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Mini-SIPS

The mini-SIPS is a condensed version of the Structured Interview for Psychosis-Risk Syndromes (SIPS) designed to take approximately only 20-30 minutes to conduct, compared to the 1-2 hours required to conduct the full SIPS. The goal of the mini-SIPS and the training program is to increase the availability for clinicians to generate the minimum information needed to make a DSM-5 Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome diagnosis, which is similar to the SIPS APSS but also requires both distress and impairment. The instrument and the DSM-5 criteria are accessible through the online training program.

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Mini-SIPS

 

National Institute of Mental Health

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National Alliance on Mental Health

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One Mind

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