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Recovery From Early Psychosis Program (REPP) Series: The Importance Of Peer Support Specialists

In this video clip, Morris Goldman, MD, Founder and Director of REPP as well as Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, discusses the integral role of the peer support specialist in assisting an individual experiencing their first episode of psychosis navigate their way through their new world. He is joined by two of his REPP colleagues, Stacy Prokopios, LCSW, Social Work Clinical Leader and Intensive Case Management Leader for REPP, and Lauren Walker, …

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