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Pioneering Research and Treatment in Prevention and Early Intervention of Psychosis

Thanks to our research grants and generous gifts, all assessments and treatment services are free of charge. Youth are compensated for their participation in assessments.

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Need a Second Opinion?

Seeking Expert Insights for At-Risk Patients? CAPPS Welcomes Provider Referrals for Early Psychosis Evaluation.

Why Choose CAPPS?

Expert Assessment and Early Intervention

Our rigorous pre-screening assessments and early intervention program are designed to identify and support youth at clinical high risk (CHR) for psychosis. We offer detailed diagnostic and psychosocial assessments, feedback sessions, and continuous monitoring to ensure the best possible care.

Accessible and Inclusive Care

We welcome a diverse range of individuals, including youth from 12 to 30 years old, Spanish-speaking families, and those with other mental health diagnoses. Our goal is to provide culturally informed inclusive and accessible care to all who need it.

Comprehensive Clinical Programs

CAPPS offers a wide array of services addressing various mental health concerns often associated with CHR symptoms, including depression, social anxiety, and difficulty in daily functioning. Our tailored programs cater to individuals at risk of psychosis, providing specialized care and support.

Collaborative and Supportive Environment

At CAPPS, we believe in a holistic approach to mental health. We provide family support, treatment recommendations, skills groups, caregiver support, and work closely with external providers to ensure comprehensive and coordinated care. Our team is dedicated to reducing stress and enhancing coping abilities for both individuals and their families.

Our Services

Diagnostic Assessments

Thorough evaluations to identify and monitor mental health conditions.

Treatment Opportunities

Personalized assessment feedback and treatment planning for individuals and families

Skills Groups

Educational and support groups for teens and parents to develop coping and resilience skills.

Our Participants

We are located at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)