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Early Psychosis Intervention Self-Assessment

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Struggling, and not sure what's wrong? Think you may be experiencing a first episode of psychosis?

Psychosis refers to a loss of contact with reality.

Early psychosis intervention means getting help for problems when they start, before they develop into a more serious illness.

The sooner someone seeks treatment for psychosis, the better the outcome.

This online assessment contains 20 questions to help identify early signs and symptoms of psychosis.

Start your Assessment

Your results are anonymous and confidential.

Adapted with permission from Sussex Partnership, National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust

Psychosis Symptoms

Symptoms of psychosis may include:

  • Hearing voices
  • Being suspicious
  • Imagining things
  • Mood changes
  • Withdrawing from friends and family

Results of your Assessment

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