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Cognitive therapy for command hallucinations

Alan Meaden

Cognitive therapy for command hallucinations

an advanced practical companion

by Alan Meaden

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Auditory hallucinations,
  • Case studies,
  • Treatment,
  • Cognitive therapy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAlan Meaden ... [et al.].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC553.A84 C64 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25346341M
    ISBN 109780415625289, 9780415602341
    LC Control Number2012014253

    This book provides a fascinating and very practical summary of the first intervention to have a major impact on distress and on compliance with command hallucinations. A study by Penn et al. The body of the book describes its application in eight cases illustrating the breadth of its application, including 'complex' cases. In A Casebook of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Command Hallucinations the development of a new and innovative evidence based cognitive therapy is presented in a practical format ideal for the busy practitioner. The authors also present their interpretation of what their findings tell us about what works and doesn't work, and suggestions for future developments. Furthermore, Curson et al.

    The body of the book describes its application in eight cases illustrating the breadth of its application, including 'complex' cases. The therapy protocol is presented in clear steps from formulation to intervention. Patients in the CBT group, however, had significantly lower total and general symptoms and a near significant decrease in positive symptoms as measured by the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale PANSS and non-significantly higher levels of insight, but showed no change in voice distress or intensity. Bentall, Gillian Haddock, Peter D. In A Casebook of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Command Hallucinations the development of a new and innovative evidence based cognitive therapy is presented in a practical format ideal for the busy practitioner. Disagreements were resolved in a consensus meeting or by another reviewer Marco Armando.

    The body of the book describes its application in eight cases illustrating the breadth of its application, including 'complex' cases. David L. Subjects covered also include: understanding command hallucinations a cognitive versus a quasi-neuroleptic approach to CBT in psychosis does CBT for CH work? Subjects covered also include: understanding command hallucinations a cognitive versus a quasi-neuroleptic approach to CBT in psychosis does CBT for CH work? The body of the book describes its application in eight cases illustrating the breadth of its application, including 'complex' cases. Briefly explain the neurology behind the voices.


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Cognitive therapy for command hallucinations book

Thinking and Depression: Theory and Therapy. It will be of great interest to all mental health practitioners working with people with psychosis in community and forensic settings. It will be of great interest to all mental health practitioners working with people with psychosis in community and forensic settings.

In fact, for the previous period, van der Gaag et al[ 23 ] had already published a meta-analysis. In A Casebook of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Command Hallucinations the development of a new and innovative evidence based cognitive therapy is presented in a practical format ideal for the busy practitioner.

Temple University Psychosis Group. Subjects covered also include: understanding command hallucinations a cognitive versus a quasi-neuroleptic approach to CBT in psychosis does CBT for CH work?

Indeed, the main rationale is that by challenging key beliefs about the power of commanding voices, the patients would show a lower level of compliance and appeasement behavior and an increase in resistance to the same voices. Psychiatric Quarterly.

The therapy protocol is presented in clear steps from formulation to intervention. In the MaCarthur study[ 14 ], no association was reported between the presence of delusions or command hallucinations and violence.

All rights reserved. Hirschberg W. Similarly, in patients who hear voices that encourage or discourage behaviours based on contingent outcomes i. Some of these components may not focus on hallucinations per se, which can account for the lack of hallucination- specific effects and simultaneous positive outcomes in other areas.

Subjects covered also include: understanding command hallucinations a cognitive versus a quasi-neuroleptic approach to CBT in psychosis does CBT for CH work? The body of the book describes its application in eight cases illustrating the breadth of its application, including 'complex' cases.

Add to basket Add to wishlist Description Command hallucinations are a particularly distressing and sometimes dangerous type of hallucination about which relatively little is known and for which no evidenced based treatment currently exists.

Previous research suggests cognitive-behavior therapy CBT to be a useful treatment for reducing compliance with harmful command hallucinations[ 822 ]. Two randomized clinical trials RCTs [ 2124 ] and six observational studies[ 25 - 30 ] fulfilled the inclusion criteria.

Specifically, we focus on the efficacy of CBT in reducing command hallucinations. British Journal of Psychiatry. It will be of great interest to all mental health practitioners working with people with psychosis in community and forensic settings. The concept of recovery focuses on increasing the patient's ability to successfully cope with life's challenges, and to successfully manage their symptoms" Thoughts about violence, however, were a strong predictor of violence 6 mo later[ 14 ].

Cognitive Therapy for Command Hallucinations : An advanced practical companion

Patients with schizophrenia tend to be isolated. Similarly, Wykes et al. However, in this study va der Gaag et al[ 23 ] have considered both the AHs that delusions. Future research that focuses on treating characteristics of and patient reaction to hallucinations, similar to the research conducted by Trower et al 17may yield more promising results.

In A Casebook of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Command Hallucinations the development of a new and innovative evidence based cognitive therapy is presented in a practical Command hallucinations are a particularly distressing and sometimes dangerous type of hallucination about which relatively little is known and for which no evidenced based treatment currently exists.

The Implications for Long-term Outcome. Richard P. Data on efficacy, acceptability and tolerability were extracted by three authors independently. In terms of predictive variables, our findings show that negative symptoms at baseline appeared to be the strongest predictor of the treatment efficacy.Cognitive Theory and Therapy for Command Hallucinations Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 3(4) · April with 88 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Feb 03,  · Command hallucinations (CH) are a distressing and high-risk group of symptoms that have long been recognised but little understood, with few effective treatments.

In this paper we report and discuss the efficacy of cognitive therapy (CT) modified in accordance with ‘social rank theory,’ in a single blind randomised controlled trial. 38 patients with command hallucinations were randomly Cited by: 6. Leading contributors explore some of the central evolutionary concepts that may have implications for cognitive theory and practice.

The collection also focuses on specific problems where evolutionary-cognitive theory approach has been effective, for example on issues of optimism/pessimism, fear and anxiety, and command hallucinations in sylvaindez.com: $ This new work provides clinicians with a detailed guide illustrating in depth the techniques and strategies developed for working with command hallucinations.

Woven throughout with key cases and clinical examples, Cognitive Therapy for Command Hallucinations clearly demonstrates how these techniques can be applied in a clinical setting Author: Alan Meaden.

The purpose of the present paper is to demonstrate the applicability of CT for psychosis, using the example of command hallucinations.

First, we summarize the cognitive theory of command hallucinations and present the stages of CT, using the example of “Joe,” a year-old male with sylvaindez.com by: 2.

Get this from a library! Cognitive therapy for command hallucinations: an advanced practical companion. [Alan Meaden;] -- Auditory hallucinations rank amongst the most treatment resistant symptoms of schizophrenia, with command hallucinations being the most distressing, high risk and treatment resistant of all.

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