Disorders which include symptoms of psychosis most commonly emerge in late adolescence or early adulthood. Symptoms of psychosis can include hallucinations (such as hearing or seeing things which are not there) or delusions (including fixed, non-accurate beliefs). Experiences of psychosis can severely impair an adolescent’s ability to participate in daily life and education. In many contexts, adolescents with psychosis are highly stigmatized and at risk of human rights violations.
Psychosis includes delusions and hallucinations it means loss of contact with reality. Different types of drugs are used to treat psychosis based on condition. Early intervention is an inventive way to deal with psychological wellness care that is pulling in overall intrigue. It canters around counteractive action and in addition treatment and expects to encourage patients and their families at a moderately beginning period of sickness.
- Track 1-1 First Episode Psychosis (FEP)
- Track 2-2 Developmental Psychology
- Track 3-3 Schizophrenia
- Track 4-4 Hallucinations
- Track 5-5 Delusions