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The US has a pediatric mental health crisis. At least 6 million children and teens were suffering from mental illness before COVID-19. Most did not have access to mental health services even then. During the pandemic, pediatric mental illness has skyrocketed, while services have stayed flat. By providing mental health training for doctors, therapists, educators, and parents, REACH increases the nation’s capacity to help children with mental health disorders.
all evidence-based, to help me feel more confident in managing depression, ADHD and anxiety in the office
Ndemie Price, MD
Change is always hard, but easier with teamwork.
Jennifer Mullally, MD
As the PCP, I would normally refer to psychiatry or psychology, but I would now feel more capable to handle the more straightforward cases.
Diane Skerin, MD
West Palm Beach, FL
I think that is due to the engaging, hands-on and fun format. It kept me engaged throughout.
Also, I feel like the materials we received are sending me out into the world armed with the tools
I need to put the information I learned into practice.
Alice Mar, MD
Falls Church, VA
Great role plays and all amazing REACH trainers!
Jennifer Vasquez, RMHI
St. Petersburg, FL
I will take away a renewed appreciation for assessment tools, a new comfort with treatment plans, and an excitement for future partnerships
Lisa Barker, MD
It was, and continues to be, a supportive, invigorating process! It was motivating and has increased my confidence in assessment, diagnosis of mental health cases in my day to day life and practice.
Dayna Leavens, CPNP, MSN
Twin Falls, ID
The specific tools provided (for screening, treatment, and follow-up) and
the network of providers are so valuable for sustaining this in practice.
Leanne Marcotrigiano, MD
San Leandro, CA
Following the course, I now feel empowered, equipped and most importantly, supported to go back home and implement meaningful change in my practice.
Casey Hester, MD
Oklahoma City, OK
The Patient-Centered Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care (PPP) Mini-Fellowship increases clinicians’ comfort with assessing, diagnosing, and treating pediatric mental health concerns. Participants can earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by completing the mini-fellowship components: A dynamic three-day, 15-hour interactive course and a six-month, case-based distance-learning program.
The Patient-Centered Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care (PPP) Mini-Fellowship increases clinicians’ comfort with assessing, diagnosing, and treating pediatric mental health concerns. Participants can earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by completing the mini-fellowship components: A dynamic three-day, 15-hour interactive course focused on building skills and confidence in diagnosing and treating pediatric behavioral health problems […]