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Psychotic Disorders, More Than Just Schizophrenia


Contrary to popular belief, in the context of psychotic disorders, people with schizophrenia don’t form a homogenous group. Furthermore, as a general rule, specific disorders tend to exhibit similar symptoms. However, this isn’t exactly the case with schizophrenia. No symptom of schizophrenia is pathognomonic. In other words, no particular symptoms form the basis of this condition. For this reason, we shouldn’t actually talk about schizophrenia, but schizophrenias. There are also other psychotic disorders. This article takes a look at some of them that tend to be overshadowed by schizophrenia. Psychotic disorders, more than just schizophrenia The DSM-5 classifies the schizophrenic…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie

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