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