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What do I do when my son or daughter appears to be hallucinating, paranoid or has stopped looking after themselves? Written for family members and friends of those who suffer from schizophrenia and other psychoses, Back to Life, Back to Normality 2 describes the typical symptoms and problems of those suffering from psychotic disorders and discusses how a relative can best listen, interact and communicate their support. Research conducted by authors Douglas Turkington and Helen Spencer has shown that individuals without psychiatric training and qualifications can easily learn and safely use…mehr

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What do I do when my son or daughter appears to be hallucinating, paranoid or has stopped looking after themselves? Written for family members and friends of those who suffer from schizophrenia and other psychoses, Back to Life, Back to Normality 2 describes the typical symptoms and problems of those suffering from psychotic disorders and discusses how a relative can best listen, interact and communicate their support. Research conducted by authors Douglas Turkington and Helen Spencer has shown that individuals without psychiatric training and qualifications can easily learn and safely use some basic cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques to help communicate effectively and provide support to their loved one suffering from psychosis. These techniques are described and illustrated with examples throughout this book, to allow carers to learn how to provide the best possible support and help facilitate a recovery for those suffering.

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Inhaltsangabe
1. What is psychosis? What is schizophrenia? David Kingdon; 2. Psychosis usually has a natural tendency towards recovery Tom Christodoulides; 3. Positive aspects of psychosis: enhanced spirituality and creativity Maggie Douglas-Bailey; 4. When can psychosis escalate and will medicines help? Douglas Turkington; 5. Making sense of psychosis Helen M. Spencer; 6. What if the psychosis was linked to trauma? Lucy H. Stevens; 7. The 5 pillars of caring for psychosis Latoyah Lebert; 8. Effective coping: carer and service user self-care Latoyah Lebert; 9. Caring about delusions and other new beliefs Douglas Turkington; 10. Hearing voices
being paranoid and depressed: my recovery with CBT David Couper and Latoyah Lebert; 11. Dealing with visions Rob Dudley and Rea Wilson; 12. Compassion focused approaches for clients
family and health care providers Heriot-Maitland
C.
Longden
E.
Elliott
K.
Bell
S.
Gilbert
P.
and Wright
N.P.; 13. Improving self-care
attention
motivation and social functioning Dawn Velligan and Matt Brown; 14. Where can we learn more? Robert Reiser
Nazneen Rustom and Jeremy Pelton.