Integrated Behavioral Health Workshops: A Three-part Series
Three Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care workshops will take place June 3, June 24, and July 15, 2017. The workshops are open to health care professionals and those interested in providing integrated behavioral care. Registration is required to attend.
Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care Series
- Saturday, June 3: Motivational Interviewing and Other Strategies for Health Behavior Change
- Saturday, June 24: Brief Interventions for Addressing Mental Health Disorders in Primary Care
- Saturday, July 15: Stress Management and Coping Skills for Patients with Medical Conditions
Workshops are from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The cost is $120 per each session or $300 for all three. IDPR credits for psychologists, social workers, and counselors are available. ISBE credits are also available. Lunch will be provided. Call (309) 438-5629 to register.
- learn about the practice of integrated behavior health care (IBH).
- gain knowledge about common presenting concerns in primary care and IBH-compatible interventions.
- practice strategies to promote health and well-being in three types of referrals for behavioral health services.
- Health Behavior Change (i.e. weight management, smoking cessation, lifestyle changes, sleep problems)
- Psychiatric Disorders (i.e., anxiety, depression, ADHD)
- Acute & Chronic Illness & Injury (i.e., cardiac, pain, diabetes, gastrointestinal)
- acquire knowledge about health disparities, the role of cultural competence, and work with vulnerable and underserved populations in primary care.
- gain exposure to inter-professional collaboration.
Brenda Huber, PhD, ABPP, serves as the Director of the Psychological Services Center at Illinois State University and the Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium. She is currently funded by the Central Illinois Area Health Education Center and the Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation to train professionals for integrated behavioral health practice in primary care settings and to provide systems consultation to rural communities developing children’s mental health services. In addition to supervising others practicing in schools and primary care, she engages in clinical work informed by developmental, cognitive-behavioral, and systems theories. Her interests include promoting trauma-informed, culturally competent and socially responsible service delivery and exploring avenues by which research and practice can influence public policy.
The Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care Series was originally established through a grant from Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation, and is funded in part by the Central Illinois Area Health Education Center.