Effectiveness of cognitive therapy with coping training for persistent auditory hallucinations a retrospective study of attenders of a psychiatric out‐patient department

@article{Jenner1998EffectivenessOC,
  title={Effectiveness of cognitive therapy with coping training for persistent auditory hallucinations a retrospective study of attenders of a psychiatric out‐patient department},
  author={Jack A. Jenner and Gerard van de Willige and Doede Wiersma},
  journal={Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={1998},
  volume={98}
}
Recent studies have suggested positive effects of cognitive therapy on psychotic symptoms. However, the effects of coping training are less clear, and generalization to daily functioning has not been attempted for either intervention. A total of 40 patients with therapy‐refractory auditory hallucinations received standard care plus cognitive therapy with coping training. In a retrospective, descriptive study, multiple assessments of outcome were measured. The experimental therapy seems to… 
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