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Resilience to Suicidal Thoughts and behaviours in people with psychosis (ReST)

Many people experiencing mental health problems may also have suicidal thoughts and behaviours. Some are able to cope with suicidal thoughts and behaviours. We want to find out if resilience can reduce these feelings.

If you have a GP and/or are under the care of mental health services for problems with:

  • schizophrenia/non-affective psychosis, and 
  • have had suicidal thoughts or behaviours, the project may be of interest to you.

You will be asked questions about your mental health and to fill out some questionnaires about your thoughts and feelings at the beginning of the study and 3 months later. A meeting will be arranged at a time and place convenient for you or over the phone.

We are grateful of your time. A compensation will be offered at the end of each assessment point.

Details:

We are looking for:

Inclusion:

Individuals who have a GP and/or are under the care of mental health services for problems with:

  • schizophrenia or non-affective psychosis, and 
  • suicidal thoughts and/or behaviours at any time of their life.

Location:

  • Online/home-based
  • North West

Expenses:

A monetary compensation will be offered to all participants at the end of the baseline and 3 months follow-up assessments.

Contact information:

Contact KAMELIA for more information. 

Email: kamelia.harris@manchester.ac.uk

Phone: 0161 3062472

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