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Lecomte, Tania

Full Professor

  • Researcher at the Fernand Séguin Research Centre (CRFS)

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  • Telephone 514-343-6111 #4724 Pav. PAVILLON MARIE-VICTORIN \ Ext. F-330

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Lecomte, Tania

Research expertise

My research projects focus on improving treatment for people with severe mental illness, either by creating new treatments, evaluating needs or training mental health workers. For instance, I have collaborated on creating and validating group interventions in cognitive behaviour therapy to improve self-esteem or the symptoms of people suffering from psychoses. My current research bears mainly on first-episode patients, but I am also interested in patients with longer clinical histories.

My current research looks at the impact of cognitive behaviour therapy on the symptoms and functioning of people after a first psychotic episode (CIHR grant); profiles of first episodes who follow or ignore treatment recommendations for their psychosis (MSFHR grant, Norma Calder); the impact of motivational interviews on treatment persistence among first-episode patients; care and clinical profiles, and the creation of group treatment, for people suffering from psychoses as a result of methamphetamine abuse (CIHR grant); the impact of cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis on an incarcerated psychiatric clientele; support for employment (CIHR grant) and education for people with severe mental illness; cognitive remediation related to social functioning among people with psychoses and cognitive deficits. I am also interested in the stigmatization of psychosis and knowledge transfer in the community.

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Publications

Articles récents

Lecomte, T., Mueser, K.T., MacEwan, G.W., Thorton, A.E., Buchanan, T., Bouchard, V., Goldner, E., Brink, J., Lang, D., Kang, S., Barr, A.M.; Honer, W.G. (sous presse). Predictors of Persistent Psychotic Symptoms in Persons with Metamphetamine Abuse Receiving Psychiatric Treatment. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

Lecomte, T., Corbière, M.; Leclerc, C. (sous presse). Les interventions basées sur les résultats probants en réadaptation psychiatrique – lesquelles prioriser et pourquoi ? Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.

Khoury, B., Lecomte, T., Comtois, G.; Nicole, L. (sous presse). Third wave strategies for emotion regulation in early psychosis: A pilot study. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.

Tranulis, C., Lecomte, T., El-Khoury, B., Lavarenne, A.; Brodeur-Côté, D. (2013). Changing the name of schizophrenia : patient perspectives and implications for DSM-V. PLOS ONE, 8(2), e55998.

Sanford, N., Lecomte, T., Leclerc, C., Wykes, T.; Woodward, T. (2013). Change in Jumping to Conclusions Linked to Change in Delusions in Early Psychosis. Schizophrenia Research.epub ehead of print

Panenka, W.J., Procyshyn, R.M., Lecomte, T., MacEwan, G.W., Flynn, S.W., Honer, W.G.; Barr, A.M. (2013). Methamphetamine use : a comprehensive review of molecular preclinical and clinical findings. Drug and Alcohol Dependance, 129(3), 167-169.

Beauchamp, M-C, Lecomte, T., Lecomte, C., Leclerc, C.; Corbière, M. (2013). Do personality traits matter when choosing a group therapy for early psychosis? Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 86(1), 19-32 DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.2011.02052.x

Addington, J.; Lecomte, T. (2012) Cognitive behaviour Therapy for schizophrenia. F1000 Med Reports2012, 4(6). doi: 10.3410/M4-6.

Bouchard, V., Lecomte, T.; Mueser, K. T. (2012). Could cognitive deficits help distinguish methamphetamine-induced psychosis from a psychotic disorder with substance abuse? Mental Health and Substance Abuse, DOI:10.1080/17523281.2012.693522, 1-10.

Bourdeau, G., Masse, M.; Lecomte, T. (2012). Social functioning in early psychosis: are all the domains predicted by the same variables? Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 6(3), 317-321.

El-Khoury, B.; Lecomte, T. (2012). Emotional Regulation and Schizophrenia. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 5(1), 67-76.

Leclerc, C.; Lecomte, Tania. (2012). TCC pour premiers épisodes de psychose : pourquoi la thérapie de groupe obtient les meilleurs résultats ? Journal de thérapie comportementale et cognitive, 22, 104-110.

Lecomte, T.; Lecomte, C. (2012). Are we there yet? Commentary on special issue on psychotherapy integration for people with psychosis. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 22(4), 375-381.

Lecomte, T., Leclerc, C.; Wykes, T. (2012). Group CBT for early psychosis – are there still benefits one year later? International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 62, 309-322.

Lecomte, T., Laferrière-Simard, M-C; Leclerc, C. (2012). What does the alliance predict in group interventions for early psychosis? Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 42, 55-64.

Panenka, W.J., Procyshyn, R.M., Lecomte, T., MacEwan, G.W., Flynn, S.W., Honer, W.G.; Barr, A.M. (2012). Methamphetamine use : a comprehensive review of molecular preclinical and clinical findings. Drug and Alcohol Dependance, s0376-8716(12), 00457-7.

Thérien, P., Tranulis, C., Lecomte, T., & Bérubé, F-A (2012). The experience of treatment of people with concomitant psychotic and borderline personality disorders. Psychosis, 4, 63-73.

Recent book

Lecomte Tania; Leclerc C. (Eds) Manuel de réadaptation psychiatrique, 2e édition (Handbook of psychiatric rehabilitation). Québec : Les presses de l’Université du Québec (2012).

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