Young people's experiences of Social Recovery Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and treatment as usual in the PRODIGY trial

@article{Gee2018YoungPE,
  title={Young people's experiences of Social Recovery Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and treatment as usual in the PRODIGY trial},
  author={Brioney Gee and C. Notley and R. Byrne and Tim Clarke and J. Hodgekins and P. French and D. Fowler},
  journal={Early Intervention in Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={12}
}
The PRODIGY trial is an ongoing randomized controlled trial of Social Recovery Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (SRCBT), a new intervention designed to improve social functioning in young people at risk of long‐term social disability due to severe and complex mental health problems. The aim of this qualitative sub‐study was to understand trial participants’ experiences of SRCBT and the control condition, treatment as usual. 
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