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September 18, 2017

Early Episode Psychosis: Detection & Intervention

This workshop will provide information and statistics related to psychotic illness. Dr. Kristin Candan and Dr. Kristen Risola will also explore the ramifications of untreated psychosis, identification of prodromal and first episode symptoms, introduction of CBT skills, and other information.

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October 7, 2017

Change Your Mind, Change Your Life: with Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child

SAVE THE DATE: Part of National Mental Health Awareness Week. 2:00 pm, Suffolk County Community College, Grant Campus, Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood, NY 11717 (Doors open at 1:00pm). For sponsorship opportunities, contact Mayra Spruill at 631-471-7242 ext. 1305 or mspruill@mhaw.org.

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September 29, 2017

Youth and Digital Media: A Toolkit for Mental Health Professionals

Join Dr. Pamela Hurst-Della Pietra as she presents her research and moderates a panel of researchers and clinicians to present on the state of current research on the understanding of digital media's influence on children and adolescents psychological, emotional, social and behavioral development.

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October 14, 2017

7th Annual Chili Cook-Off and Fall Festival

Enjoy diverse, delicious, and creative meat and vegan chili dishes from local food establishments, area businesses, and local talent. It's a fun-filled afternoon with one-of-a-kind vendors, food, beverages, and children’s games. Proceeds benefit people impacted by mental illness and Veterans.

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Dr. Anthony Verga Joins Staff of MHAW

Prompts expansion of services to Suffolk residents, including Veterans with mental health and substance use challenges. Dr. Verga brings nearly 40 years of clinical expertise working with Veterans and people affected by addiction and substance use disorders.

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Peer Support Goes Mobile

MHAW is partnering with a tech firm to better reach those pursuing recovery from emotional distress — including Veterans — on Long Island. According to C.E.O. Michael Stoltz, “We hope to reach people who need help and support by utilizing the same technology that has enabled their isolation."

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Stoltz Elected Co-Chair of Regional Mental Health Consortium

MHAW C.E.O. Michael Stoltz will help facilitate collaboration that promotes problem solving and system improvement for the integration of mental health, addiction treatment services, and physical healthcare in Nassau County and Suffolk County.

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