About the Session:
This 60-minute session provides a brief overview of what early psychosis is, including signs and symptoms, how symptoms occur on a continuum, treatment options, the promise of early intervention and common barriers to care, and how school providers can recognize and respond to early signs.
- Session slides can be accessed by clicking the DOWNLOAD button above
- The video recording can be accessed below
- Resources of interest shared during the session can be accessed here
This introductory-level learning series is geared toward the following school personnel from middle and high schools:
School mental health providers, such as school counselors, social workers, psychologists, and other mental health professionals (those hired by the school and those who work for a community organization and come into the school to provide school mental health services)
School nurses/school health aides, and other primary care partners working in schools
School educators, administrators, school resource officers, and mental health peer leaders
Please note: This is session 1 of a 3-part Introductory Series, Early Psychosis 101: Basics for Supporting Students. Learn more about the speakers for this session and access information about the other sessions in the series here.