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For the individuals experiencing them, delusions and strong beliefs can be profoundly distressing and extremely limiting to healthy living. They also present significant challenges to the mental health professionals working with these individuals-not least because there is not always consensus around what might be considered delusional.
For the first time, Decoding Delusions gathers the literature and treatment guidance materials related to delusions in one place to offer clinicians an up-to-date, culturally informed, and illustrated guide to managing the spectrum of delusions and other extreme beliefs encountered in daily practice.
In Part I, chapter authors define and assess delusions, examining the current research literature into their linguistic and cultural aspects, as well as the history of their treatment. Crucially, it also provides a lived-experience perspective.
Part II features the insights of a series of international experts on interventions-including third-wave cognitive-behavioral models such as compassion-focused therapy-for delusional presentations that include the following:
• Persecutory paranoia• Delusional jealousy• Erotomania• Capgras syndrome• Delusions of thought possession• Trauma as a pathway to delusions
Readers also will find a nuanced discussion of working with patients from Japanese backgrounds that will enhance their cultural competency and encourage them to think about extreme beliefs through a cultural lens.
In Part III, the chapter authors explore the management of delusions in specific settings. Examples include delusions in forensic settings and use of remote technologies such as Zoom and digital media for measurement-based care. Finally, live-action demonstrations of key clinical skills at work are provided through video clips.
Unlike any other resource currently available, Decoding Delusions proposes an approach that supports the exploration of extreme beliefs with the aim not only of distress reduction but also meaningful recovery.
Section 1: Delusions: Theoretical, historical and lived perspectivesChapter 1. Delusional Beliefs and the Madness of Crowds: What are beliefs and why are some of them pathological?Chapter 2. The Lived Experience of Strongly Held BeliefsChapter 3. Considering Delusions through a Cultural LensChapter 4. The psychology of paranoid beliefsChapter 5. Linguistic techniques for clinicians working with clients with delusionsChapter 6. The Curious Case of Schreber Section 2: Treating Delusions: types, techniques and settingsChapter 7. Assessing delusionsChapter 8. Collaboration not collusion: Normalizing and befriending Chapter 9. CBT for Paranoia: conceptualization, process and techniquesChapter 10. At Risk Mental State: Delusional presentationsChapter 11. Erotomania and sexual delusions.Chapter 12. A bizarre and grandiose delusion: persecution of a goddess using social media and microbots.Chapter 13. Who Are You? -Capgras and Other Delusions of MisidentificationChapter 14. Thought disorder or a problem with communication?Chapter 15. Trauma and delusionsSection 3: Working with delusions in different settingsChapter 16. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for delusions within Japanese cultureChapter 17. A CBT approach to working with delusions in forensic settingsChapter 18. Using Digital Health Technology to Facilitate Measurement-Based Care in the Treatment of DelusionsChapter 19. CBT-informed skills training for families caring for a loved one with delusionsChapter 20. Decoding Delusions: Demonstration of Key Skills for working with unusual beliefs
Kate V. Hardy, Clin.Psych.D., is Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University School of Medicine, in Stanford, California.
Douglas Turkington, M.D., FRCPsych, is Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at Newcastle University and Consultant Psychiatrist at CNTW NHS Foundation Trust, St. Nicholas Hospital, in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
- Code produit272010
- ÉditeurAMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASS.
- Date de publication17 juillet 2023
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