ABCT 51st Annual Convention in San Diego, California

Nov 17, 2017

The UW Project Team disseminated project findings at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) 51st Annual Convention in San Diego, California.

Drs. Maria Monroe-DeVita and Sarah Kopelovich participated in the symposium, Implementation of EBPs for Serious Mental Illness on Assertive Community Treatment Teams. Dr. Monroe-DeVita presented qualitative findings from her multisite study implementing Illness Management and Recovery within Assertive Community Treatment (ACT+IMR). Dr. Kopelovich shared her work in Washington State applying Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) to individuals with Serious Mental Illness within Assertive Community Treatment.

Bryan Stiles presented a poster (pictured) at the Schizophrenia Special Interest Group titled Racial Disparities in Psychotic Symptoms and Treatment Engagement Among RAISE Early Treatment Program Participants: Results from Secondary Analyses.

Left to Right: Maria Monroe-DeVita, Assistant Professor, Bryan Styles, Research Coordinator, MacKenzie Hughes, Research Coordinator, and Sarah Kopelovich, Assistant Professor

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