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CBT for those at risk of a First Episode Psychosis.

Author: Mark Van der Gaag; Dorien Nieman; David Van den Berg
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013.
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Can severe mental illness be prevented by early intervention?Mental illness is highly prevalent in the general population and has its onset mostly in adolescence and young adulthood. Early intervention usually leads to improved prognosis. This book describes a newly developed, evidence based cognitive behavioural intervention that can be used by clinicians to treat the precursor symptoms of psychosis and other  Read more...
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Van der Gaag, Mark.
CBT for those at risk of a First Episode Psychosis: Evidence-based Psychotherapy for Those with an 'At Risk Mental State'.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Van der Gaag; Dorien Nieman; David Van den Berg
ISBN: 9781135052706 1135052700
OCLC Number: 854976359
Notes: Normalising information and alternative explanations.
Description: 1 online resource (236 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of illustrations; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction; PART I Theory and evidence; 1 What is an At Risk Mental State?; What is the incidence of psychosis in ARMS?; Prevalence and incidence of psychotic-like experiences; Closing-in strategy; What is the risk of psychosis in help-seeking ARMS subjects?; Ethical issues; 2 How to identify ARMS subjects?; Importance of identifying ARMS subjects; Instruments; Procedure; Conclusion; CAARMS case examples; Ibrahim; Ben; Agnes; 3 What are extraordinary experiences? Several kinds of extraordinary experiencesSensory experiences; Distorted self-experiences; Ideas of reference; Speech and motor derailment; 4 Which cognitive biases are associated with ARMS?; Perceptual bias; Selective attention for threat (seeing danger anywhere); Memory biases; Source monitoring and hallucinations (remembering thoughts and phrases as originating from others); Hindsight bias (I knew it all along); Attribution bias; Self-serving bias and personalisation bias (blaming others for failure); Covariation bias (overestimation of causality and underestimation of chance). Reasoning biasesJumping to conclusions/data-gathering bias (hasty conclusions); Negative expectation bias (pessimism); Dogmatism/belief inflexibility bias (I know I am right, I need no proof); Emotional reasoning (because if I feel anxious, there must be danger); Confirmation bias (bias against disconfirmatory evidence); Behavioural bias; Avoidance behaviour (evading threat); 5 The nature of cognitive biases; Are some cognitive biases endophenotypes?; Transdiagnostic biases; Dopamine sensitisation, cognitive biases and extraordinary experiences; Are cognitive biases open to change? Cognitive bias modification in anxiety and mood disordersCognitive biases, anxiety, depression and subclinical psychotic symptoms; Effects of metacognitive training in psychosis; 6 Evidence for preventing or postponing a first episode psychosis; Introduction; Goals of early detection; Evidence for early intervention; The Dutch Early Detection and Intervention Evaluation trial (EDIE-NL); Participants; Interventions; Results; Evidence for the protocol; PART II Practice of CBT for ultra-high risk; 7 A manual for coping with extraordinary and remarkable experiences; Rationale of the treatment. THE MANUAL: 'COPING WITH EXTRAORDINARY AND REMARKABLE EXPERIENCES'(1) Introduction and (2) Pre-assessment (one session); (3) Psycho-education and normalising (one session); (4) CBT assessment and metacognitive training (six sessions); (5) Case formulation and goal setting (one session); (6) Cognitive behavioural intervention (6 to 12 sessions); (7) Post-assessment (one session); (8) Consolidation (one session); (9) Booster sessions (for instance, four sessions); 8 Typical vignettes of treatment cases; When suspicion starts to impede functioning; Introduction and assessment.

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Can severe mental illness be prevented by early intervention?Mental illness is highly prevalent in the general population and has its onset mostly in adolescence and young adulthood. Early intervention usually leads to improved prognosis. This book describes a newly developed, evidence based cognitive behavioural intervention that can be used by clinicians to treat the precursor symptoms of psychosis and other severe mental illness. CBT for those at risk of a First Episode Psychosis offers a detailed new psychotherapy that has been shown to reduce the chance of transition to.

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