University of Minnesota Discovery Magazine Features NAVIGATE Model

 Piper Meyer-Kalos, Ph.D., executive director of the Minnesota Center for Chemical and Mental Health and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry, was key in developing NAVIGATE. Aimed at early diagnosis and intervention of schizophrenia, the recovery- and strengths-based model, is focused on [participants’] strengths, their goals, and what they want to accomplish. Read more in the Discovery magazine

MNCAMH’s May Webinar “An Overview of the NAVIGATE Model: A Comprehensive Treatment Approach for Persons with First Episode Psychosis” will cover the primary elements of the model and how it works.