What is Psychosis?
The word psychosis is used to describe conditions that affect the mind, where there has been some loss of contact with reality. Psychosis often begins when a person is in his or her late teens to mid-twenties. Studies have shown that it's common for a person to have psychotic symptoms for more than a year before receiving treatment. Reducing this duration of untreated psychosis is critical because early treatment often means a better recovery.
Click below to learn more about Pyschosis and early recovery:
- The Community Resource Map & Sequential Intercept Model adapted for Children and Youth at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis
Ep. 1: Welcome to SOC-CESS
Ep. 2: What is Psychosis?
Ep. 3: Youth Peer Support
Ep. 4: System of Care
Ep. 5: Trauma and Psychosis
Ep. 6: Juvenile Office and Youth
Ep. 7: Cultural Responsiveness
Ep. 8: Substance Use