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When reality fails: What to know about psychosis

Author Kara Gavin

June 9, 2022

Dr. Stephan Taylor, M.D., and clinical psychologist Ivy Tso, Ph.D., of Michigan Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry recently did a public video chat about public awareness of psychosis as part of Mental Health Awareness Month. 

More awareness could mean more young people with psychosis get into treatment quickly. And that can make a big difference in their immediate mental health and their long-term futures.

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Dr. Stephan Taylor was named 2021 AAAS Fellow.

Steve was named American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow for distinguished contributions in research for developing and improving treatments for psychiatric disorders 

January 28, 2022

AAAS is the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals. Selection as an AAAS fellow is among the most distinct honors within the scientific community. 

The U-M researchers are among 564 scientists, engineers and innovators, spanning 24 scientific disciplines, recognized for their scientifically and socially distinguished achievements, AAAS announced Jan. 26. 

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Distorted Reality: What to Do About Early Signs of Psychosis

October 12, 2020

Seeing, hearing, or perceiving things that aren’t really there may seem like something to hide, but seeking help early can make a big difference. Click to read this article and watch the video featuring our expert, Dr. Taylor.

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