The psychotherapy of schizophrenia through the lens of phenomenology: intersubjectivity and the search for the recovery of first- and second-person awareness.

@article{Stanghellini2007ThePO,
  title={The psychotherapy of schizophrenia through the lens of phenomenology: intersubjectivity and the search for the recovery of first- and second-person awareness.},
  author={Giovanni Stanghellini and Paul H Lysaker},
  journal={American journal of psychotherapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={61 2},
  pages={
          163-79
        }
}
Phenomenological analyses suggest that persons with schizophrenia have profound difficulties with meaningfully engaging the world and situating a sense of self intersubjectively, which leads to the experience of self as absent. In this paper we explore the implications of this view for understanding the workings and potential of individual psychotherapy. Following an examination of individual psychotherapy transcripts for over 60 persons with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders we offer four… CONTINUE READING

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