In My Mind: A Benefit Bringing Awareness to Psychosis

Art Market

An Art Market featuring the creative works of those with lived experience of psychosis who are in treatment here at EPIC-NOLA. They have been working hard preparing for the event and will have plenty of amazing pieces. View our online gallery.

Special Guest Michelle Hammer

Michelle Hammer from Schizophrenic NYC, will be attending as a special guest. Her voice in the lived experience community is invaluable and she will share her journey through recovery. Learn more.

The Kazzettes

Led by the electric MC, Kazee Taylor, and explosive saxophonist, Jake Peffer, The Kazzettes are also backed by a hand-picked cast of talented New Orleans musicians, dancers, sound and lights technicians, design experts, and more! Learn more.

Musical Guest Raph and the Rotation

Raph and the Roation will be making their debut at our event, hailing from New Orleans. They are a full non-binary power pop quartet. Learn more.

FPHSA FEP Family Meeting

Join NAMI at their new New Orleans location. We are fortunate to have them just around the corner from us now and look forward to working together.

In My Mind

A benefit bringing awareness to psychosis. An extraordinary night of art and music exploring recovery from psychosis which is often misunderstood and stigmatized. The evening will feature artistic endeavors from those with lived experiences of psychosis including live painting, spoken word poetry, and an art gallery with artwork available for purchase. Live musical performances by The Nabil Muquit Quartet and DJ Josua Veal. Plus check out our CALM VR experience!

  • Food and open bar with signature cocktails.
  • Tickets including alcohol: $150 per person
  • Tickets not including alcohol: $100 per person

Clinic Open House

Thursday, January 31st, 2018 4:00-6:30pm
4000 Bienville Street, Suite G New Orleans, LA 70119

Please join us in celebrating the opening of the new Tulane Doctors Specialty Psychiatry Clinic Mid-City. This clinic is led by Dr. Ashley Weiss and is a partnership between Tulane University Medical Group and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Two specialty programs are located at the clinic, one for first-episode psychosis and the other for peripartum mental health.

Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic (EPIC)

A specialty program that provides coordinated specialty care for people who have been experiencing psychosis for less than 3 years. The goal is to help adolescents and young adults understand, manage, and cope with psychosis experiences in order to get back to their everyday lives. Learn more.

Dr. Ashley Weiss, Serena Chaudhry, DSW, Michael Dyer, LPC, Ashleigh Castro, LPC-S, Doug Headrick, LPC, Jane Lefkowitz, MSW, Grinasha Dillon

We hope you’ll join us to learn more, meet our staff & celebrate the accomplishment.