The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a formidable challenge to care continuity for community mental health clients with serious mental illness. Providers have had to quickly pivot the modes of delivering critical services. What does this look like for practitioners who are delivering cognitive behavioral therapeutic (CBT) interventions for psychosis? This hour-long webinar serves to help practitioners consider critical intervention targets and high-yield motivational, cognitive, and behavioral strategies that are amenable to telephonic encounters, telehealth, or digital accompaniment. The strategies that were selected are appropriate for delivery in any combination of the above-mentioned modalities. Companion clinical tip sheets and self-directed CBT for psychosis learning resources will be provided to webinar participants.
Certificates of completion are available to those who attend at least 30 minutes of the live webinar.
Sarah Kopelovich, PhD is an Assistant Professor and holds an endowed professorship in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She directs the Northwest CBT for Psychosis Provider Network, and is a founding member of the North American CBT for Psychosis Network.
Note: This is the second session of the Clinical Innovations in Telehealth Learning Series, a weekly online series targeting high-priority clinical issues for providers using telehealth. For more information on the series and other upcoming sessions, please click here.
Note: CEUs are not available for these sessions.