Psychiatry Publications - Steve Colori

Psychiatry Publications

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New Release:
Thoughts on Therapy


BOOK DESCRIPTION

Thoughts on Therapy, is a powerful collection of essays about Steve Colori’s recovery from schizoaffective disorder and emergence back into living a full life. Building from his first book, Thoughts on Therapy provides tremendous tools, insights, resources, and wisdom on working through and eliminating symptoms, behavioral work, interpersonal dynamics, stigma, and living in the modern world with mental health struggles. The essays range from addressing mania, referential thinking, hearing and seeing things, dating, medication, working, and interacting with family. For anyone interested in learning more about mental health, this is a must read. A good portion of the essays have been previously published, while there are fifteen that have previously never been read.”


Articles

Philosophy and Life Events –  Keys to Pyschosis
Good Men Project January 2020

Linguistics in Talking About Psychosis
Good Men Project 2019 April

Mental Health and the Media – A Call to Action
Good Men Project 2018 November

Social Skills and Psychosis – A Spectrum
Good Men Project July 2019

Writing and Recovery
Good Men’s Project: 2016 April.

Fear, Faith, Hope, & Courage
Schizophrenia Bulletin by Oxford PP. 2016 February: doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbw004

What It Was Like
Good Men’s Project: February 2016.

Working While Rehabbing
Schizophrenia Bulletin by Oxford PP. 2015 July; doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbv094

Autobibliotherapy 
Schizophrenia Bulletin by Oxford PP. 2015 February ; doi: 10/1093/schbul/sbv004

 Understanding Referential Thinking 
Schizophrenia Bulletin by Oxford PP. 2015 February ; dos: 10.1093/schbul/sbv005

The Importance of Talk Therapy
Schizophrenia Bulletin by Oxford PP. 2014 June; doi: 10.1093/schbul/sbu091


Books

Experiencing and Overcoming Schizoaffective Disorder.
A Memoir. ​2015 May. | Read Excerpt

Thoughts on Therapy: A Guide to My Recovery From Psychosis
2020 April.