Many patients do not respond adequately to current pharmacological or psychological treatments for psychosis. Persistent persecutory delusions are common in clinical services, and cause considerable patient distress and impairment. Our aim has been to build a new translational personalized treatment, with the potential for wide use, that leads to high rates of recovery in persistent persecutory delusions. We have been developing, and evaluating individually, brief modu...Expand abstract
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Targeting recovery in persistent persecutory delusions: A proof of principle study of a new translational psychological treatment (the Feeling Safe Programme).
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