La recuperación en la psicosis temprana: Los procesos de duelo y el sentido de la experiencia psicótica

Carol Palma Sevillano, M. Ferrer Ventura, N. Farriols Hernando, J. Cebriá Andreu

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Introduction: The impact of first episode psychosis could be traumatic indepently of the severity of the symptoms. In this sense, the life of persons who have a first episode psychosis could be paralysed in different areas: their professional role, careers, family, social relations and the affective relationships. Objective: To describe the patients mechanism used to be aware of the illness, the subjective impact and coping process of a patient who had a first episode schizophrenia. Results: We observed three different grief stages in the initial phase of schizophrenia with distinctive characteristics as another grief process. Theses differences are the sequence of the awareness of things they lost and the ambiguity of them. Conclusions: We can confirm the presence of a multiple grief process during the initial phase of schizophrenia. The data supports the idea that we have to be aware that there are some therapeutic implications in the intervention with schizophrenic patients who are in the initial phase of the illness.

Título traducido de la contribuciónRecovering in first episode psychosis: Grief processes and the sense of psychotic experience
Idioma originalEspañol
Páginas (desde-hasta)296-305
Número de páginas10
PublicaciónAnales de Psiquiatria
Volumen22
N.º6
EstadoPublicada - nov 2006

Palabras clave

  • First episode psychosis
  • Grief
  • Initial phase
  • Psychotherapy
  • Schizophrenia

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