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Family therapy in schizophrenia

by William R. McFarlane

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For the families of persons with schizophrenia and other chronic mental health problems, psychoeducational groups offer a powerful means of improving this book offers coping skills, reducing stress, and providing information to enhance caregiving. Empirical research also suggests that participation in such groups may have positive long-term effects on patients' interpersonal functioning and clinical stability. This volume provides a complete guide to the multifamily psychoeducational approach. .Also covered in depth are applications of the model to a variety of other contexts and disorders, including bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, borderline personality disorder, and medical illness.

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