Family Conversations

Conversations between a parent and their child on early stages of psychosis

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2. Family Conversations: Sally and Sophie Littlefield (Impact on Sibilings)

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3. Family Conversations: Sally and Sophie Littlefield (Dealing with Chores)

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4. Family Conversations: Sally and Sophie Littlefield (Disclosing)

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5. Family Conversations: Sally and Sophie Littlefield (Delusions)

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6. Family Conversations: Sally and Sophie Littlefield (Speaking to)

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7. Family Conversations Sally and Sophie Littlefield Art in Recovery

Psychosis Resources

General

Living Well With Schizophrenia

YouTube channel by a ~30 year old woman in Canada living with schizoaffective disorder

One Mind

nonprofit dedicated to research regarding serious psychiatric illness. also has some resources around education/stigma reduction/navigating the healthcare system

Brain Waves (from One Mind)

webcast featuring interviews with researchers and people with lived experience with brain illness

Schizophrenia.com

Website with news and community forums for people with schizophrenia and their loved ones

Psychosis Sucks

Basic website that gives an overview of psychosis

Open the Doors

Website with motivational text about schizophrenia

Progress Foundation

residential treatment facility, looks like it's geared toward adults. doesn't look like they have any education programs.

People with Disabilities Foundation

Our Mission is to provide education and advocacy for people with psychiatric and/or developmental disabilities, with or without physical disabilities, so that they can achieve equal opportunities in all aspects of life. Our goal is to provide total integration of people with mental disabilities into the whole of society.

Teen & Young Adult

Strong 365

informative website geared toward teenagers with videos, educational modules, etc. about psychosis

Students with Psychosis

nonprofit that empowers college students to form clubs to support those experiencing psychosis

BEAM (Bipolar Disorder Early Assessment and Management)

BEAM is an innovative, evidence-based program developed by the Felton Institute to diagnose and treat bipolar disorder I, the more severe form of the disease. Like Felton Early Psychosis Program, BEAM provides treatment to adolescents and young adults so they can learn manage their condition and move towards remission and recovery.

PATH Program

Similar to Felton in that they're a care provider. They also give presentations to other mental healthcare providers on how to interact with patients with psychosis (see link)

Bring Change 2 Mind

Org founded by Glen Close after her sister was diagnosed with bipolar 1 and nephew was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Seeks to reduce stigma among teenagers through creating clubs on college campuses

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