The Importance of Coordinating Care in First-Episode Psychosis

Here’s an article from the National Institute of Mental health that explains the results of a large study of outcomes for young people who have had a first-episode of psychosis. While more costly in terms of time and money, comprehensive and coordinated and collaborative care results in the best outcomes. We also know that early intervention is key to good outcomes, so never hesitate to bring your child in for assessment and always insist that your treatment team communicate regularly.

Team-based Treatment for First Episode Psychosis Found to be High Value

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