Collaborative Care (CoCM) is a well-researched, evidenced based model of integrated primary care developed at the University of Washington that treats common mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. Collaborative Care focuses on defined patient populations tracked in a registry, measurement-based practice and treatment to target. Trained primary care providers and embedded behavioral health professionals provide evidence-based medication and psychosocial treatments, supported by regular psychiatric case consultation and treatment adjustment for patients who are not improving as expected.

Dr. Sise and Dr. Sutherland will provide training on the CoCM model and its application in primary care settings.  Participants will learn about:

The evidence supporting the effectiveness of CoCM

The roles and functions of CoCM team members

The CoCM treatment process

The application of CoCM for the treatment of both mental health and substance use disorders

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