Part I: Cognitive Models of Psychosis and their Assessment. Introduction. Auditory Hallucinations. Cognitive Models for Delusions. Assessment in Psychosis. Part II: Treating Psychotic Symptoms Using CBT. The Therapeutic Alliance in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis. Normalisation. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Early Intervention. Command Hallucinations: Theory and Psychological Interventions. Cognitive Characterization and Therapy of Negative Symptoms and Formal Thought Disorder. Staying Well After Psychosis. Implementing Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis: Issues and Solutions. Part III: CBT and Co-morbid Problems. The Treatment of Substance Misuse in People with Serious Mental Disorders. Treating Trauma in People with First Episode Psychosis Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Integrating the Family in the Treatment of Psychotic Disorders. Psychological Interventions to Improve Work Outcomes for People with Psychiatric Disabilities. Part IV: CBT and Bipolar Disorders. The Psychology of Bipolar Disorders. Cognitive Theory and Therapy of Bipolar Disorder.
Roger Hagen, PhD, PsyD, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway Douglas Turkington, MD, Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry, Newcastle University, UK Torkil Berge, PsyD, Psychologist, Vinderen Community Mental Health Centre, Diakonhjemmet sykehus, Oslo, Norway Rolf W Grawe, PhD, PsyD, Head of R & D Unit, Drug and Alcohol Treatment, Norway
"This exceptional book contains state of the art theory, research, and therapeutics of CBT for psychosis. Clinicians and researchers interested in developing an up-to-date understanding of CBT for schizophrenia will find it indispensable." - Aaron T. Beck, University Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, USA "This book provides an excellent overview of current developments in the field of CBT for psychosis, with innovative contributions from numerous international experts. It will be of value to both clinicians and researchers and will promote the psychological understanding and treatment of psychosis" - Tony Morrison, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Manchester, UK