Date(s) - Monday, March 9th, 2020
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
**THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. More information about a new date and time will be online as soon as it is available.**
This Global Mental Health University Seminar will be a series of presentations and discussion about the importance of including service user perspectives in research and programming for mental health. Dr. Corinna Hackman, Dr. Margaret Swarbrick, and Dr. Kathleen Pike will each present research in this area, and then a panel discussion will be led by Jody Silver, former director of Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey, Inc, a peer led not-for-profit organization that provides flexible, community-based services to promote responsibility, recovery and wellness for people with the lived experience of behavioral health conditions.
This talk will be held in the 6th Floor Board Room of the New York State Psychiatric Institute at 1051 Riverside Drive.