Despite the prominent role primary care plays in the prevention of serious and chronic physical health conditions, its role in the early detection of and intervention in major mental health conditions has been peripheral, particularly in the U.S. Existing strategies, generally reliant on community education and help-seeking, continue to identify only a small fraction of
people with psychotic disorders within the critical window associated with best outcomes. Screening for Early Emerging Mental Experiences (SEE ME) is a three-stage psychosis screening, triage, and engagement model designed to address this in U.S. integrated care settings. This workshop will provide an overview of SEE ME, a review of feasibility data and “know the signs, find the words, make the connection” skills, and a chance to hear directly from individuals with lived experience of psychosis and a behavioral health clinician involved in the Maine feasibility project.
Certificate of attendance provided.
For more information contact Dyan Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org.