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(p. 311) Integrated Neurocognitive Therapy 

(p. 311) Integrated Neurocognitive Therapy
(p. 311) Integrated Neurocognitive Therapy

Daniel R. Mueller

, Stefanie J. Schmidt

, and Volker Roder

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date: 24 October 2020

This chapter outlines Integrated Neurocognitive Therapy (INT) for schizophrenia patients. It consists of five subprograms, each with incremental steps. INT starts with a subprogram addressing the neurocognitive domain, followed by a second subprogram to enhance social cognition. In a third stage, INT focuses on interpersonal and social context using verbal communication tools, thereby bridging the gap between cognitive and social functioning. Finally, social competence is targeted with exercises to improve social skills (fourth subprogram) and to increase patients’ mastery in coping with interpersonal and social problems (fifth subprogram) for more independent living.

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