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Impact of case formulation in cognitive therapy for psychosis

Impact of case formulation in cognitive therapy for psychosis
Impact of case formulation in cognitive therapy for psychosis
Case formulation (CF) is the ‘first principle’ in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and the cornerstone of CT for psychosis. Experiment 1 (E1) assesses impact of CF in CBT for psychosis on perception of therapeutic relationship. Experiment 2 assesses the impact of CF on strength of delusional and self-evaluative beliefs (E2). Both E1 and E2 assess impact of CF on symptoms of anxiety and depression. CF had little or no impact on these variables. Descriptive data suggested there were other benefits for certain participants. Therapists’ perception of the therapeutic relationship did improve following CF. Six clients found CF, at least in part, a negative experience.
0005-7967
671-680
Chadwick, Paul
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Williams, Clare
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Mackenzie, Joanna
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Chadwick, Paul
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Williams, Clare
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Mackenzie, Joanna
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Chadwick, Paul, Williams, Clare and Mackenzie, Joanna (2003) Impact of case formulation in cognitive therapy for psychosis. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 41 (6), 671-680. (doi:10.1016/S0005-7967(02)00033-5).

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Abstract

Case formulation (CF) is the ‘first principle’ in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and the cornerstone of CT for psychosis. Experiment 1 (E1) assesses impact of CF in CBT for psychosis on perception of therapeutic relationship. Experiment 2 assesses the impact of CF on strength of delusional and self-evaluative beliefs (E2). Both E1 and E2 assess impact of CF on symptoms of anxiety and depression. CF had little or no impact on these variables. Descriptive data suggested there were other benefits for certain participants. Therapists’ perception of the therapeutic relationship did improve following CF. Six clients found CF, at least in part, a negative experience.

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Published date: June 2003

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Local EPrints ID: 18520
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/18520
ISSN: 0005-7967
PURE UUID: fef9c02a-2478-4427-8e82-2ce5e901bd6e

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Date deposited: 09 Dec 2005
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 06:45

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Author: Paul Chadwick
Author: Clare Williams
Author: Joanna Mackenzie

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