David G. Kingdon MD, Douglas Turkington MD's Cognative Therapy of Schizophrenia PDF

By David G. Kingdon MD, Douglas Turkington MD

ISBN-10: 1593851049

ISBN-13: 9781593851040

Drawing at the authors' many years of influential paintings within the box, this hugely functional quantity offers an evidence-based cognitive treatment procedure for consumers with schizophrenia. directions are supplied for collaborative evaluation and case formula that let the clinician to construct a robust healing courting, determine average targets, and tailor remedy to every client's wishes. defined in thorough, step by step element are powerful suggestions for operating with delusional ideals, voices, visions, notion problems, and adverse signs; integrating cognitive remedy with other kinds of therapy; lowering relapse dangers; and adorning customer motivation. certain gains contain reproducible shopper handouts and review instruments.

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He presented at age 17 with a 2- to 3-month history of voices, described as seeming to be outside of his head. They sometimes would repeat his thoughts or tell him to do things, including kill himself. He described being made to move in response to them and that his thoughts were withdrawn and possibly broadcast. He developed ideas that he was controlled by a foreign agency and occupied by two people who were influenced in some uncertain way by electronic fields. At the time of presentation he said that he had had no heroin or LSD for 4 months and no cannabis for 2 months.

It is important to understand the impact of voices on the person and their view of them rather than assuming that they are wholly negative. This is so even where the presenting symptoms are abusive, unpleasant voices. Sometimes as voices recede, clients speak of increased loneliness and emptiness because so much of their time was previously occupied with combating them. While this would not usually be a reason for not working with the voices, it is an issue that deserves to be addressed in its own right.

Over the next few months, he met with the therapist and chatted, working on understanding the thought broadcasting and also “made actions”—deliberately diverting his eyes, which he felt were out of his control but which increased with stress. His father “backed off,” and his mother remained supportive, although occasionally she became the subject of Gordon’s verbal frustration. His brother visited occasionally and after a few months took him to a rock festival, which was a severe test of his ability to cope with the thought broadcasting, which increased even with small crowds.

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