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Psychotherapy in psychosis: Experiences of fully recovered service users
Background: Despite the evidence of the importance of including service users’ views on psychotherapy after psychosis, there is a paucity of research investigating impact on full recovery. Objectives: To explore ...
“A life more ordinary” Processes of 5-year recovery from substance abuse. Experiences of 30 recovered service users
(Frontiers Media, 2019-09-18)
Background: Studies investigating the subjective experiences of long-term recovery from substance use disorder are scarce. Particularly, functional and social factors have received little attention. Objectives: To ...
“It’s not a life of war and conflict”: experienced therapists’ views on negotiating a therapeutic alliance in involuntary treatment
(BioMed Central (BMC), 2019-06-21)
Background Working alliances are considered to be essential to treatment, and they represent a robust predictor of positive treatment outcomes. In a working alliance, a patient and therapist agree upon treatment decisions, ...