Attend this live series presented by the University of Washington's SPIRIT (Supporting Psychosis Innovation through Research, Implementation, & Training) Lab. Participate in expert-led instruction and experiential learning focused on aspects of supporting individuals with serious mental illness (SMI) across a range of clinical settings. This series is foundational learning for those new to the field, wanting a refresher on best practices and/or teams who aim to improve their approach.
This event is co-sponsored by the Washington State Health Care Authority.
-8 weekly sessions are offered on Fridays 9-11am Pacific from April 22 through June 10.
-Each week's topic builds on previous weeks, so only register if you can attend all (or most) of the sessions.
-Two (2) hours of Continuing Education (CE) credits are offered for each session attended.
Questions: For questions about this series or registration please contact Jennifer Blank, Research Study Coordinator with the UW SPIRIT Lab, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By joining this event hosted on Zoom, your name will be visible to other participants, the Northwest MHTTC, and our presenters.
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