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Publication Date: 16 Jan 2014
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 160
Author: Kevin Gournay
ISBN-13: 9781847092649, 9781847092656

Coping with Schizophrenia

By Kevin Gournay
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Summary
Schizophrenia is traditionally difficult to define and commonly misunderstood, but involves problems differentiating inner experiences and perceptions to everyday external reality. This book provides up-to-date information about changing views on schizophrenia and how it can be treated. As well as exploring classic symptoms such as hallucinations and hearing voices, it provides strong practical suggestions for dealing with the mental and emotional distress involved. Topics include: History of name and diagnostic categories; Myths and facts about schizophrenia; Medication; Therapy (especially CBT); Professional help; Diet and exercise; Social support; Work and leisure; Dealing with stress in the family; Stigma, discrimination and educating the public.
About the Author
Kevin Gournay CBE is Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, with a specialist interest in schizophrenia. This is his third book for Sheldon Press. Debbie Robson is a Tutor & Research Nurse at the Institute of Psychiatry.

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