The effects of a Multi-Family Group Programme targeting individuals with early psychosis and their families in Singapore

Wilfred Liang

Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health

I am currently a case manager at the Early Psychosis Intervention Programme at the Institute of Mental Health in Singapore and am involved in assessing and providing psychosocial interventions to individuals with first episode psychosis. My primary research interests relate to treatment adherence and family interventions in first episode psychosis. My other research areas include non-suicidal self-injury in adolescents, alternative treatments for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorders, as well as cyberbullying.


The Early Psychosis Intervention Programme (EPIP) works with individuals aged between 16 to 40 years old, who are suffering from first episode psychosis. Existing research has extensively documented the debilitating effects of... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Wilfred Liang (Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health)
  2. Helen Lee (Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health)
  3. Christopher Loh (COAST Early Intervention Service (Croydon), South London and Maudsley NHS Trust)
  4. Mythily Subramaniam (Research department, Institute of Mental Health)

Topic Areas

Therapeutic relationships , Systemic family work , Peer support


SAPM POS » Poster presentations (12:30 - Saturday, 2nd September, The Guild, Stanley Lecture Theatre)

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