Psychosis is one of the most challenging chronic mental disorders to treat. It can be quite demanding for practitioners—even those who specialize in mental health disorders. At the same time, primary health care is very important for people with psychotic disorders. They usually have more health-related problems than the general population, due to poor dietary habits, heavy smoking and a sedentary lifestyle. Also, the chance of receiving a proper health assessment in emergency services or in outpatient clinics is lessened because people with psychosis may have difficulty articulating their needs, experience cognitive impairment and face stigma. Primary care, as the backbone of the health care system, is in the best position from which to address the chronic and complex health needs of this population (Barch & Keefe, 2010; Bora et al., 2010).