Psychosis is a symptom, not an illness in the whole. Study proves that 3 in 100 people have experienced psychotic episode at one point in their life. Many define psychosis as a break from reality. The early symptoms show the individual losing the contact with reality. Psychosis shows a range of symptoms, but it particularly includes Hallucinations, hearing or feeling things that are not present, and Delusions, idiosyncratic belief that is firmly maintained despite being refuted by what is rational.
- Track 1-1 CBT for Psychosis
- Track 2-2 Affective Disorder
- Track 3-3 Psychotic Disorders
- Track 4-4 Menstrual Psychosis
- Track 5-5 Psychoactive Drugs
- Track 6-6 Counselling for Psychosis
- Track 7-7 Psychosis Therapy