Why Is Psychotherapy More Successful With Some People Experiencing Psychosis Than With Others? Clinical Perspectives

Abstract

Psychotherapists may share our work more easily when we believe our psychotherapy with a person experiencing psychosis has been helpful to them. It is may be more difficult to describe treatments in which 1) the therapist was... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Michael Garrett (SUNY Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn NY)

Topic Areas

Therapeutic relationships , Individual cognitive behavioural therapies and related approaches , Individual psychodynamic therapies

Session

THPM2 WPT » Workshop: Psychological Therapy (17:05 - Thursday, 31st August, CT Hub, G-Flex Room)

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