- 1 History of Group Therapies for People With Psychosis
- 2 Basic Cognitive Behavioral Model Used in Group CBT for Psychosis
- 3 What Have Studies Taught Us About CBT for Psychosis?
- 4 Essential Elements of Group Therapy
- 5 The Role of the Therapist in Group CBT for Psychosis
- 6 Getting Started
- 7 Stress: How It Affects Me (Sessions 1 to 6)
- 8 Testing Hypotheses and Looking for Alternatives (Sessions 7 to 12)
- 9 Drugs, Alcohol, and How I Feel (Sessions 13 to 18)
- 10 Coping and Competence (Sessions 19 to 24)
- 11 Measuring Change
- 12 Obstacles to Group CBT for Psychosis
- 13 Therapist Competence: What Skills Are Needed to Conduct Group CBT for Psychosis?
- 14 CBT Groups for Psychosis With Other Targets
- 15 Conclusion
- Appendix 1 The Group CBT for Psychosis Workbook
- Appendix 2 Example of a Diploma for the Graduation
- Appendix 3 List of Sessions Used in Brief Inpatient Group CBT for Psychosis
- Appendix 4 Participation Scale
- Appendix 5 Self-Esteem Rating Scale—Short Form
- Appendix 6 First Episode Social Functioning Scale—Self-Report
- Appendix 7 QuickLL
- About the Authors
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- (p. 47) The Role of the Therapist in Group CBT for Psychosis
, Claude Leclerc
, and Til Wykes
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