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 University of New York, 2015

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Applying the Project ECHO Model to Support Implementation and Sustainment of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis.
(2023 Jun 29)
J Contin Educ Health Prof
Kopelovich SL, Blank J, McCain C, Hughes M, Strachan E

Effects of Online Distance Learning on Violence Risk Knowledge and Competencies.
(2023 Jun)
J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 51(2): 247-254
Kopelovich SL, Olson J, Michaelsen K, Wasser T

Sequential mixed method evaluation of the acceptability, feasibility, and appropriateness of cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis stepped care.
(2022 Nov 5)
BMC Health Serv Res 22(1): 1322
Kopelovich SL, Maura J, Blank J, Lockwood G

Developing the Workforce of the Digital Future: Leveraging Technology to Train Community-Based Mobile Mental Health Specialists.
(2022 Aug 3)
J Technol Behav Sci
Buck B, Kopelovich SL, Tauscher JS, Chwastiak L, Ben-Zeev D

Measuring practitioner attitudes toward psychosis and recovery: Exploratory factor analysis of the Psychosis Attitudes Scale.
(2022 Sep)
Psychiatr Rehabil J 45(3): 273-279
Kopelovich SL, Stiles B, Hallgren KA, Kreider V, Hrouda DR, Sivec HJ

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