PREP Early Psychosis Program
Program for Risk Evaluation and Prevention (PREP) Early Psychosis
Thinking disorders and emotional disturbances can indicate many things in a young person, sometimes a more serious condition, such as psychosis. However, a growing body of research has demonstrated promising effects of intervening early, before the most serious signs of an illness develop PREP Early Psychosis Program is advancing knowledge and working to improve treatment of psychosis.
The goal of the Program for Risk Evaluation and Prevention is to provide education, assessment, referral, treatment, and research in the area of early psychosis and psychosis risk.
To enhance the discovery of novel, evidence-based prevention and treatment options in the area of early psychosis.
NEWS & EVENTS
OCTOBER 19, 2021
'NAVIGATING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS' WEBINAR SERIES
Tyler Grove, Ph.D. gave a talk at the NAMI Webinar series. This educational virtual series was a collaboration between the Department of Psychiatry...
OCTOBER 15, 2021
Join the Michigan Medicine Department of Psychiatry’s Alyssa Smith, LLP, and Jonathan Morrow, M.D., Ph.D., for a live Q&A examining the potential links....
APRIL 8, 2021
While we're disappointed that we can’t all be together for our usual Royal Oak run/walk for the second year in a row...