSSITER, E. M., SCHNEIDER, J. A., COLE, A. G., SIFFORD, L. A., RAEBURN, S. D., 1993, Group cognitive-behavioral therapy and group interpersonal psychotherapy for the nonpurging bulimic individual : a controlled comparison, Journal of Consultation and Clinical Psychology, 61, 2, 296-305.
  • WILFLEY, D. E., FRANK, M. A., WELCH, R., SPURRELL, E. B., ROUNSAVILLE, B. J., 1998, Adapting interpersonal psychotherapy to a group format (G-IPT) for binge eating disorder : toward a model for adapting empirically supported treatments, Psychotherapy Research, 8, 4, 379-391.
  • WILFLEY, D. E., ROY MACKENZIE, K., ROBINSON WELCH, R., AYRES, V. E., WEISSMAN, M. M., 2000, Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Group, 1st ed., Basic Books, New York.
  • WILFLEY, D. E., WELCH, R. R., STEIN, R. I., SPURRELL, E. B., COHEN, L. R., SAELENS, B. E., DOUNCHIS, J. Z., FRANK, M. A., WISEMAN, C. V., MATT, G. E., 2002, A randomized comparison of group cognitive-behavioral therapy and group interpersonal psychotherapy for the treatment of overweight individuals with binge-eating disorder, Archives of General Psychiatry, 59, 8, 713-721.
  • YOUNG, J. F., MUFSON, L., DAVIES, M., 2006, Impact of comorbid anxiety in an effectiveness study of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents, Journal of American and Academic Child Adolescent Psychiatry, 45, 8, 904-912.
  • ZUROFF, D. C., BLATT, S. J., SOTSKY, S. M., KRUPNICK, J. L., MARTIN, D. J., SANISLOW, C.A., 3RD, SIMMENS, S., 2000, Relation of therapeutic alliance and perfectionism to outcome in brief outpatient treatment of depression, Journal of Consultation and Clinical Psychology, 68, 1, 114-124.
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