Early Intervention in Psychosis Service (EIS)
Psychosis is the term used to explain a number of experiences including hearing 'voices', having unusual and frightening ideas and a loss of energy or drive. Psychosis is a condition which is receptive to effective treatments and interventions.
EIS provides support to people aged between 18-65 who appear to be experiencing a first episode of psychosis or a suspected first episode of psychosis.
Various Venues across Dorset. See Website for Details.
- BH4 8EP
- 01202 584336
Times, Age & Costs
- All Year Round
- From 18 years to 65 years .
- This Service is Free
- Booking Information:
- Contact by telephone
Cultural & Additional Needs
- Cultural Provision:
- No strong religious ethos
- Referral Criteria:
Via GP or other health professional
By Parents or Family
- Referral Procedure:
- Professional or self-referral for people with first episode of psychosis or displaying prodromal symptoms of psychosis or 'at risk mental state' for developing psychosis.
- Languages Spoken:
- Health Description
Please see our webiste for all further information, including contact details, who the service is for, what it aims to do and how it can be accessed.
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