Community-Based Mental Health Care at IPS

IPS is a collaborative meeting for all mental health clinicians—including psychiatrists, social workers, advanced practice & psychiatric nurses, counselors and psychologists—about how to more effectively serve our patients & communities.

From topics like collaborative & interdisciplinary care to diversity and health equity, and a special pre-conference on early psychosis, attendees will find relevant education among 80+ sessions.


 

The Role of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in the Evolving Health Care System: Past, Present, & Future

Improving Access Through a Proactive Behavioral Health Team's Collaborative Consultation Model

 
 

The Intersection of Serious Mental Illness and Opioid Use Disorder: Treatment Innovation within the Community Mental Health Center Setting

Treating Intellectual and Developmental Disability Across the Life Cycle: Collaborative Care Models to Improve Behavioral and Primary Care Outcomes

 

Explore the 2019 Meeting Theme

IMPROVING ACCESS THROUGH INNOVATION & COLLABORATION

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Community Psychiatry
Collaborative & Interdisciplinary Care
Substance Use & Addiction
Diversity & Health Equity

 

 

Early Psychosis Pre-Conference

The Second National Conference on Advancing Early Psychosis Care

Wednesday, Oct. 2  |  Sheraton New York Times Square

Register Today


A one-day, clinically focused pre-conference on innovative early psychosis care

APA, NIMH, SAMHSA, and SMI Adviser are partnering with PEPPNET (Psychosis-Risk and Early Psychosis Program Network) to bring together a diverse group of speakers, including national experts in coordinated specialty care implementation comprised of: clinical experts, mental health policy leaders, and people who themselves have experienced psychosis and recovery. The pre-conference will explore the theme: The Complexities of Real-World Care.

 

What People Are Saying About IPS

 

This conference is essential to [clinicians] working to address social justice, stigma, advocacy, community mental health, and underserved populations. It is the perfect size to allow for networking and partnership."

As a mental health advocate, I really enjoyed [IPS] and learned a lot. There was a good balance of updates to the field of psychiatry but also a lot of information regarding the field of mental health. As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), it was very enriching. I appreciate the reduced cost for the mental health providers because we need to access this information as well."

The collaborative energy was palpable and the topics covered where very helpful. I had difficulty choosing what to attend because I wanted to go to so many presentations."

 

 

Hear from Experts in Psychiatric Mental Health, Nursing and Social Work


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Laura Kelly, Ph.D., R.N., A.P.N., PMHCNS-BC

Director, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program
Columbia University School of Nursing

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Candice Knight, Ed.D., Ph.D., A.P.N.

Director, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program
NYU College of Nursing

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Barbara R. Sprung, D.N.P., R.N.

Director, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program
Stony Brook University School of Nursing