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Cognitive approaches to treating psychosis

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Duration: 0:13:54 | Added: 12 May 2016
Professor Daniel Freeman discusses his research into how psychosis can be treated through the use of cognitive behavioural techniques

Professor Daniel Freeman is interviewed by Daniel Maughan about his current randomised controlled treatment trials. This is a test of a new targeted, personalised psychological treatment for persecutory delusions, called the Feeling Safe Programme. This is a translational treatment built upon advances in the theoretical understanding of paranoia. Produced by Wayne Davies at the University Department of Psychiatry

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