Behavioral therapies and the treatment of schizophrenics.

. . . Mr. C, diagnosed as brain-damaged and schizophrenic . . . gradually became more and more unmanageable . . . continually disrupting ward routine, both by provoking other patients and by directly plaguing the staff with demands. Mr. C's rehabilitation and psychotherapy were retarded because of his direct lack of motivation as well as the staff's… CONTINUE READING