The word 'psychosis' refers to a set of experiences that can be found in a range of mental health problems, for which you really need help and support.
The term refers to changes in a person’s thinking and often includes confused thoughts.
Psychosis happens when you:
Psychosis can be caused by:
An episode of psychosis is often brought about by a combination of stressful experiences or situations and the sensitivity of the individual at that time.
If you are struggling with psychosis you may:
The NHS Bradford early intervention team (01274 221 021) are health and social work experts who are there to support you if you're experiencing psychosis for the first time. They aim to help you to overcome psychosis and get on with your life.
You can also find some useful tips for treatment and support on the Young Mind website.
The NHS Bradford early intervention team are health and social work experts who are there to support you if you're experiencing psychosis for the first time. They aim to help you to overcome psychosis and get on with your life.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPSYCH) have some really helpful information for young people about psychosis.
The Early Intervention Team provides assessment, help and support for individuals aged 14-35 who may have recently experienced a first episode of psychosis, or request help for the first time for psychotic experiences that affect their life, goals and aspirations.
Call the helpful team on 01274 221 021