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2022 Community Education Day for Psychosis

Stanford INSPIRE Clinic - UCSF Path Program

These presentations were recorded at the 2022 Stanford-UCSF Community Education Day for Psychosis -- an all inclusive educational event cohosted by UCSF's Path Program and the INSPIRE Clinic at Stanford University's School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

The contents are designed for informational purposes only and should not be substituted for professional care.

Families Supporting Families

presented by Kate Hardy, ClinPsychD, Kenneth Kozi Arrington, and Barbara Naden

Difficult Medication Decisions; What we know and what we don’t

presented by Demian Rose, MD, PhD

Medication Q&A

presented by Jacob Ballon, MD, MPH & Demian Rose, MD, PhD

Update on Psychosis Risk Syndrome Research: Recent Findings and Major Initiatives

presented by Emily Path, PsyD

A Lived Experience Perspective

presented by Drew Musa
moderated by Shoshana Green, LMFT

My Story of Strength: Overcoming Stigma and Finding Purpose

presented by Carlos Larrauri, MSN