Michelle van Dam

Michelle van Dam
Lentis · Langdurige rehabilitatie

Master of Science

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Introduction: Evidence-based interventions in psychiatry often fail to reach clinical practice. Cognitive Adaptation Training (CAT) is an evidence-based psychosocial intervention that aims to improve daily functioning of people diagnosed with a severe mental illness. Implementation of CAT remains challenging, despite demonstrated effectiveness. A...
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Mensen met een ernstige psychische aandoening (EPA) die langdurig afhankelijk zijn van intensieve psychiatrische zorg, hebben vaak cognitieve problemen die het dagelijks functioneren be- perken. Cognitieve Adaptatietraining (CAT) beoogt dagelijks functione- ren te verbeteren door cognitieve beperkingen te ondervangen met eenvoudige, praktische hulp...
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Background Cognitive Adaptation Training is a psychosocial intervention that focuses on reducing the negative effects of cognitive disorders, especially executive functions such as planning and targeted action. International research has shown that Cognitive Adaptation Training enhances multiple aspects of daily functioning in people with severe me...
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Background: Feasible and effective interventions to improve daily functioning in people with a severe mental illness (SMI), such as schizophrenia, in need of longer-term rehabilitation are scarce. Aims: We assessed the effectiveness of Cognitive Adaptation Training (CAT), a compensatory intervention to improve daily functioning, modified into a...
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BACKGROUND Cognitive Adaptation Training is a psychosocial intervention that focuses on reducing the negative effects of cognitive disorders, especially executive functions such as planning and targeted action. International research has shown that Cognitive Adaptation Training enhances multiple aspects of daily functioning in people with severe me...
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Background: The majority of people with schizophrenia show serious cognitive impairments that cause deficits in general and social functioning. Cognitive Adaptation Training (CAT) is a compensatory strategy that aims to bypass the cognitive deficits by creating new routines in the patients’ environment through the use of environmental supports. In...
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Background: Cognitive impairment is common in severe mental illness and contributes to functional disabilities in schizophrenia even more than clinical symptoms. Cognitive Adaptation Training (CAT) is designed to improve daily functioning by compensating for cognitive deficits. Several studies have shown that CAT delivered by psychologists improves...

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