In this presentation, I will demonstrate that our current mechanism for treating clients of color is steeped in silo’d and convoluted systems that undermine the ability to holistically serve individuals with complex care issues. Further, we will discuss the importance of dismantling many of our existing and occasionally antiquated health configurations and rebuilding them as Integrated Care systems. With mindful attention to the paradigm shift integrating care practices create, we will explore its positive impact on client access and outcomes as well as processes required to transform existing protocols into those cultivated for the unique and wide ranging needs of marginalized clients
This is a bundle of our Integrated Care, Practice Issues, and Healthcare Reform Sessions - please note that some sessions may appear in multiple bundles.
**Previously Recorded from 11/01/2021 through 11/05/2021 - Not a Live Event** Promoting Healing for the Community, Clients and Counselors AMHCA will provide 18.0 CEs total for this all viewers who view all 15 webinars and complete all 15 of the accompanying quizzes with a...
Collaborative integrated teams, staffed with medical personnel and MHCs, can provide comprehensive patient-centered care that addresses client issues from a biopsychosocial perspective
Third wave assessment techniques encourage clinicians to apply knowledge about risk factors to specific threat scenarios communicated within client-counselor relationships and integrate clinical judgment and the best available science third wave assessment entails the use of professional and clinical judgment and empirically developed risk assessment tools (e.g., the Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY). Winer and Halgin believe third wave assessment integrates the best components of first wave (clinical judgment) and second wave (evidence-based assessment tools) to provide mental health professionals with the best tools to aid in violence risk reduction
Medical family therapy is discussed as a potential direction for counseling practice so that counselors may have a framework for working with other health-care professionals to help address food-allergic adult clients' psychosocial needs
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