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Promising new approach helps curb early schizophrenia in teens, young adults
Washington Post

The first time Jeremy Clark met his 18-year-old client, the teenager was sitting in his vice principal’s office, the drawstrings of his black hoodie pulled tight. Jacob had recently disclosed to his friends on Facebook that he was hearing voices, and their reaction had been less than sympathetic.

So Clark was relieved when a beaming Jacob showed up on time for their next meeting, at a comic book shop.