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Managing symptoms of Psychosis (e.g., Schizoaffective Disorder, Schizophreniform Disorder, Schizophrenia) can be challenging. Often people with Psychosis have difficulty with insight into their symptoms, while experiencing difficulty with judgment and trusting others. Additionally, hearing (or seeing) voices, paranoia, depression, and anxiety are often present.
Experiencing Psychosis can be scary, though there are a number of effective treatments to help skillfully manage symptoms. People with Psychosis may need the help of friends, family, and other supports, and enabling a team is often associated with the best treatment outcomes. Once a consistent treatment regimen is established, people experiencing Psychosis have continued their education, been successful in jobs and relationships.
If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulty with hearing or seeing voices, trusting others, depression or anxiety, help is available. Take action by contacting a professional today.