Short Video Resources
Xylazine is rapidly increasing in the illicit drug supply. A powerful animal sedative, xylazine causes respiratory depression, bradycardia, and hypotension, raising the risk of overdoses and complicating the reversal of overdoses. Xylazine also causes unique skin lesions and risk for severe infections. This quick take gives basic information about xylazine.
The Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultation model (PCBH) is a psychological approach to population-based clinical health care that is simultaneously co-located, collaborative, and integrated within the primary care clinic. The goal of PCBH is to improve and promote overall health within the general population. This short take is part of a series titled: A Day in the Life of a Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) in Primary Care. Viewers will see example workflows for initial and follow up BHC visits including where referrals come from, the steps involved with BHC intervention and closing the loop with the primary care provider.
During this brief presentation, Kristan McIntosh, LMSW, shares an overview of what a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) is, discusses why it is an important opportunity to build behavioral health system capacity, and talks about some upcoming opportunities to become (or partner with) a CCBHC.
This short take covers the basic concept of the Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) model. It reviews the reasons for why this approach is important, where SBIRT is delivered. Finally, each component of the model is briefly described.
Tag along with HMA Senior Associate, Brandin Bowden, MSc., as he attempts to build a healthy dinner for under $5. In this #HealthyDinnerChallenge, Brandin puts on his nutrition educator hat to share healthful tips to help your patients and clients navigate the grocery store, increase nutrient intake and promote comfort in the kitchen. This video was originally shared at the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute's 2021 Social Determinants of Health Symposium.
This short take video demonstrates how to teach and use guided imagery with your patients/clients for stress management. Guided imagery leverages the mind-body connection to efficiently relax the body through the use of imagination.
This short take video demonstrates how to teach deep breathing techniques to a patient/client as a strategy for stress management. Abdominal breathing is the term often used to describe this breathing technique. The term belly breathing is often used with pediatric patients/clients. Breathing exercises can help individuals with stress or anxiety disorders. Abdominal breathing can mitigate hyperarousal in the body when under stress and help to focus the mind.
This session focuses on patient engagement using telehealth kiosks; learning and discussing applications to your practice. The session was held live during Telehealth in a Post-Pandemic Era: Sustainable Approaches to Support Integrated Care – Part 2, held on September 29, 2021.
This session focuses on telehealth best practices; caring for patients via telehealth who have suicidal ideations and other urgent issues. The session was held live during Telehealth in a Post-Pandemic Era: Sustainable Approaches to Support Integrated Care – Part 2, held on September 29, 2021.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that helps people learn how to identify and change maladaptive thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions. This short take video will cover the key principles of CBT and a few basic techniques that are utilized for various conditions.
Problem Solving Therapy (PST) provides tools to help individuals identify and solve problems that can have a negative impact on their day-to-day lives. PST improves an individual's overall quality of life, treats depression and other conditions. It is based on a model that considers the importance of real-life problem-solving, including managing life stressors when they arise. This short take video covers the fundamental principles of PST and the tools to use in everyday life.
Contingency management is an evidence-based treatment plan for substance use disorder. This type of treatment, a major topic in media and public policy circles, promotes behavior change and reinforces positive behaviors. This short take video discusses contingency management treatment in more detail and how to increase its use in more practices.
There are a variety of strategies and interventions to help individuals cope with the impact of trauma on their wellness and functioning. Many evidence-based treatments and promising treatments involve the teaching and use of skills to help the individual cope with trauma. One category of those skills is helping individuals to connect and get grounded in their body as a way to cope with and manage affect dysregulation, intrusive thoughts and imagery, distress and dissociation. Many new treatments for PTSD and trauma-related disorders are emerging that are focused primarily on working with the body to bring about relief. "Getting into the body" skills can be integrated into treatment for PTSD and trauma-related disorders or used in a consultation model to build mastery with the individual and support functional restoration.
There are a variety of strategies and interventions to help individuals cope with the impact of trauma on their wellness and functioning. Many evidence-based treatments and promising treatments involve the teaching and use of skills to help the individual cope with trauma. One category of those skills is helping individuals to connect with and experience their emotions a way to cope with and manage affect dysregulation, intrusive thoughts and imagery, distress and dissociation. "Experiencing emotion" skills can be integrated into treatment for PTSD and trauma-related disorders or used in a consultation model to build mastery with the individual and support functional restoration.
This module discusses the importance of employing culturally and linguistically effective strategies when r conducting screening and assessments.
This module seeks to highlight strategies that may support staff wellness and retention.
This is a brief video explaining the importance of taking vital signs within a behavioral health setting.
Burnout is common in healthcare and has increased during the Covid 19 pandemic. This brief presentation defines burnout and it's consequences. Building resilience is a strategy to reduce and prevent burnout. The presentation defines resilience and provides tips in increase personal resilience and organizational resilience.
Adolescents are at the highest risk for experiencing health problems related to substance use. This resource provides an overview of screening adolescents for substance use disorders including assessments and tips.
Registries are important population health tools that allow organizations to collect, organize, aggregate, and utilize the information for a variety of purposes. Maintaining registries for certain disease states such as depression or diabetes provides easy access to results, identification of care gaps, and level of improvement and can lead to adjustments in care as needed. This Short Take video provides an introduction to registries and how to use them.
This brief webinar will review the basics of behavioral activation, distress tolerance skills, and problem-solving therapy to use in skills-based, time-limited treatment settings.
This brief video introduces the concept of brief interventions and review motivational interviewing and mindfulness. Presented by Dr. Lori Raney, Principal, Health Management Associates.
This brief video explains the process of enhanced referral to improve patient engagement and completion of the referral and improve provider relationships with referrals. Presented by Dr. Lori Raney, Principal, Health Management Associates.
Integrated Care DC is managed by the DC Department of Health Care Finance (DHCF) in partnership with the DC Department of Behavioral Health (DBH). This project is supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). A total of $3,500,365, or 81 percent, of the project is financed with federal funds, and $810,022, or 19 percent, is funded by non-federal sources. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, or an endorsement by, HHS or the U.S. Government.