Working with young people at ultra high risk for psychosis

Length of Module

This module will take approximately 90 to 120 minutes to complete.


This module introduces the concepts of at risk mental state and the criteria used to identify young people at ultra high risk (UHR) for psychosis. It describes current evidence and rationale for identification and intervention with these high risk young people, and provides a model for biopsychosocial interventions. It also reviews service level and clinical challenges which arise in relation to providing services in the UHR stage of psychosis.

Suitable for

Clinicians and researchers who work with young people in mental health services, primary care settings and other areas of health and human services.

Featured Experts

Associate Professor Barnaby Nelson

Head, Ultra High Risk for Psychosis Research


Professor Patrick McGorry

Executive Director


Professor Alison Yung

Consultant Psychiatrist

Institute of Brain Behaviour and Mental Health

University of Manchester

More information

For more information please email [email protected]

  • Working with young people at ultra high risk for psychosis

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