https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/nurturing.jpg 1000 1564 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2024-02-15 21:07:252024-02-15 21:28:28No More Empty Cups: Stopping the Stress Cycle in Pediatrics
How can pediatricians effectively care for their patients' rising mental health needs without burning out themselves? This pressing question weighs heavily on the minds of pediatricians across the country. In the state of Texas, two dedicated pediatricians have reflected on the strategies they've implemented to ensure their independent practices function as safe and secure medical homes, providing care for children's physical and mental well-being. By sharing their insights, these pediatricians shed light on the importance of prioritizing mental health within the field of pediatrics.
https://www.independentpediatrician.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/Depression.jpg 1000 1500 scottbeyer /wp/wp-content/uploads/logo.png scottbeyer2019-06-11 01:05:282019-06-11 17:03:33Collaboration and Cooperation: Integrating Mental Health Care into a Pediatric Practice
At Parker Pediatrics and Adolescents in Colorado, Dr. Jay Rabinowitz took a leap into the unknown by bringing licensed mental health professionals into his practice as employees. Dr. Mark Harris went on a similar journey in Vermont, where he integrated mental health services into his practice, Upper Valley Pediatrics, in the 1990s. In both locations, integrated mental health care has been beneficial for patients and providers, filling a dire need in the community.