Emerging policy changes are encouraging adoption of a team-based approach to healthcare, yet most healthcare professionals receive little training in how to practice integrated care. Basics of Behavioral Health in Primary Care is a playbook for mental health and medical professionals to share in addressing behavioral health concerns in primary care. Concise and practical, this clinically-focused book addresses the needs of a diverse group of healthcare providers, as well as students preparing for careers in the rapidly changing landscape of healthcare.
Patti Robinson is a pioneer in integrated behavioral health. In her work as a researcher, clinician, and teacher, she has helped to transform healthcare in community health centers, military clinics, commercial systems, and public health departments. She has published numerous articles and book chapters. This is her third book on primary care behavioral health services, written to assure that the movement toward advanced primary care surges forward-with the fuel of behavioral science.
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