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Recognizing & Responding to Early Psychosis for Community Health Providers. Training

Recognizing & Responding to Early Psychosis for Community Health Providers. Training

Date: April 26, 2024
May 13, 2024: 9 am - 3:30 pm
June 07, 2024: 9 am - 3:30 pm

HeadsUp (, is an organization within the University of Pennsylvania,
funded by the PA Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS) specializing in early psychosis.

We offer free professional training, consultation, general education & connection to care for the state of Pennsylvania.

I want to take this opportunity to personally invite you, your colleagues, and any students who might be interested to join HeadsUp for one of our upcoming free live hybrid days of training focusing on
Recognizing & Responding to Early Psychosis for Community Health Providers.

These workshops will take place from 9 am-3:30 pm ET on:

Friday, 4/26/2024 State College, PA at The Graduate State College Hotel, Coaly Ballroom, 125 South Atherton Street State College, PA 16801(REGISTER HERE)

Monday, 5/13/2024 in Philadelphia at the Convene Commerce Square, Sullivan Hub, 2001 Market Street, Sullivan Hub, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Friday, 6/7/2024 Pittsburgh, PA at The Westin, Pittsburgh, Cambria Room, 1000 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (REGISTER HERE)

These events will provide education and training on
screening/identification of early psychosis symptoms and
associated referral resources,
crisis management, and an
overview of current psychopharmacological treatments,
all while considering the impact of social determinants of health.

Our workshop brochure is attached, which provides more detailed information about the sessions – the agenda and content will be the same across all three events.

Providers are encouraged to attend in person if possible
– light refreshments and lunch will be provided to in-person attendees.

The events have a virtual attendance option as well, however, if that is more convenient.

CEs will be provided at no cost for physicians, nurses,
pharmacists, physician assistants, and psychologists,
along with counselors, social workers, family counselors,
and other professionals whose licensing board accepts these credits.
Find out more about CEs here.

Please click here for more information and to register.

Catherine (Cat) Conroy, M.Ed.

Manager, Pennsylvania Early Intervention Center (PEIC) / HeadsUp
Neurodevelopment and Psychosis Section, Department of Psychiatry
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
10th floor, Gates Pavilion, HUP
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Work Cell: 215-687-3429

Watch our new “A Look Inside Early Psychosis Care in Pennsylvania” video!