CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN EARLY IN EARLY PSYCHOSIS

The Center of Excellence in Early Psychosis (CEEP) is a collaboration between Washington State University (WSU) in Spokane and the University of Washington (UW) in Seattle. As our center is 100% funded on grants, contracts, and philanthropic donations, our specific projects within these four priority areas may shift in scope and reach over time.

 

The CEEP has four main priorities: 

 

(1) provide training, consultation, and implementation and sustainability support to the Washington State New Journeys early intervention programs to address first episode psychosis (FEP);

 

(2) education and support to key stakeholders in the community seeking information and resources on early psychosis (e.g., mental health care recipients, families and natural supports, providers);

 

(3) developing resources for the assessment and management of clinical high risk for psychosis (CHR-P); and

 

(4) advancing research on early psychosis, particularly as it relates to promoting implementation science and clinical outcomes.

INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES

Those who are experiencing symptoms of psychosis or whose loved ones are

Are you looking for coordinated specialty care programs in Washington State?

 

 

 

Are you looking for support services in your area? 

PROVIDERS

Those who are working with clients experiencing early psychosis

Are you looking for resources that can benefit your client and family members?

Are you looking for additional training? 

 

RECRUITMENT FOR PROJECTS

ARE YOU LOOKING TO PARTICIPATE IN ONGOING PROJECTS? 

You may be eligible for one featured below.

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Advisory Committee will inform Occupational Therapy (OT) services and interventions aimed at supporting youth throughout their recovery process and especially after receiving the typical 2 year length of services provided by CSC programs. PLEASE CONTACT: Elizabeth Thomas at 215-204-1699 or elizabeth.thomas@temple.edu.

Family at a Beach

We are looking for racial and ethnic minority families with a loved one who has experienced psychosis to complete an online survey. For completing the survey you will receive a $40 e-gift card. CONTACT: Dr. Oladunni Oluwoye at oladunni.oluwoye@wsu.edu

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Are you interested in participating in a one-on-one interview about using technology to engage youth in early intervention programs for psychosis. Participation comes with compensation of $40. If interested please contact: Ayesha Chander -mhtech@uw.edu