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(p. 393) Cognitive behavioural therapy for persecutory delusions: three case examples 

(p. 393) Cognitive behavioural therapy for persecutory delusions: three case examples
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(p. 393) Cognitive behavioural therapy for persecutory delusions: three case examples
Author(s):

David Kingdon

, Katie Ashcroft

, and Douglas Turkington

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199206315.003.0020
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date: 18 October 2018

This chapter discussesengagement, assessment, formulation, and specific techniques for workingwith delusions including use of guided discovery and Socratic questioning. Techniques are also described for establishing homework exercises, workingat the schema level and for relapse prevention. It will also explore ways ofworking with individuals who present difficulties in engaging and have beliefswhich seem particularly resistant to change (grandiose delusions anddelusional systems).

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