Behavioral Health Training Academy: Part 2



Presenter: Eboni Winford, PhD

This program is designed for behavioral health clinicians who are working in integrated care settings. It expands on behavioral health competencies involved in implementing an effective behavioral health practice in a population-based primary care setting. The training will offer opportunities to practice strategies for successful behavioral health integration as well as the application of behavioral health competencies across a breadth of clinical presentations. Topics include but are not limited to addiction medicine, essential elements of clinical interventions, strategic dosing of clinical encounters, and practice management and clinical decision-making.

Specific learning objectives:

1. Describe three (3) tips and strategies to build key relationships, increase BHC utilization, communicate effectively, and document efficiently.
2. Describe and apply three (3) clinical interventions that work well in primary care settings.
3. Describe the importance of clinical triaging and strategic dosing of clinical encounters.

Program Code: BHTA
Credits: 6
Fees: Free without lunch; $15 with lunch


  • When

  • Saturday, March 24, 2018
    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • William James College
    1 Wells Avenue
    Newton, Massachusetts 02459

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