We provide a multi-disciplinary whole team approach to a flexible assertive outreach model of community care to support to people aged 14 to 65 years old who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Early intervention means getting help quickly for unusual distressing experiences in order to start recovery/ discovery as soon as possible and to reduce the chances of problems coming back.
Psychosis is a mental health difficulty which can cause symptoms such as paranoia (e.g. thinking that things on the TV, radio or newspapers are about you), thinking that people can control or read your thoughts, having experiences of hearing, seeing, feeling, smelling or tasting things that other people don’t, feeling out of touch with reality, having confusing thoughts or getting your words muddled.
We have an inclusive community of service users and families/loved ones, including experts by experience and peer workers, all working together in a vibrant, pro-active and creative environment, where staff well-being and professional development are central to our teams' cohesion and effectiveness.Read more about our Adult Mental health services
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