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We invite those with an interest in and commitment to EPC care to join us for Missouri’s First Episode Psychosis Conference 2023. Designed for professionals and practitioners treating early psychosis, those with lived experience, family members, researchers, and students, Missouri’s 1st EPC Conference offers educational opportunities in early psychosis research and treatment. Drawing from current research and evidence-based practices, conference themes include but are not limited to, the voice of lived experience and peer specialist; diversity, equity, and inclusion; assessment, identification, and treatment. Missouri’s 1st EPC Conference offers a forum in which to learn about best practices, current trends in research, network with peers, and implement new strategies, research, and trends into practice.
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
9:00 am Rob Paul - Director of MIMH - Opening Remarks
10:15 am Aubrey Moe - Optimal psychosocial treatments for youth and young adults, focusing on evidence-based interventions that address the various needs of young people with psychosis
10:15 am Jason Schiffman - Cultural and Contextual Considerations in the Early Identification of Risk for Psychosis
12:00 pm Bob Heinssen - Coordinated Specialty Care for First Episode Psychosis: Recent Advances and Future Opportunities
1:15 pm Tara Niendam - Trauma in First Episode Psychosis: Identifying Risk and Supporting Resilience
1:15 pm Oladunni Oluwoy - Improving access to first episode psychosis treatment and treatment delivery in community-based settings, perhaps with a focus on family engagement in coordinated specialty care programs
4:00 pm Patrick McGorry - Importance of early intervention including the delivery of comprehensive, evidence-based, youth-centered system of care with international models of EI as examples of this
Thursday April 13, 2023
7:30 am Yoga (no CEUs)
9:00 am Denise Walker - The Importance of Addressing Cannabis Use in FEP and How to Do It
9:00 am Artangel (Pricilia and Marina) - The Directors: Watch and Discuss
11:00 am Kate Hardy - Differentiating between Clinical High Risk for psychosis and First Episode Psychosis: opportunities and challenges
11:00 am Daniel Mamah & Jodi Woodruff - Washington Early Recognition Center (WERC): A Free Clinic for Early Stage Psychosis and High Risk Youth in St. Louis
12:00 pm Kisha Ledlow
1:15 pm Jude Leung - We're In This Together: Engaging Families in Early Psychosis Care
1:15 pm Aqil Nabi - OnTrackNY Peer Specialist speaking about the role of Peer Specialist and his work on an OnTrackNY team
Missouri Institute of Mental Health Accreditation
The University of Missouri-St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health will be responsible for this program and will maintain a record of your continuing education credits earned.
MIMH awards up to 10.75 clock hours or 12.9 contact hours (1.29 CEUs) for this program.
National Board for Certified Counselors
MIMH is an NBCC - Approved Continuing Education Provider, No. 6339 (ACEPTM) and may offer NBCC - approved clock hours for events (or programs) that meet NBCC requirements. Sessions (or programs) for which NBCC – approved clock hours will be awarded are identified in the program bulletin (or web site). The ACEP is solely responsible for all aspects for the program.
10.75 clock hours are offered for this program.
National Association of Social Workers
This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval #886662054-xxxx) for xxxx continuing education contact hours in category xxxx.
The Missouri POST Program has approved this course for the University of Missouri – St. Louis (UMSL), Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH) training credit, POST Control Number 24665, for 10.75 hours of Continuing Law Enforcement Education training in the area(s) of Interpersonal Study.
Missouri Credentialing Board (MCB)
The University of Missouri – St. Louis, Missouri Institute of Mental Health is an approved training agency with MCB under provider status number 119. The Missouri Credentialing Board has approved this program for 10.75 contact hours.
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