Articles across the spectrum of psychiatric conditions are welcome, including schizophrenia and other psychoses, affective and anxiety disorders, drug abuse, eating disorders and personality disorders as well as the underlying epidemiological, biological, psychological and social mechanisms that influence the onset of these disorders. Papers in the following areas are considered: diagnostic issues, psychopathology, clinical epidemiology, biological mechanisms, treatments and other forms of intervention, clinical studies, health, and economic research and mental health policy.. About Early Intervention in PsychiatryThe development, causes and treatment of mental disorders emergingEndorsed by the international Early Psychosis AssociationEdited by: Patrick McGorryfocus on the early diagnosis and treatment of all mental health problems and diseases, early intervention in mental health promotes the importance of early intervention in psychiatric practice.
The impact levels of families of patients with early psychotic illness Burden levels experienced by relatives of patients with early psychotic illness diagnosed Experienced. Participating family members were against a ‘Family Experience Interview Schedule ‘, which covers both objective and subjective burden. Examples of objective stress include increased financial burden and disruption of routine, while subjective burden included emotional problems including anxiety, anger, and resentment..Editor’s Note: This research was support from the Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, for financing from the. , Bethesda, and through Alvord endowments, University of Washington, Seattle.