Klaus Lieberz, Lucie Adamek and Bertram Krumm (Eds.)
Expeditionen in einem dunklen Kontinent
The book deals with the still unresolved questions of therapist selection, psychosomatic-psychotherapeutic/psychiatric diagnostics, indication and differential indication with regard to various psychotherapeutic procedures, assessment of disease severity and prognostic prospects under the naturalistic conditions of psychotherapeutic practice within the framework of guideline psychotherapy. The book particularly touches the interests of medical and psychological psychotherapists. The linkage of psychotherapeutic practice and research involves the question of the nature and extent of quality assurance in this field.
Media coverageJürgen Golombek, in: Deutsches Ärzteblatt PP 4/2022, S.187.
Lieberz, Klaus, born 1946, Univ.-Prof. Dr. med., specialist for psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy, specialist for neurology and psychiatry, psychoanalyst; from 1990 to 2009 professorship for psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy at the Psychosomatic Clinic of the Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit (Central Institute for Mental Health) Mannheim, Medical Faculty Mannheim of the University of Heidelberg. Authorized to provide further training at the Kompetenzzentrums für Psychosomatische Medizin Mannheim e. V. (Competence Center for Psychosomatic Medicine Mannheim e. V.). Reviewer and chief reviewer for the KBV within the framework of guideline psychotherapy. Scientific focus: Epidemiology and health services research.
Adamek, Lucie, born 1987, social pedagogy (Hochschule Mannheim – Mannheim University of Applied Sciences) and art student (Kunstakademie Mannheim – Mannheim Art Academy), focus on clinical social work and art therapy, art lecturer for young people (Kunstverein Ludwigshafen – Ludwigshafen Art Association).
Krumm, Bertram, born 1948, studied mathematics and physics at the University of Mainz. 1977 doctorate in mathematics on stochastic differential equations. Since 1976 statistician and data analyst in the Department of Biostatistics of the Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit (Central Institute of Mental Health) Mannheim. Numerous journal publications and contribution to books on topics in adult psychiatry (especially schizophrenia research), psychosomatic medicine, and child psychiatry and neuroradiology. Contributor to the Mannheimer Kohortenstudie (Mannheim Cohort Study – MKS) and the book Seelische Gesundheit im Langzeitverlauf – Die Mannheimer Kohortenstudie. Ein 25-Jahres-Follow-up (“Mental Health in the Long-Term Course – The Mannheim Cohort Study. A 25-year follow-up”). Supervision of numerous PhD.theses in the field of psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine and psychotherapy.