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Korean Journal of Schizophrenia Research 2010;13(1):15-19.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis: A Review of Evidence and Practice
Gareth O’Leary, MRCPsych1 and David Kingdon, MD, FRCPsych2
Abstract
Cognitive behaviour therapy has been developed over the past two decades and is now recommended by most clinical guidelines for schizophrenia internationally. Meta-analyses and randomised controlled trials have demonstrated its effectiveness in early and treatment-resistant schizophrenia, and other specific indications, e.g. co-morbid substance misuse, aggressive behaviour, command hallucinations. Treatment is based on engaging the patient in a therapeutic relationship, developing an agreed formulation and then the use of a range of techniques for hallucinations, delusions and negative symptoms. A series of studies are on-going which will provide more information about effective ways of working. (Korean J Schizophr Res 2010;13:15-19)
Key Words: Cognitive therapy,Psychosis,Schizophrenia,Psychotherapy.
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