Author: James Coyne PhD

The Holocaust intrudes into conversations about psychiatric diagnosis: Godwin’s rule confirmed

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More sciencey than the rest? The competitive edge of positive psychology coaching

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Barney Carroll on domesticating psychosis

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Lucrative pseudoscience at the International Positive Psychology Association meeting

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Advocating CBT for Psychosis: “Ultimately it is all political.”

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Consistently poor coverage of mental health issues in The Guardian

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Is mindfulness-based therapy ready for rollout to prevent relapse and recurrence in depression?

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Delusional? Trial in Lancet Psychiatry claims brief CBT reduces paranoid delusions

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Busting foes of post-publication peer review of a psychotherapy study

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Sordid tale of a study of cognitive behavioral therapy for schizophrenia gone bad

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