The book has two major sections. The first, Case Studies, has 12 chapters, ranging from such topics as "Managing Voices" to "Tackling Drug-Related Psychosis and Isolation." Part 2, Training, Supervision, and Implementation, consists of four chapters dealing with such things as "Training for CBT in Psychosis" and "Clinical Supervision." All of the chapters are important and help us see how psychosis can be treated with cognitive behavior therapy. This book is highly recommended for those concerned with treating psychotic patients.