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Psychotherapy for psychosis

Alternative treatments

An Over-The-Counter Solution For Self-Injurious Behavior?

N-acetylcysteine shows promise in the treatment of recurrent self-injury, according to initial clinical reports An over-the-counter pharmaceutical Clinical reports suggest that recurrent self-injurious behaviors like self-cutting might be reduced, or in some cases eliminated, with something that can be obtained as an over-the-counter supplement in the US. The substance is called N-acetylcysteine. I describe N-acetylcysteine…

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Natural cures for schizophrenia?

Complementary, alternative, and dietary or nutritional treatments are popular because they suggest the possibility of cure illness without the side effects (or stigma) that might come from customary treatments. Despite their popularity, the effectiveness of such treatments for mental illness has not been well-studied in the medical literature. Lots of people would be willing to…

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Keto diet for schizophrenia

A dietary solution for symptoms of psychosis? This week, I’m preparing a short lecture with the title “Complementary, alternative, and nutritional treatments for schizophrenia.” I’ll be giving this lecture to an audience of clinicians who care for people affected by schizophrenia. (more about this lecture at the end of the letter) One of the reasons…

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Psychotherapy for psychosis

Psychotherapy in Psychosis In this post, I would like to highlight an open-access article that highlights that value of psychotherapy in the treatment of psychosis. It offers valuable insights into the aspects of psychotherapy that people with psychosis found most useful in their paths from acutely symptomatic to fully recovered. The article is free for…

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