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(p. 375) Cognitive therapy for suspiciousness and paranoia in individuals at high risk of developing psychosis 

(p. 375) Cognitive therapy for suspiciousness and paranoia in individuals at high risk of developing psychosis
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(p. 375) Cognitive therapy for suspiciousness and paranoia in individuals at high risk of developing psychosis
Author(s):

Sophie K. Parker

, Samantha E. Bowe

, and Anthony P. Morrison

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199206315.003.0019
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date: 22 May 2018

This chapter aims to outline the use of cognitive therapy for paranoia/suspiciousnesswith individuals who are considered to be at ultra-high risk ofdeveloping psychosis. It begins by defining who is considered to be at highrisk of developing psychosis, and provide a brief summary of interventions for this client group. Cognitive therapy intervention strategies are then describedand illustrated with a case example.

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