psychological treatments

Title Presentation First Author Abstract or summary Type
Psychological Interventions

 

There has been much international research describing effective psychological interventions for people experiencing psychosis.  This includes treatments that focus on relapse prevention, positive psychotic symptoms, negative psychotic symptoms, and associated difficulties such as anxiety, depression, and substance use.

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Recovery

 

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University of Melbourne Department of Psychiatry

 
http://www.psychiatry.unimelb.edu.au/
 
 
From its first inception as a centre for clinical research in first episode psychosis, and through the Orygen Research Centre, EPPIC has forged strong links with the Department of Psychiatry, at the University of Melbourne.
 

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Early Psychosis Database and Forums

The Early Psychosis Database Forums and Videos are for clinicans working in early psychosis.

The Early Psychosis Database is for clinicians working in early psychosis. It is a repository of journal citations with links to copies of the articles cited.

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Fact Sheets

These fact sheets, in English, and 10 linguistically diverse languages, provide information specific to early psychosis. The information is most useful for young people, their family and friends. Anyone can print these fact sheets out and distribute them. The fact sheets provide information about the different types of psychotic disorders, and the phases of assessment, treatment, and recovery.
 

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