Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) Center
The BeST Center's Mission
The mission of the Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) Center is to promote recovery and improve the lives of as many people with schizophrenia as possible by accelerating the adoption of evidence-based and promising practices. To achieve our mission, we work with mental health consumers, family members, expert consultants, policy makers and mental health partners throughout Ohio. To learn more about the BeST Center, please click here.
Stories of Inspiration and Hope
BeST Center News and Activities
New Information Resource Available for First-Episode Psychosis Coordinated Specialty Care
Building Upon Existing Programs and Services to Meet the Needs of Persons Experiencing a First Episode of Psychosis, by BeST Center Director Lon C. Herman, M.A., and Associate Director Vicki Montesano, Ph.D., is available by clicking here. This resource includes practical guidance related to the clinical, financial and operational aspects of implementing coordinated specialty care programs for first-episode psychosis.
FIRST News Update
Check out the latest FIRST programs news in the FIRST News Update.
The BeST Kind of Help: Tools and Tips for Schizophrenia Recovery
The BeST Kind of Help: Tools and Tips for Schizophrenia Recovery is written by individuals with lived experience of schizophrenia in cooperation with the BeST Center. The authors are Karen Curlis, L.S.W, Frederick J. Frese III, Ph.D., Lisa Marie Griffin, Ron Rett and Linda Robinson.
To view the online version of The BeST Kind of Help: Tools and Tips for Schizophrenia Recovery, please click here.
Resource for Family and Friends
The BeST Kind of Help: Tips for Family Members and Friends of Individuals Affected by Schizophrenia, a publication developed by family members with loved ones affected by schizophrenia in consultation with the BeST Center at NEOMED is now available. To download a free copy, please click here.
The Thought Record
The Thought Record is a newsletter for the ever-increasing number of mental health professionals who are using of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis (CBT-p) and Cognitive Behavioral techniques for psychosis (CBt-p). Read the latest edition here.
Most Recent Department of Psychiatry Free Associations Newsletter
Catch up on all the latest BeST Center news and more in the newest edition of Free Associations, the Department of Psychiatry newsletter.
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For the BeST Center's News and Activities Archives, please click here.