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mental health (service) provider

Medtalk A person, partnership or professional corporation comprised of appropriately licensed persons–eg, certified substance abuse counselors, clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, licensed substance abuse treatment practitioner, licensed practical nurse, marriage and family therapist, mental health professional, physician, professional counselor, psychologists, registered nurse, school psychologist, or social worker. Cf Mental health professional.
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Easy access to a mental health provider further lessens stigma and provides an opportunity for the provider to establish rapport with the patient before the initial session.
The pilot project, entitled Sound Minds, was part-funded by specialist mental health provider 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS foundation trust.
Among a group of veterans who screened positive for the initial intake question, 177 were already being seen by a mental health provider, 62 had received mental health treatment previously, and 159 had never been treated.
Among a group of veterans who screened positive for the initial intake question, 177 were currently already being seen by a mental health provider, 62 had received mental health treatment previously, and 159 had never been treated.
SPRINGFIELD - Medicaid- supported services at a Springfield nonprofit mental health provider will continue past their previously expected end on Thursday while the agency challenges Lane County government's effort to discontinue the payments, a county official said Tuesday.
Specialist adult mental health provider Mersey Care NHS Trust wil be raising awareness of the need for good mental health for people of all ages.
This book seems appropriate for any range of experience as a medical or mental health provider.
AMHCA has also been monitoring the Department of Veterans Affairs efforts to add LMHCs to the Veterans Health Administration's outpatient mental health provider pools.
If a potential problem is detected, the primary care provider will refer the patient to a mental health provider, according to the state.
As noted in Table 2, the NCAA Mental Health Best Practices document notes that a student-athlete's well-being is best served through a collaborative process in which the mental health provider is easily accessible and within or proximate to athletic department facilities, an interdisciplinary team consists of primary care and mental health providers, and the interdisciplinary team reviews the medical care of student-athletes.
The network adequacy requirements are quantitative, which means that adequacy is determined by factors such as waiting times or geographic distances to a mental health provider.
For mental health workforce availability, Massachusetts was first with 1 mental health provider per 200 residents, while Alabama was 51st with 1 provider for every 1,200 individuals.

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