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Cognitive Remediation Training

Cognitive remediation training (CRT) helps improve cognitive issues in areas such as attention and memory that are common in people with psychosis and can impact day-to-day functioning.

To help improve functioning in these areas, participants attending CRT groups will be using a computer program with a series of tasks targeting these cognitive skills. Participants will work on the program with the help of facilitators. They will be encouraged to practice the tasks at home in between groups sessions. 

CRT is grounded in neuropsychology, cognitive psychology and learning theory. It works by stimulating new learning, or relearning, of cognitive tasks. This approach can improve domains of deficit.

SOURCE: Cognitive Remediation Training ( )
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