Cammie Perretta is currently providing training for the Program Directors of New Journeys teams statewide.
Cammie is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with a range of clinical experience including hospital Social Work, psychiatric inpatient Social Work, and community behavioral health. Cammie graduated from Saint Martin’s University with a BA in Psychology, Sociology, and Cultural Anthropology in 2013 and completed her Masters of Social Work at Hawaii Pacific University in 2015.
Since 2016, Cammie has been engaged with Washington’s Coordinated Specialty Care model for first episode psychosis, called New Journeys. She began as an Individual Resiliency Training therapist and moved into a Director/Family Education position. In 2021, she had the opportunity to work at the Washington Health Care Authority where she supported the implementation of legislation to implement coordinated specialty care programs for first episode psychosis. This range of experience has provided Cammie with a unique perspective to support the implementation and development of New Journeys teams across the state.