Developing a digital training resource for clinicians learning CBT for psychosis (CBTpro)

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This project aims to develop and test a digital health resource to provide training and feedback to community mental health clinicians aiming to learn CBT for psychosis (CBTpro). Following the development and iterative testing of the CBTpro prototype, we will recruit 100 community mental health providers and 300 clients with psychosis from two large, publicly-funded community mental health agencies, and randomize them to receive either CBTpro or typical training resources. Following the intervention period, we will examine clinician CBT adherence and competency as well as patient psychotic symptoms.


Project Period:
April 1, 2020 December 31, 2020

Funder(s):
NIMH

Geographic Area(s):
Washington

Practice Type(s):
Community Mental Health Center/Faith Health Center

Patient Population(s):
Adults

Targeted Condition(s):
Serious Mental Illness