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Early Episode Psychosis

Early-episode psychosis is a prime time for medical intervention, which may include multimodal therapies, case management, and a focus on self-determination. Treatment focuses on enabling individuals to move on from the acute impact of a psychotic episode and chart the course of their own recovery. In this Early Episode Psychosis Topic Library, find resources about treatment interventions and other information.

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Northwestern University Recovery From Early Episode Psychosis Program (REPP)

Northwestern University Recovery From Early Episode Psychosis Program (REPP)

Morris Goldman, MD, Stacy Prokopios, LCSW, and Lauren Walker, OTR/L, provide an overview of the Recovery from Early Episode Psychosis Program (REPP). First episode programs are recovery-oriented and enhance remission through multidisciplinary specialized services. ‘External’ barriers to recovery can often be mitigated by medication, education, reassurance, enhanced respect for boundaries,…
National Certified Peer Specialists (NCPS)

National Certified Peer Specialists (NCPS)

Opportunities for peers to work in a variety of systems and settings to support individuals in achieving and maintaining recovery exist. This website, developed by Mental Health America (MHA) and the Florida Certification Board, provides information and application materials for earning MHA’s National Certified Peer Specialist (NCPS) credential. Learn More…

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The Neuropsychiatric Inventory: Development & Applications

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders–Fifth Edition (DSM-5): Key Updates VS DSM-IV-TR

Distinguishing Sedation From Efficacy In Antipsychotic Treatment

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