Evidence-based Treatment for Early Psychosis Monday, March 20, 2017, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Join us for an update on best practices for treating early psychosis. Welcome back our Bay area expert, Demian Rose, MD, PhD who will help us:
- Understand the core features of an evidence-based early psychosis program
- Become familiar with the data on the benefits of early intervention for psychosis
- Learn about early psychosis services available at UCSF
- Engage in dialogue around improving early intervention and youth mental health services across the Bay Area
Demian Rose, MD, PhD, an Associate Professor in the UCSF Dept of Psychiatry, where he serves in a number of clinical and educational roles. He is the medical director of the Path Program at the Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, which provides recovery-oriented services to youths with psychotic disorder diagnoses and their families. His interests include prevention and early intervention, implementation of services for transitional age youth populations, integrating neuroscience into psychiatry training, and breaking down stigma through the use of empathy and scientific reasoning.
For more information on treatments for early psychosis, see the HelpLine Resource Directory in our print newsletter or contact our HelpLine at 415-444-0480.
No charge, Everyone Welcome!
Location: 555 Northgate Drive, San Rafael, 94903. (imbed location link)
(ground floor conference room in the same building as the NAMI Marin office)
Free Parking: in the lot behind the building, along the street and across the street near the Sears Tire Center.
For more information call NAMI Marin 415.444.0480
Next General Meeting: April 17, 2017
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