Interpersonal Therapy for Adults
Interpersonal psychotherapy was initially developed to treat depression and is effective in reducing depressive features. It helps one to understand the relationship between their symptoms and interpersonal difficulties. This form of treatment requires the person to explore relationships. It also involves communication, expression of feelings and engagement with current interpersonal network. As a natural consequence of this the person will also have better social function. Often this mode oftreatment is also used in eating disorders.