Second National Conference on Advancing Early Psychosis Care in the United States: The Complexities of Real World Care
Please join us for the Second National Conference on Advancing Early Psychosis Care in the United States: The Complexities of Real-World Care, October 2, 2019, in New York City, at the Sheraton at New York Times Square. Keynote speakers, workshops and panel presentations will cover a wide range of topics that will provide clinicians with quality tools that can be implemented in the care of individuals with clinical high risk (CHR) or early psychosis.
Sponsored by NIMH, SAMHSA, PEPPNET and the American Psychiatric Association (APA), this one-day conference is a pre-conference to APA’s IPS: The Mental Health Services Conference October 3rd-6th, 2019.
-Dost Ongur on first episode affective psychosis.
-Lisa Dixon on moving early psychosis intervention from research to on-the-ground community practice.
Advancing Early Psychosis Clinical Care in the U.S.: Innovations from the Field
Sunday, October 7, 2018
The Westin Copley Place
Evidence-based treatment programs for first episode psychosis (FEP) have increased 20-fold since 2008, with over 200 Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) teams operating in 49 states.
A one-day educational conference to coincide with the 11th International Conference on Early Intervention in Mental Health. We will draw together national experts in CSC implementation along with clinicians from newly established community programs.
The agenda will focus on issues related to sustaining evidence-based CSC, including fidelity monitoring and feedback, measurement-based treatment, strengthening interdisciplinary collaboration, achieving rapid and enduring client engagement, and employing shared decision-making principles.