Social support in childhood decreases the risk of psychosis

Anne Marie Trauelsen

Psychiatric Center Amager

Phd in Psychiatry from 2015, University of CopenhagenNow specialist training in Psychiatry, Psychiatric Center Amager, Copenhagen, Denmark


Objective:Perceived support decreases the risk of developing PTSD. People with psychosis have been exposed to more childhood trauma than non-clinical control groups while the degree of social support remains unknown. Therefore... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Anne Marie Trauelsen (Psychiatric Center Amager)
  2. Sarah Bendall (Centre for Youth Mental Health, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC)
  3. Jens Einar Jansen (Psychiatry Center , Frederiksberg)
  4. Hanne-Grethe Lyse (Psychiatry East , Region Zealand)
  5. Marlene Buch Pedersen (Psychiatry East , Region Zealand)
  6. Christopher Trier Lind (University of Copenhagen, Department of Psychology)
  7. Ulrik Haahr (Psychiatric Research Unit, Region Zealand)
  8. Erik Simonsen (Psychiatric Research Unit, Region Zealand)

Topic Areas

Therapeutic relationships , Early intervention , Peer support


SAB PSO » Papers: Social Influences on Health (08:00 - Saturday, 2nd September, The Guild, Elizabeth Gidney 1 Room)

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