Typical age of onset for psychosis is usually between the ages of 18-24; prodromal symptoms often start during the teenage years
Doctors who treat serious mental disorders say that the family actively playing a role in diagnosis, treatment, and recovery is crucial for patient success.
Unfortunately, treatment of schizophrenia and psychosis the past meant banishing individuals with these disorders to institutions or psychiatric wards that were often undignified and ill-equipped to treat these and other mental health issues. Today, rather than sending these patients away from their families, doctors and therapists often aim to include the families of the patient in plans for treatment and support.More About Family Support
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When it comes to mental health care, specifically the treatment of schizophrenia, choosing the right doctors and therapists is critical to patients’ wellbeing. Determining which types of doctors and therapists are necessary in the treatment of these patients can be confusing and even intimidating. We want to help.Learn More about Providers