Michael Garrett MD


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IN PRESS Cognitive-Behavioral-Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Psychosis.  When the Mind Turns Inside Out.  Guilford Press (2019)   

   1.  Garrett, M. (2017) Individual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis 

         In Kaplan and Sadock Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry 10th Edition, Chapter 33.16: pg 2866-2886

    2.  Garrett, M. (2016) Psychosis, Trauma, and Ordinary Mental Life.  American Journal of Psychotherapy, v70(1),  35-62

3.   Garrett,  M. and Silva, R.  (2003) Auditory Hallucinations, Source Monitoring, and a Belief that ‘Voices’ Are Real.  Schizophrenia Bulletin, 29(3):445-457,

4.   Garrett,  M,  Stone, D. and Turkington,  D. (2006) Normalizing Psychotic Symptoms. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice. Vol 79, Part 4 

5.   Garrett, M.  (2010) Normalizing the Voice Hearing Experience.  The Continuum Between Auditory Hallucinations and Ordinary Mental Life. in Larøi Ed.  Hallucinations: A Practical Guide to Treatment. Oxford

6.    Garrett, M. and Turkington, D.  (2011) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis in a Psychoanalytic Frame.  Psychosis 3(1); pg 2-13                       

7.    Garrett, M.  (2012) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis in a Psychoanalytic Frame.  The American Psychoanalyst. 46 (1) pg 20

8.    Garrett, M. and Singh, D.  (2012) The Bayesian equation and psychosis.  Brain.

9.  Garrett, M.  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis. (2012) In  McQuistion, Sowers, Ranz, & Feldman Ed.  The American Association of Community Psychiatrists Handbook of Community Psychiatry.  Chapter 13, pgs 153-162 

10.  Garrett, M. (2016) The subjective experience of psychosis.  Psychological Diagnostic Manual.  Guilford Press 

11.  Garrett M. (2016) Jerking Movements, an Adolescent with Psychosis: Psychotherapeutic Perspective, in The DSM-5 Casebook and Treatment Guide for Child Mental Health, Galanter CA and Jensen PS, Ed., American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.