Our Vision & Mission

Our Vision A system of care free from stigma and structural barriers where youth and young adults with psychosis and their families can get the support they need when they need it. Our Mission  M-PATH’s mission is to partner with youth, young adults, and their families to improve access to psychosis services in Massachusetts and…

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What is Psychosis?

Psychosis is commonly misunderstood, and may be more common than you think, given that around 3-5% of individuals will experience psychosis in their lifetime.  Psychosis is not a diagnosis. Psychosis is a term that describes a number of experiences that cause distress, may be disorienting, and make it challenging to tell what is real and not…

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Henry White

Henry White, M.D. Founder & Lead Consultant — M-PATH Dr. Henry White is an award-winning clinical psychiatrist, who has led the Brookline Center’s clinical services as the Clinical Director since 1984. He has founded many programs within the Center, including the BRYT program and Healthy Lives Program. As the Clinical Director of the BRYT program…

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Emily Kline

Emily Kline, Ph.D. Consultant – M-PATH Dr. Emily Kline is involved in MPATH as an advisor and consultant. She is a clinical psychologist, writer, and assistant professor at Boston University School of Medicine. She created Motivational Interviewing for Loved Ones, a simplified motivational interviewing curriculum for family caregivers and The School of Hard Talks Online, a free e-course for…

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Emily Gagen

Emily Gagen, Ph.D Director – M-PATH Emily Gagen, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist at the Brookline Community Mental Health Center. She is the director of the Massachusetts Psychosis Access and Triage Hub (M-PATH) and is also a member of the team at the Center for Early Detection, Assessment, and Response to Risk (CEDAR). She…

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Supporting someone who is experiencing psychosis can be challenging. We believe that support for family members and friends whose loved one is suffering is essential in the recovery process. Below are some resources that may be supportive while you are seeking ongoing care for your loved one. Self-Care Resources Tools for relief Learn from family…

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James Green

James Green, B.A. Data Coordinator — M-PATH James Green B.A. is the Data Coordinator at M-PATH. He supports the M-PATH program with database development, protocol development, data analytics, and reporting to key-stake holders. James began his career in mental health research and clinical practice during his undergraduate degree in psychology at Lesley University, where he…

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