A randomized trial of family focused therapy with populations at clinical high risk for psychosis: effects on interactional behavior.
OBJECTIVE: This study investigated whether family focused therapy (FFT-CHR), an 18-session intervention that consisted of psychoeducation and training in communication and problem solving, brought about greater improvements in family communication than enhanced care (EC), a 3-session psychoeducational intervention, among individuals at clinical high risk for developing psychosis. METHOD: This study was conducted within a randomized controlled trial across 8 sites. We examined 10-min problem-s...Expand abstract
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