Managing Psychosis: a guide for relatives, carers & friends

Khadija Rouf, Helen Close & Kate Rosen.

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Psychosis is a condition that can be very stressful for the person who has it, and for their relatives, family
and friends. This guide has been written to help relatives, carers and friends to take care of their own
needs, as well as supporting their relative or friend.
In this booklet you will find clearly described ways of dealing with stress that has been shown to help people.
There are also techniques to manage psychosis which are proven to be effective. You can use the methods
explained here by yourself or with help from a friend, therapist or trained mental health worker.

Dr Helen Close is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working with adults who have mental health problems. She has
experience of working with people suffering with a range of anxieties, depression, bipolar and psychosis. She has written
other materials for OCTC.

Dr Kate Rosen is a Clinical Psychologist specialising in CBT with adults presenting with a wide range of mental health
problems. She currently works for the PG Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy run by OCTC.

Dr Khadj Rouf is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working with adults who have mental health problems. She has
experience of working with people suffering with anxiety, depression and psychosis. She has written other materials
for OCTC.

Weight 0.068 kg