The Psychosocial Program of Treatment of Schizophrenic Patients in the Crakow Psychiatric Clinic

  • B. Barbaro
  • A. Cechnicki
  • A. Szymusik
  • K. Zawadzka
  • J. Zadecki
Conference paper


Polish psychiatry is still under the influence of the nineteenth century model, which emphasized large psychiatric hospitals. The image of these hospitals corresponds to that of the large state hospitals as previously described by Goffman (1961).


Family Therapy Ambulatory Care Therapeutic Group Ambulatory Treatment Partial Hospitalization 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. Barbaro
  • A. Cechnicki
  • A. Szymusik
  • K. Zawadzka
  • J. Zadecki

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