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First Approach Skills Training (FAST) Program

First Approach Skills Training (FAST) programs are designed to provide brief, evidence-based behavioral therapy for youth and families with common mental health concerns, in settings such as primary care clinics or schools where longer-term treatment is not typically...

Find a Motivational Interviewing Trainer (MINT)

The Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) is an international organization of trainers in motivational interviewing. Use this resource to find a trainer to help you hone your skills.

Build your clinical skills (AIMS)

A resource guide for building clinical skills within the Collaborative Care Model developed by the University of Washington AIMS Center.

Get Trained in the Collaborative Care Model (APA)

The American Psychiatry Association offers specialized training in the Collaborative Care Model (CoCM) for treating providers, psychiatric consultants and behavioral health care managers. Click to review their course offerings.

Learn about the Collaborative Care Model (APA)

Over the past decade, the integration of behavioral health and general medical services has been shown to improve patient outcomes, save money, and reduce stigma related to mental health. Significant research spanning three decades has identified one model – the...

Mobile Apps for Healthcare Professionals (APA)

In this quarterly column, a panel of experts provides ratings and reviews of software and apps to be used either by practicing psychologists or their clients in conjunction with psychological services. Topics cover a variety of technology resources including mental...

Depression and Older Adults (NIH)

Resources for patients, caregivers and providers from the National Institute on Aging. This article explains common signs and symptoms of depression, treatment options, and what to do if you or your loved one may be at risk for depression.

MotherToBaby Fact Sheet: Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

These Fact Sheets answer frequently asked questions about many common exposures during pregnancy and breastfeeding, including medications, recreational substances, cosmetic treatments, health conditions, infections, vaccines, and more. Available in English and...

MCPAP for Moms Pediatric Toolkit

MCPAP for Moms promotes maternal and child health by building the capacity of providers serving pregnant and postpartum women and their children up to one year after delivery to effectively prevent, identify, and manage mental health and substance use concerns.