When Psychopharmacology Is Not Enough: Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques for Persons With Persistent Psychosis
J Clin Psychiatry 2012;73(6):887-888 [book review]
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This is a very worthwhile book. The first version (the German edition) was published in 2006 and written by only 2 of the 5 authors of the current edition (Vauth and Stieglitz). This 2011 American version has been enlarged (including much of the earlier work in its chapters 3–6) but remains small and pithy even with the added material.
J Clinical Psychiatry 2012; 73(6): 887-888
© 2012 Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.