Bryan Stiles is a Research Study Coordinator with the Evidence Based Practices for Adults' team. His work is primarily focused on first episode psychosis (FEP) program development initiatives, evaluation of the Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) team network throughout Washington State, and the implementation and evaluation of a new Assertive Community Treatment + Illness Management & Recovery (ACT+IMR) intervention. Bryan graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and completed post-baccalaureate coursework in Psychology at the University of Washington. He previously worked with Kate Comtois, PhD assisting on several clinical trials evaluating interventions with populations at high-risk for suicide. He plans to apply to PhD programs in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on the early identification of individuals at-risk for psychosis as well as the advancement of evidence-based treatments for first episode psychosis.