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Category: Family Education & Support

Expressed Emotion in Family Systems – FEP ECHO

Danelle Hupp presents at our recent First Episode Psychosis ECHO session. For more information about NEOMED’s First Episode Psychosis ECHO program, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/pr…

The information shared during this presentation solely represent the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Involving Young Family Members in Care

Danelle Hupp, PhD, presented on this topic at the August 16, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. To view the NEOMED Project ECHO playlists, visit https://www.youtube.com/@NEOMEDProjec…

For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/

The information shared during this presentation solely represents the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Integrating Compassion Focused Therapy Approaches within CBTp

Harry Sivec, PhD, presented on this topic at the July 19, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/
The information shared during this presentation solely represents the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Emotion Regulation and Psychosis

Valerie Kreider, PhD, presented on this topic at the June 21, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/
The information shared during this presentation solely represents the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Self-Care & Resilience

Danelle Hupp, PhD, presented on this topic at the May 17, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/
The information shared during this presentation solely represents the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Adolescent Onset Schizophrenia

Valerie Kreider, PhD, presented on this topic at the April 19, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/
The information shared during this presentation solely represent the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Considerations For A Culturally Informed Approach to Treatment

Danelle Hupp, PhD, presented on this topic at the February 15, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. This presentation will review the important role that cultural humility and cultural competence play in a family systems-based approach to treatment. Considerations for how to approach assessment and engagement from a culturally-informed perspective are provided.

Religion, Spirituality, and Psychosis

Provides a brief overview of religious and spiritual coping for individuals who experience psychosis, assessment strategies, involvement of natural supports, and strategies informed by CBTp. Harry Sivec PhD, presented on this topic at the January 18, 2023, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/ The information shared during this presentation solely represent the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.

Recovery Oriented Decisions for Relative’s Support (REORDER): A Structured Approach to Engaging Loved Ones

Danelle Hupp, PhD, presented on this topic at the November 16, 2022, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis & Family Systems iECHO session. For more information about Project ECHO at NEOMED, visit https://www.neomed.edu/projectecho/.
The information shared during this presentation solely represent the opinions and expertise of the presenter and are not those of Northeast Ohio Medical University unless expressly stated otherwise.