Elizabeth O’Callaghan, BA, CADC, has been working in the behavioral health field for over 20 years. She earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology from Montclair State University, and her Certification in Alcohol and Drug Counseling from Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies. Currently she is working toward completion of a master's degree at Rutgers University Bloustein School, in Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Executive Leadership. She has extensive experience navigating and collaborating with a variety of systemic and supportive services across the life span. Beginning her career with adults she provided psychosocial rehabilitation in a Club House model, she then transitioned to care management engaging children and families using a strength-based wrap around model and returning to Acute Partial Hospital programming, delivering evidenced based practices in a group and individual setting. Additionally, Elizabeth, has provided activity therapy with older adults and Alzheimer's diagnoses for the last 15 years in a long-term setting. She has developed an expertise in the application of evidence-based practices in real world settings and is well versed in providing the delivery of Illness, Management and Recovery (IMR) to adults with major mental illness (including co-occurring), individually and in groups, as well as teaching IMR to fellow colleagues. Elizabeth joined the TAC, as a training and consultation specialist for Illness Management and Recovery in 2019 and continues to train on foundational intervention strategies and evidence-based practices.