Videos from the November ISPS-US Conference

We had a great conference this past November in Portland Oregon!  In case you missed it, below are some links to a few of the presentations that got recorded and released onto YouTube.

You might want to start with the keynote presentation, “Sick or Gifted? Bridging the Connection Between Mental Health Issues and Spirituality” by Gogo Ekhaya Esima:

Here are the other presentations:

Developing and Implementing Radical Peer Support in Specialized Early Psychosis Programs, with Nev Jones, PhD & Sascha DuBrul, MSW

The EASA Model of Coordinated Specialty Care for Early Psychosis: Shared Experience Informing Recovery with Ryan Melton, PhD, LPC, ACS, Nybelle Caruso, Natalie Cohrs, Michael Haines & Michelle Roberts

Experts by Experience Plenary, a variety of personal stories and reflections, with
Casadi “Khaki” Marino, PhD, LCSW, Michael Haines, Denise Maratos, EdM & Jennifer Hanley, DNP

Families: A Vital Link to Recovery, with Pat Wright, MEd, Cynthia Rubin Brown, PsyD, MFT, Georgia Case, Anne Marie DiGiacomo, LCSW & Jason Jones

Intentional Intersectionality in Early Psychosis Program Development, with Melissa D. Weise, MSW, LICSW & Julie R. Bermant, RN, MSN, APRN

That’s only some of the cool stuff you can find on our YouTube channel!  We encourage you to subscribe to that channel, so you never miss the new videos that get posted there.

About Ron Unger

I am a licensed clinical social worker and therapist who works with people diagnosed with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, using a respectful and skill building approach called cognitive therapy for psychosis. I also talk and teach seminars related to this approach. You can read more about me and about how I became interested in this field by going to my blog,, and clicking on the tab "about Ron Unger."
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