UMD PSYC 434 - Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Schizophrenia (22 pages)

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22
School:
University of Maryland, College Park
Course:
Psyc 434 - Severe Mental Disorders: Etiology And Treatment

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Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Schizophrenia RELEASE DATE SEPTEMBER 2005 SM MGH PA symposium COURSE MATERIALS Please photocopy as necessary This educational activity Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Schizophrenia was recorded during the MGH PA live symposium Module 3 Psychosis offered in various cities September through November 2005 Participants who have already received continuing education credit for participating in the live symposium cannot receive credit for this educational activity This course guide is designed to be used in conjunction with the educational activity titled Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Schizophrenia EDA 510 4009 05 by PRIMEDIA Healthcare PRIMEDIA Healthcare is a division of PRIMEDIA Workplace Learning The MGH PA curriculum is supported through unrestricted educational grants from the following Charter Member Supporters and Enhancement Supporter Platinum Cephalon Inc Gold Janssen Pharmaceutica Silver GlaxoSmithKline and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Enhancement Bristol Myers Squibb Company Release Date September 2005 www MGHCME org 1 This page left blank intentionally Release Date September 2005 www MGHCME org 2 Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Schizophrenia STATEMENT OF NEED A mounting body of empirical evidence supports the efficacy of cognitive behavioral approaches combined with antipsychotic medication in improving psychotic symptoms negative symptoms medication adherence and distress Despite the inclusion of cognitive behavioral therapies as a best practice for schizophrenia few centers in the U S are trained in the implementation of cognitive behavioral techniques with this population LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this activity the participant should be able to 1 describe CBT interventions used to reduce psychotic symptoms 2 construct a simple model of how cognitions and behaviors might contribute to the maintenance of psychotic symptoms and associated distress 3 describe CBT interventions used to promote medication



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