The UCSF Path Program (formerly the Early Psychosis Program) is a strength-based comprehensive treatment program for young people and their families who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis. We are focused on empowering, educating, and fostering independence in the recovery process based on resiliency and social skill building in a collaborative treatment team setting.
What is psychosis?
- Positive symptoms: delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking, behavior, emotions, and communication
- Negative symptoms: lack of motivation, lack of being able to feel pleasure, low energy, decreased expressiveness, social withdrawal
- Cognitive symptoms: poor attention, memory problems, poor problem solving, poor social cognition, decreased processing speed
Services we offer
- Individual therapy using CBTp (cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis)
- Individualized resiliency training
- Ongoing family support, education, and case management
- Supportive employment and education
- Multi-family groups
- CBT social skills groups
- Medication management
- Demian Rose, MD, PhD - Medical Director
- Daniel Mathalon, PhD, MD - Attending Medical Doctor
- Gabriella Moreno, LCSW - Recovery Services Director
- Shoshana Green, LMFT - Psychotherapist
- Itzel Lopez, LMFT - Psychotherapist and Intake Coordinator
Questions? Interested in scheduling an appointment?
Please contact Intake Coordinator Itzel Lopez, LMFT, at (415) 476-7278 or firstname.lastname@example.org.