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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Steve Broer, Psy.D.

Steve Broer, Psy.D.

Steve Broer, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist & Director of Behavioral Health Services at Northwestern Counseling & Support Services.
Catherine Marrin, MSW, LICSW

Catherine Marrin, MSW, LICSW

Catherine Marrin, MSW, LICSW Is Team Leader for the Integrated Health Team and supports the behavioral health social workers imbedded in primary and specialty care clinics in Franklin and Grand Isle Counties.
Rebecca Chaplin

Rebecca Chaplin

Rebecca Chaplin, MS, MSW is Social Work Care Coordinator assigned full time to a OBGYN specialty care practice through a unique partnership between Northwestern Counseling & Support Services and Northwestern Medical Center.

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