Beyond training, Early Psychosis Intervention providers, whether on CSC teams or in private practices, need support in order to promote the best possible client-centered outcome-focused services.  We provide consultation and support to providers in the following ways:

Monthly Medical Staff Support Calls

Facilitated by Diana Perkins, MD, MPH, these video conference calls connect CSC and EPI medical provider staff for monthly topic reviews and medically-specific case consults.

To request inclusion on these calls, please contact Rachael Royal at

Monthly Team Case Conference Calls (CSC teams only)

Facilitated by Sylvia Saade, LCSW, Ph.D, these video conference calls connect CSC teams across North Carolina for team-based case reviews and collaborative learning dialogues.

To request inclusion on these calls, please contact Rachael Royal at

Monthly Psychotherapy Case Conference Calls

Facilitated by David Penn, Ph.D, these video conference calls connect CSC and EPI psychotherapists for monthly topic reviews and psychotherapy-specific case consults.

To request inclusion on these calls, please contact Rachael Royal at

On-Demand “Trainer Talk” Webinars

Facilitated by James McCracken, LCSW, MSW, these quarterly live cast webinars invite CSC and EPI providers, as well as generalist mental health providers from all over the world to listen to brief presentations by some of the masters in Early Psychosis Services. Viewers are encouraged to ask questions for the facilitator to use in interviewing the guest lecturer.

To request inclusion on these webinars or access them on-demand, please sign-up here ______

NC Early Psychosis Intervention Services Internet Consultation Forum

Moderated by the NC Program for Early Psychosis Interventions, this internet bulletin board messaging system allows for CSC and EPI providers to communicate through the internet about questions, challenges, and thoughts they have in the work of providing Early Psychosis Services.

To request permission to access and use the Forum, please sign up here: https://groups.google.com/d/forum/early-psychosis-interventions