Meaden, Fox, The Need for Innovation When Providing Services for the Difficult to Engage. Part I: Innovations in Engagement and Brief Therapies. van Rensburg, The Adapted Open Dialogue Approach. Barker, Using Pre-therapy in Forensic Settings. Gillespie, Adapting Relapse Prevention Strategies for use with Difficult to Engage Populations. Allen, Brief Interventions and Single Sessions as Stages in a Change Process for People with Psychosis. Part Two: Innovations in Interventions for Individuals. Bernard, Jackson, Birchwood, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Emotional Dysfunction Following Psychosis: The role of emotional (dys)regulation. Mayhew, Compassionate Focused Therapy for People Experiencing Psychosis. Amphlett, An Existential Approach to Therapy: Core Values and Therapeutic Principles. Fox, Harrop, Enhancing Social Participation and Recovery Through a Cognitive Developmental Approach. Hewson, Telling Stories and Re-authoring Lives: A Narrative Approach to Individuals with Psychosis. Part Three: Innovations in Group and Whole Team Interventions. Bennett, Pearson, Group Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy for Paranoia. Meaden, Fox, Hacker, Team-Based Cognitive Therapy for Distress and Problematic. Meaden, Fox, Hacker, Behaviour Associated with Positive Symptoms. Meaden, Hewson, Long-term Supportive Psychotherapy as a Team-Based Therapy. Fox, Meaden, Team-Based Cognitive Therapy for Problematic Behaviour Associated with Negative Symptoms. Fox, Meaden, Concluding Remarks.
Alan Meaden is a consultant clinical psychologist at the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and is the lead for the trust's Assertive Outreach and Non-Acute Inpatient Services. Andrew Fox is a senior clinical psychologist at Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.
"This book is a perfect example of 'practice-based evidence': experienced clinicians sharing their hard-won expertise with difficult to engage service-users. The approaches described are built upon evidenced-based psychological therapies, and anchored to the same values, but adapted and improvised according to the reality of clinical diversity and the variety of contexts in which people with psychosis are seen. This is the 'go-to' book for when the going gets tough." - Dr Emmanuelle Peters, Reader in Clinical Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience PICuP Clinic Director (Psychological Interventions Clinic for outpatients with Psychosis), South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust