Early intervention for young Koreans with early psychosis

Psychotic disorders mostly develop in the late teens and 20s. If young individuals with psychosis receive intensive initial treatment at the appropriate time, they can recover completely. However, in many cases, these patients experience frequent recurrence due to treatment discontinuation and the burden of social/occupational stress. For full recovery, patients not only need pharmacologic treatment but also comprehensive psychosocial interventions, including individual cognitive-behavioral ther...
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