Resources

  • 'Get on Board: Engaging Young People and their Families in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is designed to help early psychosis clinicians maximise the engagement of young people and their families within a service. It provides an overview of approaches to engagement of young people and families in early psychosis and combines theoretical models of therapeutic engagement with clinical experience derived from the EPPIC program.

  • 'In This Together: Family Work in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is designed to help early psychosis services incorporate family work into their overall approach to working with early psychosis in young people. It provides an overview of the EPPIC family work approach, which has been developed from international evidence combined with over 20 years’ clinical experience in planning, implementing and delivering early psychosis interventions to young people and their families.

  • 'Keeping on Track: Functional Recovery in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is a practical guide for all clinicians working with young people with early psychosis to incorporate functional recovery interventions as part of the overall treatment plan.

  • 'Let Me Understand: Assessment in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is aimed at mental health professionals working with young people with early psychosis and individuals responsible for early psychosis service development. This manual focuses on developing clinical assessment skills for working with young people who are at ultra high risk of psychosis, or who are experiencing first episode psychosis. 

  • 'Medical Interventions in Early Psychosis: A Practical Guide for Early Psychosis Clinicians'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    Although not responsible for prescribing medications, non-medical clinicians nevertheless need to have a practical knowledge of medical interventions for early psychosis. This manual has been developed to support non-medically trained clinicians (primarily allied health and nursing professionals) gain a working knowledge of medical interventions for early psychosis.

  • 'Medical Management in Early Psychosis: A Guide for Medical Practitioners'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is written for medical practitioners, primarily psychiatrists, trainee psychiatrists and general practitioners, and is intended as a guide to the medical management of young people with early psychosis.

  • 'Psychological Interventions: Why, How and When to use in Early Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual is intended as a guide for clinicians working in an integrated case management role using psychological interventions to treat young people with early psychosis.

  • 'School's In: A Focus on Education During First Episode Psychosis'

    $49.00 AUD Including GST

    The content of this manual has been derived from evidence combined with many years of experience of planning, implementing and delivering early psychosis interventions to young people and their families. This manual presents the principles behind establishing an educational service within an early psychosis service.

  • 'The CAARMS: Assessing 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 ‘ultra high risk’ (UHR) of psychosis and individuals responsible for early psychosis service development. The Comprehensive Assessment of At Risk Mental States (CAARMS) is a semi-structured assessment tool used by mental health professionals and researchers to identify help-seeking young people who are at ultra high risk (UHR) of developing psychosis.

  • 'The PACE Clinic Manual: A Treatment Approach for Young People at Ultra High Risk of Psychosis'

    $38.00 AUD Including GST

    This manual outlines a treatment for young people at risk of developing schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders including affective psychosis. Such clients are referred to as being at 'ultra high risk' (UHR) of psychosis or as experiencing an 'at-risk mental state' (ARMS).