Supportive psychodynamic psychotherapy versus treatment as usual for first-episode psychosis: two-year outcome.

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During recent decades, the field of treatment of schizophrenia has lacked empirical, systematic outcome studies that support psychodynamic psychotherapy as an evidence-based intervention for patients with schizophrenia. The Danish schizophrenia project (DNS) compared psychodynamic psychotherapy for psychosis with standard treatment in patients with a first… (More)
DOI: 10.1521/psyc.2012.75.4.331

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@article{Rosenbaum2012SupportivePP, title={Supportive psychodynamic psychotherapy versus treatment as usual for first-episode psychosis: two-year outcome.}, author={Bent Rosenbaum and Susanne Klungland Harder and Per Bjerregaard Knudsen and Anne K\oster and Anne Lindhardt and Matilde Lajer and Kristian Valbak and Gerda Winther}, journal={Psychiatry}, year={2012}, volume={75 4}, pages={331-41} }