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There has been much international research describing effective psychological interventions for people experiencing psychosis. This includes treatments that focus on relapse prevention, positive psychotic symptoms, negative psychotic symptoms, and associated difficulties such as anxiety, depression, and substance use.
|University of Melbourne Department of Psychiatry||
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