One in four individuals will struggle with a mental health or substance use disorder in their lifetime, yet only 40% of those seek treatment in a given year. Untreated mental health issues have a significant negative impact on quality of life and physical health, so addressing these issues in primary care could prevent health complications in the future. Join us for part two of this two-part webinar series that reviews the nuts and bolts of screening and treatment of depression in primary care. Universal depression screening is essential to meeting CCO metrics, but the processes and procedures that follow screening are essential to delivering comprehensive care.
Part 2 - Workflow and Engaging the Clinical Team - October 5, 2016
During this webinar, the presenters will:
- Review of depression and other behavioral health screening tools
- Share practical tools to address depression in primary care, including workflows, protocols, care pathways, ongoing evaluation - for practices both with and without a behavioral health provider
- Present additional non-medication treatment options that expand on information presented in Part 1 of this webinar series
Laura Fisk, PsyD
Wellness Center Behaviorist
Laura Fisk, PsyD is a Clinical Psychologist and Wellness Center Behaviorist at Yamhill Community Care. Dr. Fisk joined Yamhill Community Care in December 2014 and currently runs the Persistent Pain Program and is involved in the development of the Wellness Center. Prior to her full-time role at Yamhill Community Care, Dr. Fisk worked as a Behavioral Health Consultant within two small independent primary care clinics. She received her doctorate degree from George Fox University’s Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology. In her role, Dr. Fisk enjoys the opportunity to work with individuals and groups by helping members improve their health behaviors and increase their overall quality of life.
Jeri Turgesen, PsyD
Jeri Turgesen, Psy.D., takes a holisitic approach to health, working closely with patients to consider all domains of well-being: physical, emotional and social. Serving as a psychologist in primary care has allowed DR. Turgesen to help patients where they feel most comfortable addressing their concerns and Dr. Turgesen strives to collaborate with all members of the treatment team as they work together to meet the goals of each individual we serve. After earning her psychology degree from George Fox University in Newberg, OR, Dr. Turgesen completed an internship at Eastern Virginia Medical School and a residency at the Portland VA Medical Center. Dr. Turgesen was born and raised in Yamhill County. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, camping and spending time with her family.