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OASIS – Charting a path to recovery

A three-part series on the onset of psychosis in young adults, its treatment and UNC’s Outreach and Support Intervention Services program.

Awakening to what life’s about
“My heart and brain are in concert,” David Binanay says.
But there was a time, not so long ago, when Binanay felt as if cleaved to his core. Such is the nature of his illness.

Charting a path to recovery
When David Binanay was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2006, a year out of college, he was very fortunate in a couple of fundamental ways.

A ‘person-centered’ approach to recovery
David Binanay was diagnosed with schizophrenia in 2006, when he was a year out of college.
In the early days of his illness, Binanay came to OASIS at least once a week.

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