Dr. Tessa Chesher is an associate clinical professor at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She is dually board-certified in general psychiatry as well as child and adolescent psychiatry. She received her general psychiatry training at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine and her child and adolescent psychiatry training at Tulane University School of Medicine where she also completed a Harris Fellowship in Infant and Early Childhood Psychiatry. Dr. Chesher’s professional interests include infant and early childhood mental health, early childhood trauma, and pediatric consultation-liaison psychiatry.
Using Project ECHO to Improve Mental Health Care for Oklahoma’s Children
- Describe the current state of mental health for Oklahoma’s children.
- Review the history of Project ECHO and how it is being used in the mental health field.
- Discuss ways that Project ECHO can be helpful to your practice.
- Summarize how to participate in Oklahoma State University’s Project ECHOs that focus on the mental health of children ages 0-18