Our integrated behavioral health (IBH) service provides trauma-informed, culturally responsive, evidence-based behavioral health services to patients seen in outpatient medical practices. The IBH team, a diverse group of social work clinicians, psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, and psychiatrists, works in general internal medicine, family medicine, OBGYN, geriatrics, infectious disease, nutrition, transplant, neurology, pulmonology, the Center for Digestive Disorders, and the Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery. They provide consultation and teaching to medical staff and providers, diagnostic evaluations, and clinical interventions for patients with a range of behavioral health conditions. By bringing behavioral health care into medical settings, we strive to improve access to these services and help break down barriers to care for patients.
If you would like to meet with one of our IBH clinicians, please inform your medical provider.