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Book Reviews

Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia: A Step-by-Step Guide

Donald D. Gold, Jr.

Published: August 15, 1998

Article Abstract

The enhancement of social skills may be pivotal in our patients with schizophrenia, raising their baseline level of function and allowing achievement of their goals, thereby reducing rehospitalizations. Social Skills Training for Schizophrenia provides the formula to achieve this end. It is one of the volumes in the "Treatment Manuals for Practitioners" series, which is edited by David H. Barlow. This volume is a collaborative product of 4 clinicians who distill the learning of the past 30 years in the field along with the recent neurocognitive research, resulting in an up-to-date integration for this modality of psychiatric rehabilitation.


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Volume: 59

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