Does any of this sound familiar?
  • Nights with NO SLEEP?
  • Thinking others can READ YOUR MIND?
  • WITHDRAWN from family and friends?
  • SUSPICIOUS or FEARFUL of others?
  • Thoughts or beliefs that seem STRANGE?
  • Believe that media sends HIDDEN MESSAGES to you?
  • LOSS OF INTEREST in things you used to enjoy?
  • HEARING THINGS that others don’t hear?
Are these things bothering you or causing you to be concerned?

 

You may be experiencing symptoms of psychosis (click to learn more). Psychosis is a lot more common than you think. You are not alone.

The PQ-B is a brief self report screening tool that you can take  to find out more about whether you might be experiencing psychosis or pre-psychosis symptoms.

 

Take the PQ-B

Important for you to know:

Symptoms like these often develop in the later teen-young adult years.

Getting help early, often referred to as early intervention, is essential to recovery.

Symptoms of psychosis are treatable.

Left untreated, these thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can worsen over time.

It’s no one’s fault–not the individual or the family.

Early experience of psychosis can be extremely confusing and traumatic for both the young person and his or her family.

 

Wasatch Mental Health can help!

The PREP Team (Prevention and Recovery from Early Psychosis) has been created at WMH to provide support for individuals experiencing their first episode of psychosis.

The PREP Team provides a coordinated specialty care treatment model to provide supportive services for those in need.

More specifically, coordinated specialty care programs function with five key provisions:

Case Management: Person-centered care, assisted by a care manager who helps clients and family members to navigate among treatment options.
Medication/Primary Care: Medication (if participant and their doctor decide it is needed).
Psychotherapy: Cognitive behavioral therapy as an evidence-based intervention for psychosis.
Family Education and Support: Family psychoeducation so that consumers choose the support people they want involved in their recovery, and families/supports get information that helps them play an active role in the recovery process.
Supported Employment and Education: Fostering autonomy and setting goals, including returning to school or work, developing new interests, meeting new people, and making new friends.

 

Meet our PREP Team
Who is eligible for services?

PREP team service are being provided to ANYONE in the community that is experiencing their first symptoms of psychosis, regardless of insurance or funding.  It is a wonderful resource for the community.

Have Questions about PREP? 

Please contact the PREP team  at (801) 373-4765 
or email at: prep@wasatch.org

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