EASA Staff Trainings

Upcoming EASA Center for Excellence Trainings

If you're not sure which trainings you have already attended, or you have any other questions or feedback, please contact us at easa@ohsu.edu.

All EASA Trainings are being held online as a precaution for COVID-19.
Attendance for online trainings is capped at 20 people or fewer to support effective training on an online platform.
Registrations are therefore filling up quickly. If you receive a "registration is now full" message while signing up, please email Halley Knowles (knowlesh@ohsu.edu) for waitlist options.

EASA Introductory Training (Online)

The EASA Introductory Training Modules are now available 24/7 for new EASA Team members!
Instead of the 3-part webinar recording, the Introductory Modules now provide introductory training for new EASA staff. Complete the eleven modules on the EASA Introductory Training Modules page. Each module has a knowledge-check quiz at the end for 1 CEU.

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Family Psychoeducation / Multi-Family Group Training

This training demonstrates how to support and educate EASA families, and facilitate single- and multi-family groups.

NON-FACILITATORS can watch the Family Psychoed./MFG Overview Webinar on the
Family Psychoed./ MFG Training page and pass the knowledge-check quiz for credit.

To become a Facilitator for your team's Multi-Family Groups, you must attend a live webinar overview session followed by a live webinar Facilitation Skills Training session. Each EASA Team must have 2 trained MFG Facilitators on staff.

Session dates: Live Overview & Skills Training FOR FACILITATORS

Differential Diagnosis & SCID/CFI Training

Day 1 - For ALL early psychosis intervention team members: Differential Diagnosis Overview with Structured Clinical Interview for the DSM-5 (SCID)/Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia (K-SADS)
Day 2 - For Master's level clinicians in screening and assessment roles: Practice using the SCID diagnostic tool and Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI) tool.


Structured Interview for Psychosis-Risk Syndromes (SIPS) Training

For Master's level clinicians in screening roles: Practice using the SIPS diagnostic tool.