Early Intervention in First Episode Psychosis – Info Meeting

Tuesday July 9th
Early Intervention in First Episode Psychosis 
Featuring: Professor Caroline Bonham
Vice-Chair, UNM Psychiatry Dept.
Time: 6-7:30 PM
Location: NAMI Santa Fe Office
313 Camino Alire, #307 Santa Fe, NM
Facebook Live Stream Begins at 6:10 PM

There is emerging evidence that comprehensive intervention services for youth and young adults who experience symptoms of psychosis can alter the course of this serious illness. In this talk, Dr. Bonham will review the early warning signs of psychosis and describe the individual, family, educational and vocation interventions that are helpful in addressing this condition. 

Dr. Bonham is a psychiatrist with an interest in access to care and developing community partnerships. She has worked as a psychiatrist in the United Kingdom and rural Australia and has been on faculty at UNM since 2010. She oversees the Division of Community Behavioral Health in the UNM Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences which addresses health disparities among individuals with mental illness in New Mexico through community partnered research, clinical and educational initiatives.

She also serves as the psychiatric consultant for the New Mexico Behavioral Health Collaborative. Clinically, Dr. Bonham provides direct care through the UNMH Assertive Community Treatment team and to rural communities through the UNM Telebehavioral Health program.