What is metacognitive therapy?
How to apply MCT, including the evidence.
A very complete manual on MCT for psychosis in German, English, Dutch and French and many other languages from the university clinic of Hamburg
Steffen Moritza, , , Christina Andreoua, Brooke C. Schneidera, Charlotte E. Wittekinda, Mahesh Menonb, c, Ryan P. Balzand, Todd S. Woodwardb, c
Sustained and "Sleeper" Effects of Group Metacognitive Training for Schizophrenia, A Randomized Clinical Trial, Steffen Moritz, et al
Brooke Schneider et al
Psychological interventions are increasingly recommended as adjunctive treatments for psychosis, but their implementation in clinical practice is still insufficient. The individualized metacognitive therapy program (MCT+; www.uke.de/mct_plus ) represents a low-threshold psychotherapeutic approach that synthesizes group metacognitive training (MCT) and cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis, and addresses specific cognitive biases that are involved