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6. Precipitating Factors. In single-family Joining sessions, the clinician(s) identify and specify precipitating factors to their relative’s mental illness.

<33% of involved families

33% - 49% of involved families

50% - 64% of involved families

65%-79% of involved families

Documented on standardized checklist for 80% or more of involved families, corroborated by coordinator, supervisor, clinicians, and families.

7. Prodromal Signs. In single-family Joining sessions, the clinician(s) help families to identify and specify prodromal signs and symptoms of their relative’s mental illness.

<33% of involved families

33% - 49% of involved families

50% - 64% of involved families

65%-79% of involved families

Documented on standardized checklist for 80% or more of involved families, corroborated by coordinator, supervisor, clinicians, and families.

8. Coping Strategies. In single-family Joining sessions, the clinician(s) help to identify, describe, clarify, and teach coping strategies that are used by families.

<33% of involved families

33% - 49% of involved families

50% - 64% of involved families

65%-79% of involved families

Documented on standardized checklist for 80% or more of involved families, corroborated by coordinator, supervisor, clinicians, and families.

9. Educational Curriculum. In individual or group sessions, the clinician(s) use a standardized curriculum to teach families about mental illness. The curriculum covers at least six topics: psychobiology, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, reactions to experiencing psychosis as a family, relapse prevention, and family guidelines.

<33% of involved families

33% - 49% of involved families

50% - 64% of involved families

65%-79% of involved families

Documented on standardized checklist for 80% or more of involved families, corroborated by coordinator, supervisor, clinicians, and families.

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