This information is for anyone who thinks they may have schizophrenia, or has a diagnosis of schizophrenia.
It's also for people who know someone with schizophrenia or just want to know more about the condition.
This resource provides information, not advice.
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© April 2020 Royal College of Psychiatrists
This information reflects the best available evidence at the time of writing. We aim to review our mental health information every three years, and update critical changes more regularly.
- Young people