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Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences and early intervention

  • Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences (psychosis) and early intervention
  • Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences (psychosis) and early intervention
  • Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences (psychosis) and early intervention
  • Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences (psychosis) and early intervention
  • Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences (psychosis) and early intervention
  • Myth busting information about mental health, unusual distressing experiences (psychosis) and early intervention

Most web browsers have a private browsing feature that doesn't record where you go.

Where do I find this?

You can find it in your browser's main menu. Firefox calls it a Private window and Chrome calls it Incognito mode. Internet Explorer keeps it under Safety>>InPrivate browsing. Or you can just hit the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + P in any browser aside from Chrome, which uses Ctrl + Shift + N. 

The EYE Project is a research project supported by:

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Swandean, Arundel Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN13 3EP