Who we serve: HeadsUp Early Psychosis Mentor serves professionals working in Pennsylvania who treat individuals experiencing prodromal, first episode, and early psychosis. If you are a loved one of or a person experiencing psychosis, please reach out to one of our First Episode Psychosis Centers for support. If you are a professional treating individuals outside of Pennsylvania, we recommend you reach out to SMI Advisor.
What we do: HeadsUp Early Psychosis Mentor is a collaborating resource to support professionals treating prodromal, first episode, and early psychosis. We specialize in these areas of research and treatment which makes us uniquely qualified to support you in these specific needs. Our goal is to provide you with evidenced based-research and resources for you to review and determine how to apply the information to your practice. We are not a replacement for formal supervision or medical guidance and will never tell you what to do or how to do it.
How the process works: You submit a question to us through our HIPAA Capable portal or via phone and we respond to you within 3-5 business days. Our responses and the resources we provide are specifically tailored to your inquiry need. You then review the information and apply it, or not, however you see fit within your treatment and practice. Simple!
We take confidentiality seriously: Every effort will be made to keep identities associated with questions and responses strictly confidential. Your personal information will only be available to the HeadsUp Early Psychosis Mentor team. Your information is stored on a secure server so that we can respond to your questions. A generalized version of your question and answer will be added to our library if it is not already there. We do this to build an all-encompassing resource for clinicians.
Some final thoughts: This service is provided at no cost to you. The goal of this partnership is to increase the awareness and information available for treating prodromal, first episode, and early psychosis, and to decrease the stigma around these experiences. We understand that navigating early psychosis can be challenging, and we thank you for joining us and by simply asking a question, helping to advance this mission. While we are not a substitute for formal supervision and medical guidance, we look forward to supporting you by answering your questions.