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Webinar: Lessons Learned and the Potential Transformation of Specialized Early Psychosis Services

February 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm


This webinar will explore contemporary practices in specialized early psychosis services with an emphasis on service gaps in the areas of trauma, ethnic/racial disparities/cultural humility, and peer support. The presenters will cover current practice innovations and describe an agenda for increased peer leadership and transformative change within early intervention.



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Nev Jones 


Nev Jones, PhD is the director of research for Felton Institute’s Client Center Outcomes Research in Public Mental Health and for Felton’s Prevention and Early Intervention in Psychosis programs.  She is also a board member of the Bay Area Hearing Voices Network and longtime HVN organizer.


Dina Tyler is the Director of Peer and Family Support for Felton Institute’s Prevention and Early Intervention programs, and co-founder and board member of the Bay Area Hearing Voices Network.   Dina Tyler


B. Bonner    B. Bonner is a peer specialist at Felton Institute’s San Francisco PREP program, where they facilitate peer support groups and coordinate activities and youth engagement.


F. Asha Passalacqua is a peer support specialist for PREP Alameda, through the Mental Health Association of Alameda County. At PREP, he offers individual peer support to participants, facilitates mutual peer support and WRAP groups, and coordinates youth leadership and advocacy opportunities.  

F. Asha Passalacqua




February 24
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm