Counteract Primary Care Clinician Burnout Through Psychiatric Collaborative Care

The psychiatric collaborative care model offers an opportunity to mitigate burnout by reducing the burden placed on primary care providers (PCPs) and more effectively supporting their patients with behavioral health needs. Burnout is quickly becoming a health crisis for providers and patients, according to the American Medical Association. A Mayo Clinic study highlighted alarming trends […]

You can’t solve a problem you don’t know about: Benefits of increasing depression awareness

Depression is a common and serious mental disorder that affects millions of people. Unfortunately, as many as 50% of depressed individuals remain undiagnosed in primary care settings, where they could benefit from effective treatments such as psychotherapy, antidepressants, and collaborative care programs. This is especially concerning in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has […]

World Mental Health Day

With today being World Mental Health Day, we find it important to share the story of where we started and are today. If you are reading this post today, it is likely that you are among friends, family, colleagues, and associates who have already made so many positive contributions to improving the mental health system and have additionally been a personal inspiration to me.