Psychosocial Treatments

The term psychosocial refers to an individual’s psychological development in and interaction with their social environment. Psychosocial treatments (interventions) include structured counseling, motivational enhancement, case management, care-coordination, psychotherapy and relapse prevention. Refer to the links below for in depth information on the various types of psychosocial treatments available today.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) ~ NAMI Fact Sheet

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ~ NAMI Fact Sheet

Dual Diagnosis & Integrated Treatment ~ NAMI Fact Sheet

Family Psychoeducation ~ NAMI Fact Sheet

Family-to-Family ~ 12 session course for families and friends who have a loved one with mental illness

Illness Self-Management ~ NAMI Fact Sheet