Our Inner World: A Guide to Psychodynamics and Psychotherapy
J Clin Psychiatry 2005;66(7):955[book review]
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It is clear that in psychiatric training we cannot dispense with
teaching the resident how to practice psychotherapy. This recognition
has been codified by the Resident Review Committee in
mandating that residents demonstrate competency in 5 types of
psychotherapy. This competency expectation is predicated to
some degree on the demonstration of efficacy in such psychotherapies
as cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal psychotherapy
and more recently by a meta-analysis of treatment
efficacy of psychodynamic psychotherapy.