The Psychosis Recovery Service at St Patrick’s Mental Health Services provides outpatient, day patient, inpatient and aftercare services. Service users are provided with the appropriate level of care depending on their severity and stage of recovery. Treatment needs are routinely evaluated by the team and collaborated with the service user from the point of entry to discharge from the service.
The outpatient service is located at our Community Dean Clinics. The outpatient service includes a consultant led multidisciplinary assessment clinic, where a full psychiatric/medical assessment of the individual is provided. Read more about the outpatient Dean Clinics.
Our clinic for the Early Detection of Psychosis is located in the Sandyford Dean Clinic, 3rd Floor Apex Building (opposite the Beacon Clinic). This clinic is for young adults who may be at high risk or in the early stages of developing psychosis and is part of our Young Adult Service. The aim of the clinic is to help people at this early stage when they have the best chance of recovery and potential to prevent further deterioration.
The day service is based at St Patrick’s University Hospital, Dublin 8.
We run two Day Programmes specifically for individuals presenting with symptoms of psychosis:
Both programmes are open to inpatients and day patients.
The inpatient service is located at St Patrick’s University Hospital, Dublin 8 and is available to those who have become medically or psychiatrically compromised by their psychosis. Read more about the inpatient service.
The Psychosis Recovery Team
Our Psychosis Recovery Service consists of a team of experienced and qualified professionals who are dedicated in working together to treat and support individuals.
The team is well rounded with psychiatrists, specialist nurses, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and pharmacists.
For information about psychosis and links to further resources see here