Behavioral Health Integrated Services
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Behavioral Health is the scientific study of the emotions, behaviors and biology relating to person’s mental well-being, their ability to function in everyday life and their concept of self. The Behavioral Health Integration Department of Jordan Valley provides Behavioral Medicine, a Pain Clinic, a Substance Use/MAT Clinic and Outpatient Clinical Services.
Once a patient has established care with a Jordan Valley provider, they have access to Behavioral Health Integrated Services. Behavioral Health Consultants (BHCs) are the gatekeepers of those Behavioral Health Services and assess the needs of the patients and make appropriate referrals. Behavioral Health Consultants see patients in every department at Jordan Valley. Patients can be seen on an emergent basis by a Behavioral Health Consultant who can also assist in establishing primary care or make appropriate community referrals.
The Behavioral Health Consultation Model at Jordan Valley allows for:
A functional assessment followed by a clinically appropriate plan of action which includes an immediate and brief intervention.
Administration of Screeners: MCHAT/Edinburgh
Interventions if elevated SBIRT/PHQ-9
Interventions if elevated ACEs with symptoms
Referral to Jordan Valley Outpatient Clinical Services
Assessment for Behavioral Medicine Services/Consultation
Assessment for the Pain Clinic
Assessment for the Substance Use Clinic/MAT
Referral to community resources.
Behavioral Medicine is the study, diagnosis, treatment and management of psychological disorders and behaviors. Jordan Valley’s physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners who practice behavioral medicine are trained to integrate their knowledge of the biomedical, psychosocial and behavioral sciences when providing care to patients. Behavioral Medicine is a multidisciplinary field – many types of physicians and nurse practitioners are capable of providing care within the specialty. At Jordan Valley, we are able to provide long term Psychiatric care to established primary care patients but Jordan Valley also practices the Psychiatric Consultative Model. In the Psychiatric Consultative Model the Psychiatrist, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant manages mental health issues through verbal or written consultation with the primary care provider. The BHC helps determine whether a verbal or a written consult is best, or if the patient needs a face-to-face appointment with psychiatry. Once the patient is stable, the primary care provider will take over the Behavioral Medicine component of the patient’s treatment.
Our goal at Jordan Valley is to provide you with the highest level of care by treating your pain from the whole-body approach that combines medication, physical therapy and behavior health. This type of approach has been shown most effective for controlling pain by treating both the patient’s physical and psychological needs. Compliance with the pain program at Jordan Valley means patients will follow through with all required services offered.
As a part of our mission, we focus on medication management for our patients. This program works with patients one-on-one to help lessen the number of medications an individual has in their daily regimen.
Integrated in our pain management clinic, our physical therapist works with our patients to increase mobility and ease pain.
This group is a part of Jordan Valley's whole body approach to treating pain. The eight group topics include: Pain Cycle, Assertiveness and Acceptance, Imagery and Relaxation, Negative Cognitions, Locus of Control, Expectations, Styles of Coping and Self-Care.
Substance Use/MAT Clinic
Jordan Valley is focused on addressing the opioid epidemic by providing various programs that integrate counseling services and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Jordan Valley follows the Medication First Model within its substance use clinic to encourage continued program engagement and promote harm reduction. Patients get an appointment for MAT within two days of walking-in or referral to the clinic. BHC’s Initial Assessment is within 5-7 days after initial MAT and again in 30 days to assess for referral to Substance Use Clinician for individual and/or group therapy.
Community Health Advocate (CHA) – will see on the patient’s 30 day appointment and administer a PRAPARE to assess social determinants of health. The CHA will refer to the other wrap around services as needed. Those services include Employment Specialists, Housing Specialists and Legal Services.
Outpatient Clinical Services
Clinical Outpatient Services provide counseling and more specialized psychotherapies to change behaviors, thoughts, emotions and how people see and understand situations. Jordan Valley has psychologists, social workers and licensed professional counselors with experience in evidence-based programs and treatment for diagnoses such as depression, anxiety and trauma. Evidence-based programs are programs that have been shown to have positive outcomes through high quality research. Treatment addresses each patient’s needs and symptoms.
Individual Outpatient Therapy
Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT)
Trauma Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Psychological Evaluations (5-18 years)
Eating DO Clinic IOP
DBT - Adolescents
In-Home Family Therapy - Foster children, parents and guardians