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How can cognitive behavioral therapy help with psychosis?

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Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you recognize when you have psychotic episodes. It also helps you know whether what you see and hear is real or imagined. This kind of therapy also stresses the importance of antipsychotic medications and sticking with your treatment.

SOURCES:

National Alliance on Mental Health: “Psychosis.”

U.S. National Library of Medicine Medline Plus: “Psychotic Disorders.”

National Institute of Mental Health: “Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode (RAISE) Questions & Answers.”

Compton, M. and Broussard, B. , published online 2009. The First Episode of Psychosis: A Guide for Patients and Their Families

Cleveland Clinic: “Diseases and Conditions: Schizophrenia.”

National Institute of Mental Health: “What is Psychosis?”

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on July 13, 2019

SOURCES:

National Alliance on Mental Health: “Psychosis.”

U.S. National Library of Medicine Medline Plus: “Psychotic Disorders.”

National Institute of Mental Health: “Recovery After an Initial Schizophrenia Episode (RAISE) Questions & Answers.”

Compton, M. and Broussard, B. , published online 2009. The First Episode of Psychosis: A Guide for Patients and Their Families

Cleveland Clinic: “Diseases and Conditions: Schizophrenia.”

National Institute of Mental Health: “What is Psychosis?”

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on July 13, 2019

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