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(p. 351) Family intervention in psychosis: working with persecutory delusions 

(p. 351) Family intervention in psychosis: working with persecutory delusions
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(p. 351) Family intervention in psychosis: working with persecutory delusions
Author(s):

Juliana Onwumere

, Ben Smith

, and Elizabeth Kuipers

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199206315.003.0017
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date: 22 May 2018

This chapter highlights issues in providing family interventions (FIs) to familieswhere one individual has persecutory beliefs, particularly in relation toanother family member. It describes the main components of evidence-basedFIs in psychosis, and particularly emphasises some of the features of FI that have been found to be relevant for patients with paranoid presentations.

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