The Impact

Contrary to common assumptions, psychosis is treatable.

A large body of international research now demonstrates that specialized, early treatment is altering the course of psychosis such that recovery is now clearly within reach.  

Treatment is aimed at helping a person reach their life goals, and may include cognitive behavioral therapy or another form of structured talk therapy, cognitive training exercises, family therapy, supported education/employment and low-dose medication.

This specialized treatment model has been shown to reduce relapse by more than 50%, and promote meaningful improvement in:

THOUGHT AND PERCEPTION DISTURBANCES
TREATMENT AND SCHOOL/WORK PARTICIPATION
ADDRESSING SUBSTANCE ABUSE
SOCIAL FUNCTIONING
COGNITIVE FUNCTION
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