Early Psychosis: Involving Consumers In The Planning Implementation And Evaluation Of A Relative’s And Friends’ Education And Support

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Authors: Gise Paine

Year: 2000

Event: 2000 TheMHS Conference

Subject: book of proceedings, Early Intervention Strategies, Prevention/Promotion Early Intervention, ADELAIDE, Early Psychosis Relatives’ and Friends’ Education and Support Group ,

Type of resource: Conference Presentations and Papers

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to describe an education and support group run by the North Western Adelaide Mental Health Service for relatives and friends of people who experience psychosis. The paper provides an overview of the group programme, a peer worker’s perspective of being involved in programme planning and delivery and a carer’s perspective of attending the programme.

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