Author: James Coyne PhD

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?

Category: antidepressants, depression, Mindfulness, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, primary care, psychotherapy, treatment as usual | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

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

Category: cognitive behavioral therapy, Conflict of interest, psychosis, psychotherapy, schizophrenia, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Category: cognitive behavioral therapy, evidence-supported, Open Access, Peer review, psychosis, psychotherapy, Publishing | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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

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Amazingly spun mindfulness trial in British Journal of Psychiatry: How to publish a null trial

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BMC Medicine gets caught up in Triple P Parenting promoters’ war on critics and null findings

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How Understanding Psychosis could have been more credible and trustworthy

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“Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia” and mental health service users

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