This book analyzes the results of various psychosocial treatments designed to help patients with psychosis recover faster and stay well longer. Mental health professionals around the world share their clinical experience and scientists to present findings from a new perspective, issues related to the specific treatment needs. Covered here the nature of psychosis, early intervention, specific treatment depending on the stage and the need for integration. Special attention is paid to how to improve treatments through individually designed programs, early intervention, greater integration between psychological treatments and diagnostic criteria renovated and upgraded. This work incorporates ideas that will foster new and controversial debate about the benefits of early treatment and adapted to the needs.