Dr. Oladunni Oluwoye will present “Barriers to family engagement in mental health services for first episode psychosis.”
Dr. Oluwoye is an Assistant Professor in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine at Washington State University. She is also the Co-Director of Washington State’s Center for Excellence in Early Psychosis. Dr. Oluwoye’s research focuses on increasing racial health equity in substance use and mental health treatment, with an emphasis on improving access to treatment and treatment delivery for racial and ethnic minority youth and their families. She currently has a NIMH-funded K01 award that seeks to develop a family engagement intervention for coordinated specialty care programs for first episode psychosis.
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