Understanding Psychosis

Course Duration: ONE DAY
This insightful course explores the nature of psychotic illnesses and provides a stigma-free overview of causes, symptoms and treatments.

Covering a range of diagnoses, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and drug induced psychosis, the course takes a compassionate and recovery-focused approach to identifying, managing and responding to delusional thinking and other symptoms.

Topics Include:

  • Symptoms including hallucinations,
    delusions and flight of ideas
  • Condition onset and progress
  • Emotional and behavioural effects
  • Links to other conditions
  • Treatments available
  • Providing practical and emotional support
  • Developing self-awareness and management
  • Community resources and support

This course includes

  • Engaging, up-to-date materials.
  • Take-home reference package and free online resources.
  • All day catering and beverages - with dietary needs catered for.
  • Post-course contacts for help and advice.
  • Certificate of attendance.

Individual bookings

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Group bookings

If you have a team/group of people that require training, feel free to book online on any upcoming public course. However, we can also provide dedicated courses just for you - at our premises or yours - from our catalogue or bespoke. Please contact us so that we can discuss your exact needs.

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