Social Relationships Integral to Recovery in First Episode Psychosis by Ayurdhi Dhar, PhD
Research involving socio-cultural factors in psychosis is sparse, despite evidence that points to the importance of social interactions in recovery. A new study investigates these factors by examining the social relationships of young adults with first-episode psychosis. The study finds that participants reported benefits when their uniqueness was acknowledged and their personal preferences respected by the professionals. Alternatively, they reported negative experiences with mental health workers when they felt unheard.
For full article click here.
Comments are closed.