UPCOMING TRAININGS

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PSYCHOSIS REACH

 

Psychosis REACH is a free, two-day training that offers concrete, evidence-based skills for relatives and friends of individuals with psychotic disorders to better care for and relate to their loved ones.

For more information about Psychosis REACH click 'Learn More' below.

 

The next Psychosis REACH training with openings, facilitated by leading experts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, will take place in June 2022.  Registration for the June training will open March 7th, 2022 and is first come first served. We recommend families register as soon as possible to guarantee their spot for the training.  For any questions, please email us at psychosisREACH@uw.edu

Support Group

EARLY INTERVENTIONS FOR PSYCHOSIS: FIRST EPISODES AND HIGH-RISK POPULATIONS - A WORKSHOP

 

 

The National Academies' Forum on Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders will host a public workshop on July 11th from 8:00 am to 2 pm PT. 

The workshop will focus on early interventions for psychosis, examination of current evidence of outcomes for individuals at high risk and first episode of psychosis, and identification of policy solutions and strategies that impact coordinated specialty care services. 

Please see 'Learn More' below to register for the event and to learn more about the workshop.

PAST WEBINARS

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CBT for Psychosis: Evidence-based Training Program for Family and Caregivers

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Management of Psychosis in Primary Care Settings

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Demystifying the Brain: Understanding the Connection Between the Brain, Behavior, and Recovery