Individualized Metacognitive Therapy for psychosis (MCT+) pursues the aim to deepen and adapt the learning objectives of the group MCT for the individual client. Click on your flag below for further information and the treatment package. If you are not familiar with group MCT, please visit the website Metacognitive Training for Psychosis first.

Suggested Contribution

For many years, we have been developing and disseminating MCT+ free of charge. While the programs remains available at no cost for students and researchers, we kindly ask practitioners/psychotherapists who use the training for a one time contribution of 30€ (or $30) to download the materials (i.e., hundreds of slides, a manual as well as worksheets) in view of the amount of work and costs associated with the program. If MCT+ is carried out in an institution (e.g., psychiatric or psychosomatic hospital), we kindly ask the institution to send us a one time contribution of 100€/$100: Donate online
All contributions are considered donations and we are happy to send you an official donation receipt.

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Publications

MCT+ case report: Bohn, F., Veckenstedt, R. & Moritz, S. (2014). Individualized metacognitive therapy program for patients with psychosis (MCT+). Introduction of a novel approach for psychotic symptoms. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 42, 105-110. (Download article)

Randomized controlled trial on MCT+: Moritz, S., Veckenstedt, R., Randjbar, S., Vitzthum, F. & Woodward, T. S. (2011). Antipsychotic treatment beyond antipsychotics: metacognitive intervention for schizophrenia patients improves delusional symptoms. Psychological Medicine, 41, 1823-1832. (Download article)

Overview on current scientific findings on the MCT: Moritz, S., Vitzthum, F., Randjbar, S., Veckenstedt, R. & Woodward, T. S. (2010). Detecting and defusing cognitive traps: metacognitive intervention in schizophrenia. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 23, 561-569. (Download article)