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Collaborative Care Program Promotional Materials
Psychiatric Consultant Training
Ongoing Care Management
Safety Planning and Relapse Prevention
Caseload Review Meeting Guide
Caseload Review Meeting Guide – This document guides Clinical Supervisor(s) and Behavioral Health Care Managers through the planning and facilitation of a Caseload Review Meeting. The goal of this meeting is to keep the caseload “fluid,” allowing the Behavioral Health Care Manager to continue accepting new patients and meeting as much patient need as possible.
Core CoCM Measures
Additional Measures – Use according to clinical judgment
MoCA- Annotated Version (with script and scoring guide)
Brief Intervention Tools
Adult Patient Manual for Behavioral Activation, CBT Group Program for Depression – Patient educational resource and workbook via the Michigan Medicine Department of Psychiatry
Seniors and Older Adults
Webinar: Principles of Geriatric Mental Health in Collaborative Care Settings – Dr. Donovan Maust, Geriatric Psychiatrist
Slides: Principles of Geriatric Mental Health for Collaborative Care Settings – Dr. Donovan Maust, Geriatric Psychiatrist
The Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Program (MCPAP) created this toolkit to assist front-line perinatal care providers in the prevention, identification, and treatment of depression and other mental health concerns in pregnant and postpartum women (MCPAP for Moms, 2017).
Included in this toolkit are screening tools, assessment tools, and educational information, which may be helpful to CoCM treatment teams.
MotherToBaby fact sheets have been created to answer FAQs about exposures during pregnancy and breastfeeding, including about psychotropic medications. Users can search by specific generic medication names.
Click the link above to access resources including: Screening tools, patient education tools, community resources, and clinician guides to practicing SBIRT. This link also includes the presentation slides utilized for the June 2018 SBIRT presentation shared on this page.
The Michigan Medicine Depression Center has a Toolkit that is available to the public. This includes worksheets, checklists, and educational resources. Access the toolkit here.
Resources for Seniors and Older Adults
Depression and Anxiety
Mindfulness and Relaxation
Five Senses Grounding Exercise (Pocket Cards) – Providers can print and cut out these cards to share with patients. Some patients find it helpful to keep these cards in their bag, purse, wallet, or pocket to reference in times of need.