Collaborative Care


Collaborative Care is an evidence-based model of behavioral health integration. Over 70 randomized clinical trials have shown it is an effective way to treat common behavioral health conditions (e.g. depression, anxiety) in primary care. Collaborative Care is a team-based model and uses a measurement-based, treat-to-target approach as well as brief, evidence-based interventions such as motivational interviewing.

Attendees to our Collaborative Care training series will be eligible to earn continuing medical education (CME), continuing nurse education (CNE), and continuing social work education credits (CSWE). Moreover, for those who cannot attend the live presentation, the sessions will be posted to view at a later date, with CME, CNE, and CSWE credits available within 30 days from the posted date.

Target Audience

  • Primary Care Providers
  • Nursing Staff
  • Behavioral Health Clinicians

What You Will Learn

Understand the collaborative care model and strategies for implementation

Discuss best practices for primary care and behavioral health integration

Assess and manage suicide risk

Understand treatment for depression and anxiety

Understand delivery of depression care in primary care settings

Discuss concepts of motivational interviewing

Increase confidence in using motivational interviewing techniques

Effectively conduct screenings for substance abuse disorder

Understand concepts of co-occurring disorders and collaborative care

Utilize patient engagement strategies in Collaborative Care

Understand concepts of primary care psychopharmacology for pediatric/adolescent populations

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