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Overview

Schizophrenia treatment will focus on managing the treatment of the disease and the treatment will continue for a long time and may even last for a lifetime. Clinical Psychologists are equipped to diagnose and treat psychological illnesses using therapies. For psychological treatment of schizophrenia, the clinical psychologists conduct sessions with the client while the client simultaneously takes consultations with the psychiatrist while continuing medications. Using the therapy the psychologist will show the client ways to deal and cope with the hallucinations and delusions. Types of therapy majorly used for schizophrenia are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Individual psychotherapy, Cognitive Enhancement Therapy and other psychosocial therapy. A clinical psychologist has an MPhil degree in clinical psychology. While choosing a psychologist near you, you can look for their areas of specialization as schizophrenia. Cadabams offer services from trained and qualified clinical psychologists who can deliver the best mental health services and treatment for schizophrenia.
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How many sessions are required with Clinical Psychologists to treat schizophrenia?

As schizophrenia is a lifelong disease, the treatment may last for a very long time and it’s important to keep consulting your psychologist regarding the updates of the state of the client. Thus a definite number of sessions cannot be determined.

Is a psychologist or psychiatrist better in treating schizophrenia?

Psychologists and psychiatrists work hand in hand in treating schizophrenia and other mental health disorders. The psychiatrist consults and provides pharmaceutical treatment while the psychologist uses talk therapy as form of treatment, working simultaneously.