Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 50th Annual Convention

Oct 30, 2016

The UW project team presented The History and Future of Dissemination of CBT for Psychosis in Community Mental Health in Washington State:  Implications for US Sustainability at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) 50th Annual Convention in New York City, New York. The team introduced the CBTp Stepped Care Model to the broader scholarly communitt. The presentation was well-received by members of the scholarly community and led to helpful networking with other implementation scientists. One audience member, a diplomat of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, remarked “We have a new gold standard in CBT for psychosis dissemination and implementation.”

Left to Right: Roselyn Peterson, Research Coordinator, Maria Monroe-DeVita, Assistant Professor, MacKenzie Hughes, Research Assistant, Sarah Kopelovich, Principal Investigator, Piper Meyer-Kalos, CBTp Consultant, Corinne Cather, CBTp Consultant, Jeffery Roskelley, Trainer and Consultant

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