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.
PresentationAugust 10, 2020This informative recording features Mauricio Tohen, MD, DrPH, MBA, Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the…
InterviewSeptember 7, 2020Join Elizabeth DiNapoli, PhD, Medical Science Liaison, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc., as she interviews Kyran Phillips, an individual…
Article SummaryMay 4, 2020Awareness and exploration of the scope and consequences of stigma toward mental illness in general—and psychotic disorders in particular—is a…
InterviewApril 29, 2021
Discussion Of Identifying Profiles Of Patients With Bipolar I Disorder Who Would Benefit From Maintenance Therapy With A Long-Acting Injectable AntipsychoticInterviewApril 26, 2021
VideoApril 20, 2021
Early Episode Psychosis Resources
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