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New Articles from BMC Psychiatry and Psychosis

Self-reported stressors among patients with Exhaustion Disorder: an exploratory study of patient records
Hasselberg K, Jonsdottir IH, Ellbin S, Skagert K
BMC Psychiatry 2014, 14 :66 (5 March 2014)

Improving communication and practical skills in working with inpatients who self-harm: a pre-test/post-test study of the effects of a training programme
Kool N, van Meijel B, Koekkoek B, van der Bijl J, Kerkhof A
BMC Psychiatry 2014, 14 :64 (4 March 2014)

The effectiveness of integrated treatment in patients with substance use disorders co-occurring with anxiety and/or depression – a group randomized trial
Wüsthoff LE, Waal H, Gråwe RW
BMC Psychiatry 2014, 14 :67 (5 March 2014)

Person-based cognitive therapy groups for distressing voices: a thematic analysis of participant experiences of the therapy
Katherine May, Clara Strauss, Adrian Coyle & Mark Hayward, (2014)
Psychosis, 6/1, 16-26

First Person Account: Providing safety in the midst of psychosis: an interpersonal dimension of recovery
Larry Davidson & Amy Johnson (2014)
Psychosis, 6/1, 77-79

First Person Account: Fallacies of a family member: recovery in progress
Sabrina Hassan (2014)
Psychosis, 6/1, 80-84

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