Chapter 9, by Siani and Siciliana, takes us from Verona, Italy, to Scandinavia, and then to the United States in efforts to use in-depth psychoanalytic principles to show improvement in interpersonal relationships in psychotic patients. Chapters 10–12 enrich the perspective by adding studies from Sweden, Norway, and Finland; these chapters add thoughtful new dimensions. There is the creative multicenter Parachute Project in Sweden as well as another multicenter project whose aim is to reduce the duration of untreated psychosis in an early treatment and identification public health program. The schizophrenia project in Turku, Finland (which started 30 years ago), in which pharmacotherapy is considered an adjunct support to a basic psychotherapeutic model, provides worthwhile new data. The chapter authors find that the use of neuroleptic medication is not as mandatory as has been suggested and that there are cases, interestingly, where neuroleptics should be avoided.