Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   How to Join
Early Intervention in Psychosis
View Registrations Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend

Early Intervention in Psychosis


When: Friday, January 25th
Registration and Networking starts at 9:30 AM, Presentation runs from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Where: Springfield Country Club
8301 Old Keene Mill Road
Springfield, Virginia  22152
United States
Marla Zometsky, LPC, CSAC
Melat Johnson

Registration Information
Online registration is closed.

Related Products

Early Intervention in Psychosis

-1.5 Credit Hours

Marla Zometsky, LPC, CSAC and Andrea Borrelli, NCC, LMHP-R

Registration Costs

Early bird pricing ends the Sunday before the Event. Regular pricing is until the day before the event.

Early Bird
Regular At The Door
Members Clinical/General $ 25
$ 35
$ 45
Student/Resident/Retired $ 20
$ 30
$ 40
Non-Members All Categories
$ 50
$ 60
$ 70


Register online at any time.

Checks are only accepted on the day of the event. If you wish to secure a discount, you must register online and pay with a credit card.

Walk-in registrations will be accepted on the day of the event starting at 9:30 AM.

Refund, Cancellation, and Inclement Weather Polices.
To cancel, please call or email 48 hours in advance or you will be charged for the event. If NVLPC cancels an event, you will be refunded the cost of the event. During inclement weather NVLPC will host the event as scheduled; events will only be cancelled in circumstances when the federal government shuts down due to inclement weather.


About the Event:

This presentation will provide an overview of the signs and symptoms of psychosis, including differential diagnosis. We will discuss ways to inquire about, explore and provide support to individuals experiencing psychosis. The presentation will highlight early intervention in psychosis and discuss strategies used in assessment, treatment and engagement of individuals experiencing the onset of psychosis and support to their families. 


Earn 1.5 Contact Hours for attending this event.

About the Presenter:

Marla Zometsky has been a clinician with the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB) for 11 years. She is currently the Manager of the CSB’s Wellness, Health Promotion & Prevention program.


In 2015 lead the implementation of the Turning Point program, a Coordinated Specialty Care program for individuals between 16-25 years of age who have experienced the onset of psychosis. During this time, the program was selected to be included in a SAMSHA evaluation study on how CSC programs increase access to essential services and improve client outcomes. Ms. Zometsky previously served as a senior clinician with the CSB’s Intensive Case Management team, supporting homeless adults with serious mental illness. In addition, she has experience working in a residential substance abuse program for adolescent males, providing services through a school-based mental health program and facilitating cultural-adjustment workshops for immigrants and refugees. She is a CSB facilitator for Mental Health First Aid and represents the CSB on the Trauma-Informed Community Network. 


Ms. Zometsky is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a certified substance abuse counselor. She earned a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Counseling and Development from George Mason University and a Master of Public Health (MPH) from George Washington University. She also completed a certificate from the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, Global Mental Health: Trauma and Recovery.


Before entering the mental health field, she worked as a U.S. Senate staff member and later as a program officer with a nonprofit where supported good governance programs in West Africa.



Andrea Borrelli, NCC, LMHP-R, is a resident in counseling with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Marymount University. She has been working in the field of counseling for three years with experience working with youth and families, substance use, trauma, and early-intervention for psychosis. Andrea recently joined the Fairfax County Youth and Family team as a Senior Clinician after coming from Turning Point, where she acted as a clinician and case manager for 16-25 year olds experiencing their first episode of psychosis. During her time with Turning Point, Andrea worked closely with the Coordinated Specialty Care team to provide direct support to individuals and families in an individual therapy, family therapy, group, and, at times, community-based setting.


Networking Notice: 

As part of our networking opportunities, we invite all members to bring their marketing materials to display, and/or to introduce themselves during our 2-minute introductions. Please let us know that you are interested when you RSVP.

NVLPC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6130. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NVLPC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.


« Go to Upcoming Event List
Sign In


Board Meeting- West

NVLPC Members, request to join our Yahoo Group here!