Online Tutorial: Facilitating Meaningful Engagement of Young People and Their Families in Early Intervention Programs

This resource was selected by SMI Adviser content partners and approved by the SMI Adviser clinical expert team for inclusion in the knowledge base.

This web-based course is designed for clinicians and providers (including therapists, case managers, prescribers, and peer and family support specialists) working in early psychosis programs. The course is grounded in dozens of in-depth interviews with early-intervention clients and former clients, parents, and community-based providers, and it features nine characters whose stories are all derived from actual interviews. The overarching aim is to increase providers’ awareness of and ability to respond to diverse stakeholder perspectives on early psychosis, including the perspectives of members of underrepresented socioeconomic, racial/ethnic, and cultural minority groups.

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