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Objectives: The prevalence of postraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in severe mental illness varies from 10 to 60% is the published literature. Probably between 10 to 20% of lifetime psychotic patients, also meet the criteria for having a PTSD. There…

Şizofreni hastalarının öykülerinde travmatik yaşam olayları sık görülmektedir. Bu durum hem hastalığın ortaya çıkışına hem de var olan hastalığın gidişinin kötüleşmesine yol açabilir. Göz Hareketleri ile Duyarsızlaştırma ve Yeniden İşleme (EMDR)…

Trauma is een risicofactor voor het ontwikkelen van psychose. Het hebben van een ernstige psychiatrische aandoening verhoogt de kans op het ontwikkelen van een co-morbide posttraumatische stress stoornis. Desondanks wordt een co-morbide PTSS zelden…

Objectives: Untill now, only a small number of studies have investigated the safety and effects of psychological treatment for PTSD in psychotic patients. The main aim of this study was to explore the effects of two psychological, highly manualized,…

In this workshop, we will present a protocol for target selection for EMDR for voice-hearing. An earlier version of the protocol has been used in research on EMDR for auditory verbal hallucinations, and it has been renewed and updated based on the…

Patiënten met psychosen hebben vaak ernstige trauma’s meegemaakt. PTSS is bij hen een van de meest voorkomende co-morbide stoornissen. De meeste therapeuten hanteren een psychotische stoornis echter als contra-indicatie voor EMDR. Tijdens deze…

Introduction: The role of trauma in psychosis has been established. Moreover, PTSD is more prevalent in patients with psychosis than in the general population. Initial studies have shown that post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be effectively…

Introduction: Mueser at al. (2008) showed that a treatment program that was predominantly based on cognitive restructuring was effective and safe in treating PTSD in patients with Serious Mental Illness. However, only 15.7% of the participants in…

In my presentation you will be informed about the latest research on auditive material (hearing voices, auditive intrusions) and modality specific taxing. At this moment EMDR is mostly performed on visual material. Preliminary data of two studies,…

Study 1: Summary: Historically, psychotherapy has focused on the treatment of patients' verbal representations (thoughts) and has proved particularly successful in the cognitive behavioural treatment of psychosis. However, there is mounting evidence…

Research around EMDR therapy for schizophrenia and psychosis is sparse: much needs to be critically examined and peer reviewed. Case-reports describe how EMDR therapy has been successful in the treatment of these conditions and case-report evidence…

Psychotic phenomena are challenging to treat; the most severe being schizophrenia, which has a heavy burden: life expectancy being reduced by 10 years, mostly through suicide. After over 100 years of experience only a minority make a full recovery.…

Psychotic phenomena are challenging to treat. The most severe psychosis is schizophrenia, which has a heavy burden and reduced life expectancy through physical illness and suicide. Psychotherapy in psychosis is experiencing a renaissance and this…

Assessing traumatic experiences is crucial for creating an individual case formulation within the treatment of psychotic symptoms. It enhances insight and reveals relevant targets for treatment with EMDR. Yet, trauma histories are often very…

Various studies suggest that visual mental representations or imagery play an important role in the development and maintenance of psychopathology. Generally, the higher the vividness of the imagery, the more credible or truthful it is perceived.…

Background: Co-occurrence of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in psychosis (estimated as 12%) raises personal suffering and societal costs. Health-economic studies on PTSD treatments in patients with a diagnosis of a psychotic disorder have not…

Objectives: Professionals are very cautious, if not reluctant, to treat trauma-related symptoms in psychotic patients. As is argued by the other speakers there is growing evidence psychotic patients can safely be exposed to PTSD treatment. There are…

Prolonged exposure and EMDR for PTSD versus a PTSD waiting list condition: effects on symptoms of psychosis, depression, dissociation and social functioning in patients with chronic psychotic disorders P. de Bont1, D. van den Berg2, B. van der…

Importance:The efficacy of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatments in psychosis has not been examined in a randomized clinical trial to our knowledge. Psychosis is an exclusion criterion in most PTSD trials. OBJECTIVE To examine the efficacy…

Objectives: Most clinicians refrain from trauma treatment for patients with psychosis, because they fear symptom exacerbation and relapse. This study examined the negative side-effects of trauma-focused treatment in patients with psychosis and post…

Background: Initial studies have shown that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be effectivelytreated in patients with a psychotic disorder. These studies however used adapted treatment protocols, avoided direct exposure to trauma related…
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