After becoming a computer programmer in 1989 following developing schizophrenia during college, Milt Greek volunteered extensively with individuals in psychosis and post-psychosis. He led a schizophrenic early recovery group and has conducted subject-participation studies and surveys on psychosis. He began presenting on schizophrenia and recovery in the late 1990s and has delivered talks to mental health professionals and at conferences and has been published on the web by the Ohio Criminal Justice Coordinating Center of Excellence. While he remains employed as a computer programmer, he devotes extensive time to sharing insights and concrete techniques for working with those in psychosis and post-psychosis.
Delusions, Meaning and Transformation, a follow up and companion to Milt Greek's Schizophrenia: A Blueprint for Recovery, deeply explores psychosis and merges modern treatment approaches into a step-by-step, person-centered "Combined Toolkit". It seeks to offer hope and concrete techniques to help professionals, family members and those struggling to recover and transform their lives.
Schizophrenia: A Blueprint for Recovery provides innovative techniques to work with a person in psychosis, move him or her into recovery, and aid in rejoining mainstream society. Topics include the building of schizophrenic psychosis, hallucinations and false perceptions, working with someone in psychosis, stabilizing on medication, and counseling for self-understanding. 2012 Revised Edition.