In this video Dr. Aaron Beck discusses his efforts to develop treatment for patients with schizophrenia. Dr. Beck explains that brain deficits, which caused apathy, anhedonia, and significant problems in executive brain functioning, needed to be addressed. The findings from a study Dr. Beck collaborated on, this past year, suggest that patients with schizophrenia have far more capability to improve their lives than was previously assumed. Dr. Beck hopes these findings will change the way clinicians treat the more than one million patients for whom schizophrenia is profoundly limiting. To find out how you can learn more from Dr. Aaron Beck on CBT for Schizophrenia visit www.beckinstitute.org/cbt-workshops/cbt-for-schizophrenia.
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