I missed the note in the article In the field of outpatient care, over 70% of the psychotherapy of children and adolescents is provided by other methods such as depth psychology and analytical psychotherapy, and not by behavior therapy alone. I would have considered this to be scientifically sound, especially since psychoanalysis has been dealing with the theory and treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder for century. Currently it should be mentioned that in the field of psychodynamic forms of treatment there has also been draft discussion for psychoanalytic guideline since 2007 (Journal for “Analytical Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy”, issue 134, 2/2007).
DOI: 10.3238 / arztebl.2011.0741a
Markus B. Heintzeler Villingen-Schwenningen
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