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Sabrina Ereshefsky, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist,
Department of Psychiatry, University of California, Davis

Dr. Sabrina Ereshefsky is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Assessment Training Director of the UC Davis Early Psychosis Program, where she provides training, supervision, assessment services, and oversight of quality management. She received her Ph.D. in Human Services/Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship at University of Arizona's Early Psychosis Intervention Center (EPICenter), and finished her clinical training as a post-doctoral fellow at UC Davis’ Early Psychosis Program under the mentorship of Dr. Tara Niendam. Dr. Ereshefsky supports the EPI-CAL project under the LHCN and TTA arms: 1) her quantitative research focuses on understanding provider and organization level characteristics that may impact implementation and uptake of Beehive (e.g., burnout, stigma and recovery beliefs), 2) she contributes to Beehive trainings to support clinic staff improve data driven care and find utility in clinical data, 3) her early qualitative project efforts have informed later components of the LHCN including the development of the EULA, Beehive platform, and outcome measures selected, and 4) she brings her assessment training expertise to the TTA Assessment Consultation Team. Dr. Ereshefsky also supports a 4-year SAMHSA initiative called “Sacramento Clinical high-risk Intervention for Psychosis Stepped-Care (SCIP Step)” Project, which will increase capacity of Sacramento County Community Mental Health (CMH) services to implement clinical high-risk for psychosis (CHRp) evidence-based stepped-care treatment within community youth mental health programs.