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Recent trends in the use of psychosocial interventions in foreign forensic psychiatric practice (Part I) 1054

Bulygina V.G.
Doctor of Psychology, Head of the Laboratory of the psychohygiene and psychoprophylaxis, Federal State Budgetary Institution "V. Serbsky National Medical Research Centre for Psychiatry and Narcology" of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia

Makushkina O.A.
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Head of the Department of Forensic Psychiatric Prevention, Fgbu "SSC SSP them. VP Serbian" Ministry Of Health Of Russia, Moscow, Russia

Belyakova M.Yu.
Junior researcher at the Laboratory of psychological problems forensic psychiatric prevention, V.P. Serbsky State Research Centre for Social and Forensic Psychiatry

Kotova M.A.
Head of the Department of Psychology, PKU "Oryol psychiatric hospital specialized type with intensive supervision"

This article examines contemporary paradigm of rehabilitation of the mentally ill persons. We describe the specific features and efficiency factors of psychosocial interventions used in compulsory treatment. We highlight the key strategies of psychosocial interventions used in foreign forensic psychiatric practice.

Keywords: involuntary treatment; rehabilitation of the mentally ill persons; psychosocial interventions; adherence to treatment; psychological education; compliance therapy; trainings.

Column: Forensic and Clinical Psychology in Legal Context

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