misintentpreting the intentions of others

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misintentpreting the intentions of others

Post by mastermiaow » Tue Oct 29, 2019 2:37 pm


I am working in a Recovery Team. I wonder if anyone can point me to useful resources to help a client with tendency to misconstrue the intentions of others in interpersonal situations. The client has a diagnosis of psychosis and was quite deluded at times but I think some focused, structured work would be really helpful for him. I was thinking of some worksheets, video material, etc...

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Re: misintentpreting the intentions of others

Post by miriam » Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:33 pm

Do you have a supervisor who can advise? I'm not sure this is something a psych grad should be devising by themselves...

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