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Funded by the Medical Research Council.

This trial evaluated a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) intervention for low self-esteem for individuals with persecutory delusions within the context of a diagnosis of psychosis. The trial was funded by the Medical Research Council.


An early Phase II randomised controlled trial testing the effect on persecutory delusions of using CBT to reduce negative cognitions about the self: The potential benefits of enhancing self confidence