Integrating Suicide Focused Care in Primary & Specialty Care

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Northwestern Counseling & Support Services (NCSS) in St. Albans, VT has been implementing the Zero Suicide initiative to increase the capacity of NCSS to provide suicide focused care in a range of clinical programs. In one example, the Integrated Health Team at NCSS has been supporting primary & specialty care practices with integrated depression screening and suicide focused care through embedded social workers in primary and specialty care practices .   

In this workshop, Steve Broer, Psy. D., Clinical Psychologist & Director of Behavioral Health Services, Catherine Marrin, MSW, Team Leader for the Integrated Health Team, and Rebecca Chaplin, MSW, Social Work Care Coordinator in an OB/GYN clinic will describe a model for Integrated Behavioral Health & the application of Collaborative Assessment of Suicide (CAMS) in primary and specialty care practices.

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Tom	Delaney, PhD

Tom Delaney, PhD

Dr. Delaney is based in the Vermont Child Health Improvement Program in the UVM Larner College of Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics.
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