Cognitive-behavioral therapy for schizophrenia: A review
This article describes the role that cognitive behavioral therapy has as an adjunct antipsychotic medication and remediative approaches such as social skills training in the management of residual symptoms of chronic schizophrenia. The article mentions that CBT can be combined with family therapy and assertive community treatment programs to reduce relapse and that ACT could complement the delivery of individual CBT.
Keywords: atypical antipsychotics cognitive remediation family interventions negative symptoms positive symptoms psychoeducation psychotherapy residual symptoms schizophrenia social skills training cognitive-behavioural therapy (cbt) module 4
Turkington, D., Dudley, R., Warman, D.M., & Beck, A.T. (2004). Cognitive-behavioral therapy for schizophrenia: A review. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 10 (1), 5-16.