Understanding Psychotic Disorders

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Charles L. Burgess (Editor)

Series: Psychiatry – Theory, Applications and Treatments
BISAC: MED105000

Psychotic disorders are severe mental disorders as defined by the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V). The first chapter of this book reviews the most recent advances and research findings on the spectrum of negative symptoms across schizophrenia and affective psychosis. The second chapter is a review of literature that contributes to the rationale, development and evaluation of a program for a group approach, as considered according to the propriety of PoC (Propriety of Proof of Concept) for the treatment of schizophrenia. Chapter Three focuses on psychotic disorders and contributing factors in adolescence. In the fourth and final chapter of this book, the authors examine narcissistic wounds in music therapists, as well as the appropriate mechanisms to prevent them from appearing, such as personal therapy and supervision of the music therapist.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. The Spectrum of Negative Symptoms across Schizophrenia and Affective Psychosis: Contribution to Prognosis
Petar S. Popov¹,², Stefan P. Popov¹,² and Drozdstoy S. Stoyanov¹
¹Medical University, Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
²University Multiprofile Hospital for Active Treatment “Sveti Georgi”, Clinic of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Chapter 2. Propriety of Proof of Concept (PoC) Trials in Interactive Social Cognition Interventions: A Program Summary of Mentalization-Based Group Therapy – Interactional (MBGT-i)
Killorin Riddell, PhD, and Monty Clouse, PhD
Trauma Intervention Specialists, USA

Chapter 3. Psychotic Disorders and Contributing Factors in Adolescence
Carmen Cendrero-Luengo¹, María Jiménez-Palomares², PhD, Juan Rodríguez-Mansilla², PhD, María Jesús Rodríguez-Mansilla³, María Trinidad Rodríguez-Domínguez⁴, PhD, and Elisa María Garrido-Ardila², PhD
¹Vithas Hospital, Plácido Fernández Viagas Avenue, Sevilla, Spain
²ADOLOR Research Group, Medical and Surgical Department, Medicine and Health Sciences Faculty, University of Extremadura, Spain
³Don Benito-Villanueva Hospital, Nursing Department, Don Benito, Badajoz, Spain
⁴ROBOLAB Research Group, Medical-Surgical Therapy Department, Nursing and Occupational Therapy Faculty, Extremadura University, Spain

Chapter 4. Narcissistic Personality Wounds in Music Therapists
Antonia de la Torre-Rísquez¹, PhD, Maria Isabel Ramos-Fuentes², PhD, Elisa María Garrido-Ardila³, PhD, María Jiménez-Palomares³, PhD, Manuel Sequera-Martín⁴, PhD, Juan Rodríguez-Mansilla³, PhD
¹ISOMUS, Centre of Psychology and Music Therapy, Music therapy master teacher, Department of Medical-Surgical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Extremadura University, Badajoz, Spain
²Psychiatry Area, Department of Medical-Surgical Therapy Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Extremadura, Spain
³ADOLOR Research Group, Medical and Surgical Department, Medicine and Health Sciences Faculty, University of Extremadura, Spain
⁴Music therapist at Centro Huella Sonora, Music therapy master teacher, Department of Medical-Surgical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Extremadura University, Badajoz, Spain

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Index