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However, she would prefer not to take medication and requests a talking therapy. Questions • What psychological therapy would you prescribe her? • How would you explain the role of psychodynamic therapy in her case? 27 ANSWER 11 This woman is presenting with low mood, tiredness, ideas of hopelessness, guilt and worthlessness with sleep disturbance of more than 2 years duration. This is superimposed on longstanding traits of pessimism and low self-esteem. She may be suffering from a moderate depressive episode although underlying dysthymia characterized by at least 2 years of low-grade depressive mood also needs to be considered.
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