Keeping on Track: Functional Recovery in Early Psychosis

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.

The onset of early psychosis can affect a young person’s developmental trajectory and may have long-term, adverse effects on their social and vocational functioning. Thus, to a young person recovering from an episode of psychosis, retaining or regaining the ability to successfully and independently function and live a meaningful life is as important as remission of symptoms. Interventions to promote functional recovery are crucial and can have lasting benefits if provided early in the course of psychosis. Functional recovery interventions help young people return to previous roles and meaningful activities or develop new skills, roles and interests. 

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