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Psychosis

2013 - 2017

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Volume 9, issue 3, 2017

Hearing Voices Network groups: experiences of eight voice hearers and the connection to group processes and recovery pp. 205-215 Downloads
Tom Payne, Jo Allen and Tony Lavender
Individual psychodynamic therapy for psychosis: a Delphi study pp. 216-224 Downloads
Swapna Kongara, Chris Douglas, Brian Martindale and Alison Summers
How stigma gets under the skin: the role of stigma, self-stigma and self-esteem in subjective recovery from psychosis pp. 235-244 Downloads
Victoria Vass, Katarzyna Sitko, Sophie West and Richard P. Bentall
Bio-genetic vs. psycho-environmental conceptions of schizophrenia and their role in perceiving patients in human terms pp. 245-253 Downloads
Giulia Pavon and Jeroen Vaes
Do specific metacognitive training modules lead to specific cognitive changes among patients diagnosed with schizophrenia? A single module effectiveness pilot study pp. 254-259 Downloads
Joachim Kowalski, Daniel Pankowski, Michał Lew-Starowicz and Šukasz Gawęda
Trouble at school: a systematic review to explore the association between childhood bullying and paranoid thinking pp. 260-270 Downloads
Alexander H. Jack and Vincent Egan
A manualised treatment protocol to guide delivery of evidence-based cognitive therapy for people with distressing psychosis: learning from clinical trials pp. 271-281 Downloads
Anthony P. Morrison
Evaluating childhood and adulthood victimization as predictors of psychotic disorders: findings from a nationwide study of women in jail pp. 282-285 Downloads
Christopher R. DeCou, Shannon M. Lynch, Dana D. DeHart and Joanne Belknap
When we lose hope: experiences from Hearing Voices groups pp. 286-289 Downloads
Akiko Hart

Volume 9, issue 2, 2017

What predicts stigmatisation about schizophrenia? Results from a general population survey examining its underlying cognitive, affective and behavioural factors pp. 99-109 Downloads
Bénédicte Thonon and Frank Larøi
Internalised stereotypes across ultra-high risk of psychosis and psychosis populations pp. 110-118 Downloads
Melissa Pyle and Anthony P. Morrison
Clinician perceptions of sleep problems, and their treatment, in patients with non-affective psychosis pp. 129-139 Downloads
Aliyah Rehman, Felicity Waite, Bryony Sheaves, Stephany Biello, Daniel Freeman and Andrew Gumley
Developing a group-analytic culture in a day project for psychotic patients pp. 149-156 Downloads
Maria Canete and Arturo Ezquerro
The importance of human relationships, ethics and recovery-orientated values in the delivery of CBT for people with psychosis pp. 157-166 Downloads
Alison Brabban, Rory Byrne, Eleanor Longden and Anthony P. Morrison
A psychotherapy approach to treating hostile voices pp. 167-175 Downloads
Dolores Mosquera and Colin Ross
Rumination and psychosis: an experimental, analogue study of the role of perseverative thought processes in voice-hearing pp. 184-186 Downloads
Samantha Hartley, Sandra Bucci and Anthony P. Morrison
Bad me? Learning from, and living with, toxicity pp. 187-190 Downloads
Rachel Waddingham
Psychiatric diagnosis revisited – from DSM to clinical case formulation pp. 191-192 Downloads
Jim van Os

Volume 9, issue 1, 2017

Coping with psychotic-like experiences without receiving help from mental health care. A qualitative study pp. 1-11 Downloads
Jenny Boumans, Ingrid Baart, Guy Widdershoven and Hans Kroon
Qualitative evaluation of a cognitive behaviour therapy Hearing Voices Group with a service user co-facilitator pp. 25-37 Downloads
Anna Ruddle
A qualitative analysis of the experiences of people with psychosis of a novel cognitive behavioural therapy targeting suicidality pp. 38-47 Downloads
Yvonne F. Awenat, Emma Shaw-Núñez, James Kelly, Heather Law, Sehar Ahmed, Mary Welford, Nicholas Tarrier and Patricia A. Gooding
Do peer-support groups for voice-hearers work? A small scale study of Hearing Voices Network support groups in Australia pp. 57-66 Downloads
Vanessa Beavan, Adele de Jager and Bianca dos Santos
The perspectives of people with psychosis about participating in trauma-related research pp. 82-85 Downloads
Twylla Cunningham, Ciaran Shannon, Ivor Crothers, Katrina Hoy, Carly Fitzsimmons, Riona McCann, John O’Hare and Ciaran Mulholland
Unmet psychological needs in patients with schizophrenia pp. 86-89 Downloads
Stefan Westermann, Steffen Moritz, Franz Caspar and Marialuisa Cavelti
What stays unsaid in therapeutic relationships pp. 90-94 Downloads
Dolly Sen
Healing traumatic memories in psychosis: a response to Sin and Spain (2016) pp. 95-96 Downloads
Amy Hardy and David van den Berg
Living recovery: youth speak out on “owning mental illness†pp. 97-97 Downloads
Corinne Henderson

Volume 8, issue 4, 2016

A user-developed, user run recovery programme for people with severe mental illness: A randomised control trial pp. 287-300 Downloads
Wilma Boevink, Hans Kroon, Maaike van Vugt, Philippe Delespaul and Jim van Os
Religion in the recovery journey of individuals with experience of psychosis pp. 346-356 Downloads
Suzanne Heffernan, Sandra Neil, Yvonne Thomas and Stephen Weatherhead
The intrasubjectivity of self, voices and delusions: A phenomenological analysis pp. 357-368 Downloads
Cherise Rosen, Nev Jones, Kayla A. Chase, Hannah Gin, Linda S. Grossman and Rajiv P. Sharma
Is delusional imperviousness a backfire effect of being disbelieved? pp. 369-371 Downloads
Kyle Arnold
Psychiatry under the influence: institutional corruption, social injury, and prescriptions for reform pp. 372-373 Downloads
Bruce M. Z. Cohen
The dark side of being a clinical psychologist with Bipolar Disorder: a response to Ho (2016) pp. 374-374 Downloads
Thomas Richardson

Volume 8, issue 3, 2016

Voices’ use of gender, race and other social categories to undermine female voice-hearers: Implications for incorporating intersectionality within CBT for psychosis pp. 203-213 Downloads
Maria Haarmans, Victoria Vass and Richard P. Bentall
Impact of the Integrated Psychological Treatment (IPT) on social cognition, social skills and functioning in persons diagnosed with schizophrenia: A feasibility study from India pp. 214-225 Downloads
Aarati Taksal, Paulomi M. Sudhir, Keshav Kumar Janakiprasad, Deepashree Viswanath and Jagadisha Thirthalli
Evaluation of a tailored training programme to improve the assessment and treatment of trauma in an Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) service pp. 226-237 Downloads
Sasha Walters, Lorna Hogg and Chris Gillmore
Examining service user experiences of a Cognitive Therapy intervention for self-stigma in psychosis pp. 238-249 Downloads
Lisa Wood, Eilish M. Burke, Rory Byrne and Anthony Morrison
Having someone waiting for you outside: Transitions from psychiatric hospitalization to the community pp. 250-259 Downloads
Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon, Goni Lerer, Rivka Tuval-Mashiach, Eyal Shamir and David Roe
Difficulties in diagnosing psychotic patients with traumatic experiences. Why don’t we hear what our patients say? pp. 260-269 Downloads
Katarzyna Prot-Klinger
A medical psychotherapist’s journey learning Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychosis pp. 277-283 Downloads
Stephen Parker
Psychosis and emotion: the role of emotions in understanding psychosis, therapy and recovery pp. 284-285 Downloads
Claire Bien

Volume 8, issue 2, 2016

Social, familial and psychological risk factors for psychosis: A birth cohort study using the Danish Registry System pp. 95-105 Downloads
Mark Shevlin, Eoin McElroy, Mogens Nygaard Christoffersen, Ask Elklit, Philip Hyland and Jamie Murphy
The Hearing Voices Movement in the United States: Findings from a national survey of group facilitators pp. 106-117 Downloads
Nev Jones, Casadi “Khaki†Marino and Marie C. Hansen
Relationship between public and private self-focused attention and auditory verbal hallucinations as an interpersonal process pp. 118-129 Downloads
S. Perona-Garcelán, J. Úbeda-Gómez, M.G. León-Palacios, S. Escudero-Pérez, M.D. Barros-Albarrán, A.M. López-Jiménez, O. Vallina-Fernández, R. Jiménez-García-Bóveda, C. Diez-Alegría, J.F. Rodríguez-Testal, M. Ruiz-Veguilla, J.M. García-Montes and M. Pérez-à lvarez
Martin Buber and evidence-based practice: Can the lion really lie down with the lamb? pp. 156-165 Downloads
Kelly D. Buck, Benjamin E. Buck, Jay A. Hamm and Paul H. Lysaker
Resist the negation reflex: Minimizing reactance in psychotherapy of delusions pp. 166-175 Downloads
Kyle Arnold and Julia Vakhrusheva
Declines in suicidal ideation in adolescents being treated in early intervention service pp. 176-179 Downloads
Niklas Granö, Santeri Kallionpää, Marjaana Karjalainen, Laura Salmijärvi, Mikko Roine and Peter Taylor
Madness May Enrich Your Life: A Self-Study of Unipolar Mood Elevation pp. 180-185 Downloads
David Y.F. Ho
Extreme exaggeration of the results of genetic research on schizophrenia pp. 186-187 Downloads
Colin A. Ross
Creativity and psychotic states in exceptional people: The work of Murray Jackson pp. 188-189 Downloads
Andrew Shepherd

Volume 8, issue 1, 2016

A qualitative study of refugees with psychotic symptoms pp. 1-11 Downloads
J.E. Rhodes, N.S. Parrett and O.J. Mason
Thematic associations between personal goals and clinical and non-clinical voices (auditory verbal hallucinations) pp. 12-22 Downloads
Filippo Varese, Sara J. Tai, Lydia Pearson and Warren Mansell
Early dynamics of recovery from psychotic spectrum disorder within a therapeutic recovery community: patterns and dynamics pp. 23-36 Downloads
Matt Snyder, Sharon Young and Lisa Schactman
Inner reading voices: An overlooked form of inner speech pp. 37-47 Downloads
Ruvanee P. Vilhauer
What does attachment theory tell us about working with distressing voices? pp. 60-71 Downloads
Katherine Berry and Sandra Bucci
Schizophrenia: A critical view on genetic effects pp. 72-84 Downloads
Roar Fosse, Jay Joseph and Mike Jones
Together we stand in the bottomless pit – When trauma hits the therapeutic dyad pp. 88-92 Downloads
Y. Spinzy and G. Cohen-Rappaport
Psychiatry Reconsidered: From Medical Treatment to Supportive Understanding, by Hugh Middleton pp. 93-94 Downloads
Alison Summers
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