Australian Clinical Guidelines for Early Psychosis - Second Edition Updated

The Australian Clinical Guidelines for Early Psychosis were developed in response to growing research and clinical interest in a model of psychosis that challenged the pessimism prevailing at the time regarding the prognosis of people with psychosis. The model presented in these guidelines advocates that young people should receive timely and comprehensive intervention during the critical years following onset, and that ‘withholding treatment until severe and less reversible symptomatic and functional impairment have become entrenched represents a failure of care’.

EPPIC Model Integrity Tool – Application Guide

The EPPIC Model Integrity Tool (EMIT) is designed to be used as an assessment measure of the fidelity of headspace Early Psychosis programs to the EPPIC model. The items in the EMIT are drawn from the primary standards that underlie the 16 core components of the EPPIC model as described in the EPPIC Model and Service Implementation guide.

Psychological interventions in the treatment of mental disorders in

This document summarises the evidence-based interventions for psychological interventions in the treatment of mental disorders in young people aged 12-25 years.

Staying true: a plan to measure fidelity in the delivery of early psychosis services in Australia

This document begins the process of developing a measure of fidelity to the EPPIC model. It contains a brief overview of the concept of measurement of fidelity, describes a rationale will be described for the measurement of fidelity in the headspace Early Psychosis services, and describes possible approaches to the measurement of fidelity.