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So you have recently (or maybe not-so-recently) received a mental health diagnosis. Maybe it’s not a big deal and not much has changed for you. But m…
Whether you’re already an ETP patient or taking the first step toward seeking treatment, we know it can be a scary time. But you’re not alone. Here i…
Having psychotic symptoms as a teen or young adult is tough—for both the patient and their loved ones. Learn how to support your son or daughter at E…
Music therapy has been shown to improve many aspects of life for those with schizophrenia, as well. It can help reduce symptoms and help with sociali…
Because of stigmas and misinformation, many have a false understanding of what having psychosis really means. Here are a few common myths and their r…
For teens and young adults dealing with psychosis, social interactions can be a key component of the recovery process. Research has shown that social…
Find out how young psychiatric patients with psychosis benefit from antipsychotic drugs and learn about this treatment at Northwell Health’s Early Tr…
The holidays can be a time of laughter and joy. However, they can also be particularly stressful for young psychiatric patients. Being surrounded by …
Even though mental illness is common, some people prefer to keep their struggles hidden. This can sometimes contribute to misunderstandings and stigm…
Research is an important part of providing the highest quality care at Northwell Health’s Early Treatment Program (ETP). We’re advancing care as we u…
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