The resources below include printable materials such as factsheets, brochures, and a glossary. You’ll also find online and telephone assistance, informative videos, and more. An asterisk (*) appears next to those resources produced by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). This list of resources is not comprehensive and does not constitute an endorsement by NIMH.
- Voices of Recovery Video Series: Young women, men, and parents share inspiring and informative recovery stories. (Developed by the Center for Practice Innovations, Columbia Psychiatry, New York State Psychiatric Institute with funding from NIMH.)
- * Google+ Hangout on First Episode Psychosis: Dr. John Kane and Dr. Amy Goldstein answer viewer questions about first episode psychosis.
- * Treating First Episode Psychosis : Dr. John Kane discusses treating first episode psychosis using coordinated specialty care.
- Implementing Early Treatment of Psychosis : Dr. Lisa Dixon talks about her personal interest in RAISE and about developing first episode psychosis treatment programs in communities.
- Antipsychotics, Weight Gain, and How to Keep Kids Healthy: Dr. Christoph Correll, a professor of psychiatry at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine and an expert in pediatric schizophrenia, talks about balancing the benefits of antipsychotic medications with strategies to address their side effects. His core message is simple: encourage healthy living and always begin with the intervention that poses the smallest risk. He also describes more intensive treatments for the weight gain that often accompanies these medications.
- Schizophrenia: Sticking with Treatment : Dr. John Kane of Zucker Hillside Hospital talks about schizophrenia, treatment options, medications and medication adherence, relapse and recovery.