Psychosis describes an experience where there has been some loss of contact with reality and there is some difficulty deciding what is real and what is not.Frequently Asked Questions
When someone’s thoughts and perceptions suffer a separation from reality, it is referred to as a psychotic episode. Unfortunately, that term is usually associated with a violent outburst, but that is not often or necessarily the case.
We have professionals and caring staff members that understand how to treat and help. Our programs are designed for long-term success and help.
Psychosis can be treated and many people do recover. Research suggests the earlier the intervention, the better the treatment outcome. Continuing care after acute symptom reduction is essential and we are here to help. Learn More about Psychosis