First Episode Psychosis simply refers to the first time someone experiences psychotic symptoms or a psychotic episode. FEP is not a diagnosis, but is a symptom or a set of symptoms. FEP is most recognized in persons of ages 18 to 25. However, symptoms can occur earlier than 18 as many times it is earlier than 16. FEP is often accompanied with substance abuse. Contact our FEP Coordinator Jay Gentry at our Russellville clinic for questions/therapy
Read our FEP Coordinator’s letters on FEP:
Jay Gentry, LPC S
First Episode Psychosis Program Coordinator-Central Region of Arisa Health
110 Skyline Drive
Russellville, AR 72801
# (479) 968-1298
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