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Psychosis Treatment at Home

Psychosis is a medical term used to describe a condition that affects the way the brain processes information. Often described as a ‘break from reality’, people experiencing psychosis perceive things differently from what is really happening, such as seeing, hearing, or believing things that are not real. Psychosis itself is not a mental illness, but symptoms of a physical or mental health disorder.

Orchestrate Health is pleased to provide private psychosis treatment at home, allowing our patients to receive the finest care from the comfort of their own surroundings.

As we provide a private pay service, Orchestrate Health works outside of the NHS. We are committed to ensuring patients receive the highest standards of care available.

Causes of Psychosis

Psychosis can be very frightening for the person experiencing it. Psychosis is more common than people realise, but many choose not to discuss it because of the stigma surrounding it. Most people who receive treatment go on to lead healthy, productive lives.

It is unknown exactly what triggers psychosis, but there are several risk factors that can come into play. These include:


Certain physical conditions can trigger psychosis, including:

  • Stroke
  • A traumatic brain injury
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • A brain tumour
  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer’s disease


Several mental health disorders can trigger psychosis. These include:

Drug and Alcohol Misuse

Alcohol abuse and certain drugs can heighten the risk of psychosis.


Traumatic events or personal experiences can also increase the risk of developing psychosis. These include:

  • Sexual assault
  • The death of a loved one
  • A stressful event such as a terrorist attack or war

Symptoms of Psychosis

There are two main symptoms of psychosis – delusions and hallucinations.

Delusions are beliefs that are false, and appear irrational to others. Typical delusions include:

  • Believing you are on a special mission, have special powers, or in some cases that you are a god
  • Feelings of being followed or watched
  • Believing there is a conspiracy to harm you
  • Outside forces are in control of your actions and feelings

Hallucinations are sensory perceptions that are not reality. Typical hallucinations include:

  • Hearing voices when there is nobody there
  • Feelings or sensations you cannot explain
  • Seeing people or things (such as shapes) that are not there
  • Smelling things that other people cannot

People can also experience a change in emotions, often showing less feeling to those around them. A change in behaviour is also common, with some becoming extremely active, whilst others find it difficult to find the energy to do everyday activities such as seeing friends and family. Others may become easily confused, finding it hard to put sentences together, follow a conversation, or find things difficult to understand and remember.

Psychosis can affect people differently, and not all symptoms will be present at any given time. As there are several causes of psychosis, symptoms can change alongside them.

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Private Psychosis Treatment at Home

If you are concerned you may have psychosis, you should seek help as soon as possible, as this will minimise the effect it will have on relationships and everyday life. If you are diagnosed with psychosis, the best course of treatment will be tailored to manage your symptoms.

Effective treatment options for psychosis include:

Antipsychotic Drugs

If necessary, your treatment could involve the use of antipsychotic medications to manage symptoms and help you make the most of the rest of your treatment. Depending on your situation, your dosages may be reduced over time. 

Therapeutic Interventions

You will be able to access psychosis-specific talking therapies such as ​​Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help you understand your condition, develop healthy coping strategies, rid yourself of negative thought patterns, and set achievable goals.

At Orchestrate Health, you will also have the option of family therapy to help you build your support network and set the path for long-term recovery. 

Live In Support

If necessary, we can arrange in-home support such as:

  • Live in Mental Health Nursing (RMN)
  • Visiting Mental Health Nurse
  • Occupational Health
  • Therapeutic Support Workers
  • Recovery Coaches – mental health coaches who can provide psychosocial support, as well as life coaching

Stepped Care: The Personalised Approach to Mental Health

We do not believe in labels – you are a unique person who deserves dignified and effective treatment. We focus on care and compassion, and place great emphasis on the importance of getting to know you on a personal level.

We use a Stepped Care model to ensure you only receive the level of treatment you require, and we will be with you every step of the journey. This could range from weekly therapy and counselling sessions to dedicated live-in care; we deliver whatever you need.

We have a network of highly qualified practitioners who will work together to create a personalised package of care that addresses the entire spectrum of your needs.

Our team includes:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Support Workers

Reach Out for Help Now

If you or a loved one are being held back by psychosis, Orchestrate Health’s team are here to help.  

We deliver rapid assessments carried out at home by one of our psychiatric professionals, followed by a uniquely tailored care plan that best suits your needs.

Contact us today for a free assessment and start living the first days of your new life. 

To get in touch regarding our private psychosis treatment at home call us on 0800 193 3277 or email us here

Professional Memberships

Our professionals work alongside respected industry-specific organisations

Orchestrate Health is a trading name of Addcounsel Limited which is registered by the CQC.