Sarah Kopelovich, PhD

Personal Statement

I am a clinical psychologist with specialized training in serious mental illness and forensic psychology. I specialize in evidence-based treatments for schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders. My clinical work and research converges on individual-, family-, and systems-level supports to optimize mental health care in both community and residential settings and reduce the likelihood of criminal justice system engagement among individuals with serious mental illness.


Emory University Fellowship, 2015
City College of New York Medical education, 2015

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Remote CBT for Psychosis During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities.
(2021 Jan)
Community Ment Health J 57(1): 30-34
Kopelovich SL, Turkington D

Integration of Clozapine-associated Harm Obsessions into Cognitive Behavioral Conceptualization and Treatment Planning for Thought Broadcasting: A Case Study.
(2020 Jul)
J Psychiatr Pract 26(4): 329-336
Kopelovich SL, Wood K, Cotes RO, Goldsmith DR

Community Mental Health Care Delivery During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Practical Strategies for Improving Care for People with Serious Mental Illness.
(2021 Apr)
Community Ment Health J 57(3): 405-415
Kopelovich SL, Monroe-DeVita M, Buck BE, Brenner C, Moser L, Jarskog LF, Harker S, Chwastiak LA

Preliminary Evaluation of Washington State's Early Intervention Program for First-Episode Psychosis.
(2020 Mar 1)
Psychiatr Serv 71(3): 228-235
Oluwoye O, Reneau H, Stokes B, Daughtry R, Venuto E, Sunbury T, Hong G, Lucenko B, Stiles B, McPherson SM, Kopelovich S, Monroe-DeVita M, McDonell MG

A technology-assisted life of recovery from psychosis.
(2019 Sep 18)
NPJ Schizophr 5(1): 15
Ben-Zeev D, Buck B, Kopelovich S, Meller S

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