Early Psychosis

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Experiences of psychosis are more common than one might think. Roughly 3-5 percent of the population will experience a psychotic disorder at some point in their lifetime. Early identification and intervention for psychosis is a high public health priority and can greatly minimize disability and improve lives. Treating psychosis early is important since this gives people the best chance at recovery and rehabilitation. 

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The New England MHTTC is working with providers around the region to improve their capacity to serve people experiencing early psychosis. Here are a few of our initiatives: 

  • Early Psychosis Learning Collaborative – through webinars, online discussions, consultations, and more, the EPLC is dedicated to disseminating evidence-based practices to support people in the early stages of psychosis. The collaborative engages members through a number of initiatives including:
  • Webinars
  • Online discussion series
  • Consultation lines
  • Clinical briefs
  • In-person training opportunities
  • E-mail update

The EPLC also surveys training and technical assistance needs, encourages networking, and facilitates discussion between programs and agencies across New England to disseminate knowledge of evidence-based practice for early psychosis. Participants from all New England states are welcome to apply. If you are interested in joining our collaborative, please fill out the application.

Clinical Briefs

State-by-State Resources

To learn more about our early psychosis efforts, please contact us at newengland@mhttcnetwork.org.

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