Despite the steady acceptance of psychological interventions for people with psychosis in routine practice many people continue to experience problems in their recovery. The need to develop new approaches, particularly for those who are more difficult to engage and have significant co-morbidities is therefore important. Innovations in Psychosocial Interventions for Psychosis positions psychological formulation as a key organising principle for the delivery of care within multidisciplinary teams. The interventions described all have the common theme of supporting recovery and achieving goals that are of primary importance to the service user which targets interventions on broader obstacles to recovery. Along with their experienced contributors, Alan Meaden and Andrew Fox introduce new developments in psychological interventions for people affected by psychosis who are hard to reach, working in a variety of settings with people at various stages of recovery. The book is divided into three parts. In part one bri
Taylor & Francis Ltd
March 26, 2015
About the author
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 Foundation NHS Foundation Trust.
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