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What are usual treatments for psychotic disorders?

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Partly because shared psychotic disorders are rare, effective treatments aren't well-established. Usually, the person who has the shared psychotic disorder is separated from the person who has the psychotic disorder.

Treatments include:

  • Psychotherapy
  • Family therapy
  • Medication

SOURCES:

Cleveland Clinic: "Shared Psychotic Disorder."

PsychologyOne: "Shared Psychotic Disorder."

Drugs.com: "Shared Psychotic Disorder."

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on April 6, 2019

SOURCES:

Cleveland Clinic: "Shared Psychotic Disorder."

PsychologyOne: "Shared Psychotic Disorder."

Drugs.com: "Shared Psychotic Disorder."

Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg on April 6, 2019

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