Psychosis is a very common mental health illness. Research has shown that the earlier it is identified and treated, the better the long term outcomes.
We’ve collected information to support you if you think you have psychosis, or if you are treating somebody who you think has, or may have psychosis.
If you’ve been affected by psychosis
Psychosis can affect you if you’re a child, young person, or an adult. Find out what some of the symptoms are, what support is available to you, and what to do if you care for someone with psychosis.
Find out more about the national early intervention to psychosis standards, what to do if you’re a GP, as well as data and dashboards.