Dr. Shannon Blajeski recently published an article titled, Family support, forming careers, and breaking the disability mindset: implications for addressing structural barriers to employment pathways in coordinated specialty care for first-episode psychosis in Social Work in Mental Health.  This paper is the first from her 2018 critical case design study with young adults who were 5.7 years post Coordinated Specialty Care treatment and reviews a subset of results showing that family support and expectation, disability narratives from mental health professionals, realities of the modern labor market, and university disability support strongly impacted employment, education and disability trajectories for the sample. Take a closer look at Dr. Blajeski’s findings here.