What are the important elements of case management to young persons with early psychosis?

Helen Lee

Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health

Trained in social work, I work with young adults with first episode psychosis in Singapore for the past 13 years. My work involves in clinical work (clients' work and as a clinical supervisor), outreach (training community partners on youth mental health), and managerial aspect (taking care of allied health professionals in the department from their clinical work to professional development).

Abstract

The Singapore Early Psychosis Intervention Programme (EPIP) was launched in April 2001 to offer holistic, integrated care to young persons with first-episode psychosis. Case management is the key linchpin of EPIP. Using the... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Helen Lee (Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health)
  2. Peter Wong (Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health)
  3. Yee Huei Yong (Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health)
  4. Charlene Hon (Early Psychosis Intervention Programme, Institute of Mental Health)
  5. Shazana Shahwan (Research department, Institute of Mental Health)
  6. Janhavi Vaingankar (Research department, Institute of Mental Health)
  7. Edimansyah Abdin (Research department, Institute of Mental Health)
  8. Mythily Subramaniam (Research department, Institute of Mental Health)
  9. Christopher Loh (COAST Early Intervention Service (Croydon), South London and Maudsley NHS Trust)

Topic Areas

Therapeutic relationships , Early intervention , Other themes in therapeutic approaches

Session

SAAM PEI » Papers: Early Intervention (11:00 - Saturday, 2nd September, Chadwick Building, Rotbalt Lecture Theatre)

Presentation Files

ISPSCM2017.ppt