The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the urgent need for the coordinated provision of both primary and behavioral health services. Beyond the medical impact, this public health concern has the potential to increase rates of mental health illness. As primary care and behavioral health clinics navigate unprecedented barriers in maintaining patient access and engagement, our own “pre-existing conditions” such as provider burnout and patient struggles in navigating complex systems of care have only exaggerated.
Dr. Anthony Salerno
Join Anthony Salerno, PhD (“Dr. Tony”) in an invigorating discussion designed to offer behavioral health providers an opportunity to gain highly relevant insights from distinguished thought leaders across the country.
Culture influences every aspect of care in behavioral health practice. Cultural context frames communication from how individuals describe their situation and what they expect from treatment to how practitioners understand and interpret the stories of the people they see.