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Psychoeducation teaches people about their illness and how they’ll receive treatment


Psychoeducation is a form of education that is specifically offered to individuals who are suffering from any one of several distinct mental health conditions impairing their ability to lead their lives.  The ideal aim of the psychoeducational approach is to give both the individuals who suffer from psychological conditions and their families a stronger base of knowledge for knowing on ways to cope and thrive in spite of the condition.  Some of the various conditions that may merit psychoeducational intervention include various anxiety disorders, personality disorders, psychotic illnesses, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and clinical depression.  The goal of the psychoeducation is to give the person suffering from the psychological condition a better road map towards functioning in an optimal way throughout their mental health recovery. 


Psychoeducation provides individuals who suffer from a psychological condition more positive coping skills, resources, cognitive patterns, and a sense of self-efficacy to get the most out of their lives.  

Meta Specialties

  • Dual Diagnoses

  • ADHD

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Depression

  • Bipolar Disorders

  • OCD

  • Trauma, PTSD

  • Self Harm

  • Self Esteem

  • Suicide Prevention

  • Insomnia, Sleep

  • Addiction, Substance Misuse

  • Psychosis 

  • Serious Mental Illness

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