Cognitive behaviour therapy is recommended internationally as a treatment for psychosis (targeting symptoms such as auditory hallucinations, or “voices”). Yet mental health services are commonly unable to offer such resource‐intensive psychological interventions. Brief, symptom‐specific and less resource‐intensive therapies are being developed as one initiative to increase access. However, as access increases, so might the risk of offering therapy to clients who are not optimally disposed to engage with and benefit from therapy. Thus, it is important to identify who is most/least likely to engage with and benefit from therapy, and when.. To read the full article, log in using your SSSFT NHS OpenAthens details. SSOTP - You can request a copy of this article by replying to this email. Please ensure you are clear which article you are requesting.