Clinical process examples of cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis.

Title

Clinical process examples of cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis.

Creator

Sivec Harry J; Montesano Vicki L

Publisher

Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.)

Date

2013
2013-09

Description

Interest in the practice of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for persistent psychotic symptoms (CBT-p) has increased dramatically in the last decade. Despite the widespread interest, it remains challenging to obtain adequate training in this approach in the United States. This article provides a few hypothetical examples of the types of interventions commonly used in CBT-p. We provide information about the theoretical basis for the techniques and related research support. We also provide references that offer more detailed discussion of the theory and application of the techniques.

Subject

*Psychotherapeutic Processes; Adult; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/*methods; Cognitive Therapy – Methods; Cooperative Behavior; Culture; Defense Mechanisms; Delusions – Psychosocial Factors; Delusions – Therapy; Delusions/psychology/therapy; Female; Hallucinations – Psychosocial Factors; Hallucinations – Therapy; Hallucinations/psychology/therapy; Humans; Internal-External Control; Locus of Control; Male; Middle Age; Middle Aged; Models; Paranoid Disorders – Psychosocial Factors; Paranoid Disorders – Therapy; Paranoid Disorders/psychology/therapy; Psychological; Psychology; Psychotherapeutic Processes; Psychotic Disorders – Psychosocial Factors; Psychotic Disorders – Therapy; Psychotic Disorders/psychology/*therapy; Schizophrenia – Therapy; Schizophrenia/therapy; Schizophrenic Psychology

Identifier

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

458–463

Issue

3

Volume

50

Citation

Sivec Harry J; Montesano Vicki L, “Clinical process examples of cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed March 5, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/3974.

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