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1. Introduction, Background, and Rationale 2. Personal Therapy and Evidence-Based Practice 3. Essential Prerequisites for Personal Therapy 4. The Basic Phase 5. The Intermediate Phase 6. The Advanced Phase 7. Toward a Psychosocial Treatment Algorithm Appendices: A. A Statistical Primer for Clinicians B. The Process Rating Scale
Gerard E. Hogarty, MSW, is Professor of Psychiatry in the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He has been active in schizophrenia treatment research and clinical practice since early in his career. His current National Institute of Mental Health funded research program centers on the study of disorder-relevant, individual psychosocial treatments for schizophrenia, including a novel cognitive rehabilitation approach. Professor Hogarty has authored numerous articles, book chapters, and books, and has lectured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. He is an elected member of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology and a fellow of the Association for Clinical Psychosocial Research, and has served as advisor or consultant to numerous agencies. His contributions to research and practice have been recognized with numerous awards, including, most recently, the Paul Hoch Award for lifetime achievements from the American Psychopathological Association.
'Spanning four decades, Gerard Hogarty's research into the treatment of schizophrenia and related disorders has been remarkable both for its scientific elegance and its practical utility. This volume puts it all together for practitioners, providing a readable, comprehensive, evidence-based model to guide clinical work. The book makes complex methodological material (as well as medication information) understandable to readers with varying levels of expertise, without talking down to them. Reading this book is like being in the presence of a wise, savvy, and experienced practitioner, not an ivory tower researcher. What a rarity when the author is the field's most esteemed clinical researcher! An invaluable guide for practitioners, this book is also a landmark text for social work courses on mental health. It offers perhaps the best illustration to date of the importance of evidence-based practice, and what it looks like in action.' - Allen Rubin, PhD, University of Texas at Austin 'This book presents the first empirically based, research established protocol for providing individual psychotherapy for schizophrenia. It provides remarkably valuable clinical tools. Theoretically grounded, the book describes a sequence of graded interventions geared to the patient's stage of recovery. Further, the therapeutic techniques are sufficiently flexible to accommodate the varying needs, deficits, and preferences of patients with this infinitely complex and heterogeneous disorder. This is an excellent text that will be immediately useful to large numbers of clinicians.' - Wayne S. Fenton, MD 'A landmark contribution. Developed out of years of experience in the treatment of schizophrenia, as well as painstaking psychosocial intervention research, personal therapy is an integrated approach to helping people learn how to manage their mental illness and re-enter the community. This practical guide provides clinicians with the knowledge they need to engage clients with schizophrenia, identify individual goals critical to the mastery of their illness, and track progress towards these goals. It belongs on the shelf of every clinician involved in providing psychological treatment for schizophrenia.' - Kim T. Mueser, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School