About Family Psychoeducation
Family Psychoeducation (FPE) is an evidence-based practice helping individuals and their families gain education on mental health, build supports, increase communication, and develop
problem-solving and coping skills.
Whatever your family looks like – FPE has been shown to be effective for all families including parents, relatives, close friends, neighbors! Individuals experience better outcomes when their families or supports are involved.
- Forming an alliance
- On-going education about mental health
- Creating social supports
- Developing coping skills
- Mental Illness
- Managing Stress
- Navigating the public mental health system
- That other people have similar needs and experiences
- New ways to deal with common problems/concerns (taking medication, employment, social activities)
- Improving family relationships and general health
- Improved clinical outcomes (fewer relapses / fewer symptoms)
- Reduction in need for crisis intervention
- Reduction in hospitalizations
- Improvement in community functioning, social activities and decreased isolation
- Feeling in better control over life for individuals and their families
- Better employment retention
- Progress in Recovery!
TTI offers Family Psychoeducation (FPE) Groups at most of our sites.
If you and/or your supports are interested please follow up with your location and/or case manager.