Nick Cummings On The Value Of Integrated Behavioral Healthcare
Nick Cummings, Ph.D., has long been psychotherapy’s soothsayer. He has an uncanny ability to read the data and the tea leaves and point the way to psychotherapy’s next important contribution to healthcare.
The new frontier for psychotherapists, according to Nick? Integrated Behavioral Healthcare.
Here’s how he explained the problem this new approach address during a recent conversation with me:
Medical costs are escalating because so much medical care is an unnecessary substitute for the psychological problems that the health industry is not attending to in its patients.
In this quick video clip, Nick points out how this approach–now sanctioned by the APA–puts therapists who train in behavioral health in a position where they work with doctors as equals. The result is dramatically increased positive outcomes and reduced healthcare costs.
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