Christine White, MD
Patricia Todd-Lewis, LCSW
Cynthia Scott, LCPC
Suzanna Dee, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Debbie Daggett, LADC
Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) Services provide patients either same-day or quick access services to address behavioral/mental health concerns. BHI is different than traditional services because of its accessibility as well as its treatment model. Services are brief with typical session times being 30 minutes and limited to 6-8 sessions. If further intervention is needed, the Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) would refer to another member of our Behavioral Health team.
Possible referrals to the BHC may include but not limited to:
- Anger Management
- Behavior Problems
- Chronic Pain
- End of Life Issues
- Family Preventative Health/Parenting
- Health behaviors that contribute to chronic illness
- Healthy Eating
- Medication Adherence
- Relationships/life stressors and crises (not marriage/couples counseling)
- Sleep Problems
- Stress/ stress-related physical symptoms
- Substance Misuse (Patients with active substance use disorders should also be referred to a SUD provider.)
- Tobacco Cessation
- Weight Management
What is a Behavioral Health Consultant?
A member of your medical team who helps with behavioral changes to improve
wellness. Many of us have physical ailments that are affected by stress, lifestyle
choices, or an emotional concern. In response, SCRFHC includes a Behavioral Health
Consultant as part of your medical team. You can meet with your BHC right here at the
- You have been struggling to improve your diet and manage your weight and would like to learn skills to improve your health.
- You are experiencing chronic pain and would like to learn ways to address the
pain and improve your quality of life.
- You are feeling stressed at work and need new skills to cope with the challenges.
- You are feeling like you are in a “rut”, you want to make some changes in your life but you don’t know where to start.