Since 2013, the Institute has hosted several behavioral health integration workshops, conferences and events - they are listed below. If you would like to be notified when we schedule additional sessions like these, please complete this form. We will also add you to our email list, where we announce training opportunities related to behavioral health and more. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Primary Care Behavioral Health – Integrating a Behavioral Health Consultant
into the Primary Care Team
In the fall of 2013, more than 140 physicians, behavioral health professionals and administrative staff from more than 40 clinics throughout Oregon participated in a weeklong training series on integrating behavioral health in primary care settings. The comprehensive training series was led by Patricia J. Robinson, PhD, of Mountainview Consulting Group, a national expert on brief, evidenced-based behavioral health interventions designed for health care team members in primary care settings.
The training was based upon a Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) Toolkit, which the trainers have made available through the Institute website.
- PCBH Implementation Kit Library
- Primary Care Behavioral Health Introduction Slides - Day 1
- Tools for Behavioral Health Interventions
- Tools for Behavioral Health Interventions Library
- Brief Intervention Competencies
Access recordings of the first day of training:
- Overview of PCBH Model & Evidence
- Examples of Clinic Launch and PCBH Implementation
- Community Health Centers of Lane County's Experience
- Discussion on the PCBH Model
- PCBH Toolkit & Program Basics
- PCBH Outcome Tools, Chart Notes & Program Evaluation
Focused Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (FACT) Workshop
In the spring of 2016, behavioral health providers from across Oregon gathered for a two-day workshop to learn basic Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT) assessment and intervention skills, presented by Dr. Patricia Robinson and Dr. Kirk Strosahl of Mountainview Consulting Group. FACT is a brief, powerful, contextual behavioral intervention approach rooted in the three principles of acceptance, mindfulness and values based change. Clinicians are being faced with the ever growing pressures of how to optimize client outcomes with as few treatment sessions as possible; FACT is useful for clinicians who work in settings that require brief interventions, such as hospitals, jails, primary care clinics, and some mental health clinics. Find out more here.
Please visit our Behavioral Health Integration Resource Library for more great behavioral health resources, including interviews, webinars, toolkits, screeners and more.
If you have additional questions about the behavioral health integration learning events or the resource library please contact us.