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Incorporating Social Therapy Into Early Psychosis Intervention Improves Social Engagement

Despite considerable evidence showing the benefit of early intervention services on social recovery in people with first-episode psychosis, many will continue to experience severe and persistent social impairments. A study published yesterday in Lancet Psychiatry suggests that combining early psychosis intervention with social recovery therapy may help to further improve patient outcomes, particularly in individuals who lack the motivation or ability to engage in existing psychosocial interventions.The social recovery program examined in the study was a three-step approach aimed at (1) establishing a working therapeutic relationship and assessing patient goals,...

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Published By: Psychiatric News - Tuesday, 12 December

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