Thanks to a generous donor, for the second year running, REACH is able to award 150 scholarships for its Patient-Centered Mental Health in Pediatric Primary Care (PPP) Program, to pediatric primary care providers practicing in the Greater Atlanta area. To be considered for this free training opportunity, applicants must be a pediatrician, family physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant practicing in the Greater Atlanta area, and available to attend one of the following 3-day virtual training sessions (followed by bi-monthly, group learning calls):
If you are interested in this opportunity please apply HERE
“I completed the REACH Institute training program 4 years ago, and it was by far the best training course I have ever attended. After 3 days of an immersive experience, I felt confident in treating our patients with mental health disorders. Referring these cases out to a psychiatrist was no longer an option when the volume of mental health disorders soared as an epidemic. I encourage EVERY provider who cares for children to take this training because families trust us as their pediatricians and seek our advice first when there is a crisis. The format of small groups, role plays, and case discussions allows for a very interactive learning process.
Thank you to the Anonymous Donor for their generous contribution to make this training available to our colleagues. I urge you all to invest 3 days in the training and the reward will be returned a thousandfold when you see your patients’ lives change for the better.“
Dr. Anu Sheth, The Children’s Care Network, Board Chair & Pediatrician in Georgia
“I came into the course as a general pediatrician with no training or experience in pediatric mental health management Following the course, I now feel empowered, equipped and most importantly, supported to go back home and implement meaningful change in my practice.”