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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] MCT (Metacognitive Therapy For Psychosis)  A Pilot Study To Evaluate The Feasibility Of Metacognitive Therapy As A Treatment For People With Experiences Of Psychosis.   Metacognitive therapy (MCT) is a form of therapy that focuses on unhelpful thought processes that are thought to underlie and maintain emotional distress. This includes perseverative processing such as worry, rumination, focussing on threat and attempting to control thoughts and intrusive experiences. These processes are linked to metacognitive beliefs,...


ACTION (Assessment of Cognitive Therapy Instead Of Neuroleptics) The ACTION trial investigated cognitive therapy as a treatment for people experiencing psychosis and are not taking neuroleptic (antipsychotic) medication for their symptoms. The trial was a world first randomised controlled trial of cognitive therapy versus treatment as usual in this client group. This study was funded by the NHS Research for Patient Benefit Programme and was conducted at both Manchester and Newcastle.   ...


Immersive virtual reality to transform the lives of patients with mental health difficulties. What is the study about? gameChange is a large project, taking place over three years. The project is funded by The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) invention 4 innovation (i4i) Mental Health 2017 Challenge Award. The study will look at the impact of virtual reality (VR) treatment on people with psychosis. The ultimate goal of this VR treatment...