Brief Psychotic Disorder Resources, Support and References

Brief Psychotic Disorder Support Groups

The first thing that needs to be done when an individual is diagnosed with brief psychotic disorder is to accept their condition. It is a normal feeling to become sad, frightened, or depressed but there is nothing that they can do but to accept their fate and see to it to seek treatment as soon as possible. The good news is that there are support groups who want nothing else but the best for the patient. These groups can be a source of inspiration and strength for the patient as they aim for their quick recovery.

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

Colonial Place Three, 2107 Wilson Blvd, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201

National Institute of Mental Health

6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 8184, MSC 9663, Bethesda, MD

Brief Psychotic Disorder References

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Related Conditions

Acute Stress Disorder – Mental Shock, Over Activity, Agitation, Disorientation, Depression, Anxiety
Adjustment Disorder – Anxiety Due to Stressors, Depression, Altered Coping Mechanism
Paranoid Personality Disorder – Irrational Fear, Depression, Hyper-Vigilance, Excessive Worry, Excessive Suspiciousness
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Nightmares, Insomnia, Sexual Abuse, Irritation, Social Impairment, Problems with Memory and Concentration, Intrusive Memories, Hyper-Vigilance
Schizophrenia – Paranoia, Delusion, Hallucination, Anxiety, Depression, Psychosis