"Michael's Game," a card game for the treatment of psychotic symptoms.

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Title
"Michael's Game," a card game for the treatment of psychotic symptoms.
Journal
Patient Education and Counseling
Author(s)
Khazaal Y., Favrod J., Azoulay S., Finot S.C., Bernabotto M., Raffard S., Libbrecht J., Dieben K., Levoyer D., Pomini V.
ISSN
1873-5134 (Electronic)
ISSN-L
0738-3991
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2011
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
83
Number
2
Pages
210-216
Language
english
Abstract
Objective: "Michael's Game" is a card game which aims at familiarizing healthcare professionals and patients with cognitive therapy of psychotic symptoms. The present study tests the feasibility and the impact of the intervention in naturalistic settings.Methods: 135 patients were recruited in 11 centres. They were assessed pre- and post-tests with the Beck Cognitive Insight Scale (BCIS) and the Peters Delusion Inventory-21 items (PDI-21).Results: Data about 107 patients were included in the entire analyses. Significant improvements were observed on BCIS subscales as well as a reduction of severity of conviction and preoccupation scores on the PDI-21. The intervention has a moderate effect on the PDI-21 preoccupation and conviction as well as the BCIS subscales. Patients who benefit the most from the program are patients who have a low degree of self-reflectiveness and patients who are concomitantly preoccupied by their symptoms.Conclusion: The present study supports the feasibility and effectiveness of "Michael's Game" in naturalistic settings.Practical implications: The game seems to be a useful tool for patients with psychotic disorders. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.
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