Resources

  • 'A Different Way of Thinking: Working with Borderline Personality Disorder in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is aimed at clinicians of all disciplines working in early psychosis services. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is the most prevalent personality disorder seen in clinical settings, including early psychosis services. 

  • 'A Matter of Substance: Working with Substance Use in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is relevant for all clinicians working within early psychosis services as it describes the key elements involved in effectively managing substance use in young people with early psychosis. Substance use and mental health disorders are common and are associated with significantly poorer outcomes for individuals compared to a single mental health disorder.

  • 'Trips & Journeys: Personal Accounts of Early Psychosis'

    Trips & Journeys is an anthology of first person accounts of early psychosis. It is an important collection that symbolises the courage of young people who have directly experienced early psychosis. It promotes the search for meaning, recovery and hope for those affected by early psychosis, and helps demystify the fear and stigma that still pervades the wider community.

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  • 'A Shared Understanding: Psychoeducation in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is intended to be a practical guide to psychoeducation interventions for clinicians working with young people and their families in early psychosis services.

  • 'A Stitch in Time: Interventions for Young People at Ultra High Risk of Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is aimed at mental health professionals working with young people who are at high risk of developing psychotic disorders, and individuals responsible for early psychosis service development. Young people who are at high risk of developing psychosis are referred to as having an ‘at risk mental state’ (ARMS) and those who meet a specific set of criteria are referred to as being at ultra high risk of psychosis (UHR). This manual covers assessment, engagement and formulation, case management and clinical interventions for ultra high risk.

  • 'All Together Now: Therapeutic Group Work for Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    The content of this manual has been derived from more than 20 years of experience of implementing group programs and delivering group interventions to young people as part of the Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre (EPPIC) at Orygen Youth Health Clinical Program (OYHCP).

  • 'Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Depression in Young People: A Modular Treatment Approach'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This practical resource offers a modular approach to the treatment of complex depressive illnesses that are severe, complex, and associated with high risk. The first section describes the core components of the cognitive-behavioural therapy approach. The second covers areas of specific focus: suicidality, comorbidity of substance use, distress tolerance, interpersonal issues, self-care, and anger management.

  • 'EPPIC Briefing Pack'

    $21.50 AUD Including GST

    The briefing pack was produced by the EPPIC National Support Program of Orygen to briefly describe the rationale and outline of the Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre (EPPIC) model and the 16 core components that make up the comprehensive model.

  • 'EPPIC Model & Service Implementation Guide'

    $104.00 AUD Including GST

    This guide has been produced by the EPPIC National Support Program of Orygen as a way to explain the Early Psychosis Prevention and Intervention Centre (EPPIC) model and to assist services when thinking about and planning for the implementation and provision of an ongoing EPPIC service.

  • 'Experience Matters: A Youth Peer Support Training Guide in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is a facilitator’s training guide aimed at mental health workers who train young people to become peer support workers within early psychosis services. Peer support programs in early psychosis services recognises that young people with lived experience are in an ideal place to provide valued support to other young people experiencing similar issues.