A talk with Chantel Garrett about how to talk constructively with loved ones or acquaintances about psychosis
Over 100,000 American youth each year develop a psychotic disorder, but despite its prevalence, psychosis remains one of the least talked about and least understood mental health symptoms. As a result, many young people at risk and their families find communication about psychosis difficult, both within and outside their families.
In this episode of Brain Waves, One Mind President Brandon Staglin spoke with Chantel Garrett, the founder of One Mind’s psychosis prevention education program, Strong365. Through this interview, Chantel shares her unique and personal perspective to bear on this challenging topic.
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