Adult Behavioral Health in Primary Care Registration

Adult Behavioral Health in Primary Care Registration

Adult Behavioral Health in Primary Care
Registration Form

Please use the form below to register for an upcoming Adult Behavioral Health in Primary Care course, where you will learn to:

1. Correctly identify and differentiate among behavioral health problems such as anxiety and somatic symptoms, depression, chronic pain, substance abuse, adult ADHD, psychosis, and bipolar disorder.
2. Effectively manage psychopharmacology: select medications, initiate and taper dosages, monitor improvements, and identify and minimize medication side effects.
3. Create and implement a treatment plan by mobilizing existing resources.

Duration: Three-day live course, followed by eight (1-hour) group learning calls
Format: Virtual
Cost: $1900

If the dates listed do not work for your schedule, please sign up to be notified of future training courses here.
 

This form is intended for registration of single participants. To register a group of participants, please email us at ABH-PC@thereachinstitute.org
Program Information

Please select the start and end dates of your chosen program.


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Please provide your mailing address below. Mailing address is required in order to receive program materials. 





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“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.”

Casey Hester, MD
Oklahoma City, OK