MCG Associates, Drs. Oyemaja, Robinson, Beachy and Bauman along with other colleagues presented the webinar, Behavioral health in primary care workflows: Adjusting care delivery during the COVID19 pandemic. This webinar can be accessed below and on YouTube!
Dr. Bauman was interviewed by The National Center for Integrated Behavioral Health (NCIBH) to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on integrated behavioral health. Follow the link below to read this informative and highly useful article! https://www.ncibh.org/news-and-events/integrating-opioid-use-disorder-treatment-into-health-workforce-training/an-interview-with-david-bauman-psydon-ibh-during-the-covid-19-pandemic
Associates of MCG, Drs. Bauman and Beachy were named to the Yakima Herald’s 39 under 39 According to the Herald, it’s an opportunity to celebrate the “good news” that’s going on in the Yakima Valley. They further explain,”39 under 39 profiles based on six categories: arts and culture, business, education, health care, nonprofits and advocacy, […]
Dr. Patti Robinson’s on her way to Wellington, New Zealand and she’ll be training there for the next 6 weeks! She loves working with Te Pou, their workforce development service. Prior to this training, Mountainview Consulting had trained 30 Health Improvement Practitioners (HIPs; NZ’s name for “Behavioral Health Consultants or BHCs”) and 6 Health Improvement […]
Dr. Patricia Robinson was presented with the “Outstanding Contributions to the PCBH Model Award” at the 2017 Collaborative Family Health Care Association’s Annual Conference in Houston, TX. #MCG’s associates, Drs. Bridget Beachy and David Bauman had the honor of introducing Dr. Robinson with this special acknowledgement.
Forget everything you thought you knew about depression. Drs. Strosahl and Robinson’s recent book, The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Depression Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression and Create a Life Worth Living, Second Edition, offers a different (inspiring) lens on how to view depression. In a recent interview, Dr. Strosahl urges […]
Congratulations to Mountainview’s Patricia Robinson for receiving APA’s Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Health Psychology Award on August 5, 2017. Ann Dobmeyer presented Patti with this award during the annual meeting of Division, 38, the Society of Clinical Health Psychology.
Mountainview Consulting Group’s very own Patti Robinson and David Bauman co-author a book chapter, “Improving care for a primary care population: Persistent pain for example” in the Handbook of Psychological Assessment in Primary Care Settings, edited by Mark E. Maruish. Please follow the link to view the chapter! https://books.google.com/books?id=7Z-8DgAAQBAJ&pg=PT1161&lpg=PT1161&dq=Improving+care+for+a+primary+care+population%3A+Persistent+pain+for+example&source=bl&ots=WQISgIHKyc&sig=wgXYCKuGx9XiQu7oV0wqC_Nf6Wo&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwivj7nFk8TVAhVQ4mMKHSDPCWsQ6AEILjAB#v=onepage&q&f=false
There’s an interesting article in the Atlantic about integrated behavioral health care! Mountainview associate, Jodi Polaha, worked closely with the reporter on this. Yeah, Jodi! See article excerpt below & link to full article. “Also stationed in the clinic’s busy atrium that day was Jodi Polaha, a fellow psychologist, ETSU professor, and evangelist for this kind […]