You’re invited: Collaborative approaches in primary care behavioral health integration efforts

Monday, February 05, 2018

Working at the Intersection of Public Health, Social Work, and Medicine


collaborative approaches.

Monday, February 12
Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH)
670 Albany Street Auditorium (1st floor), Boston, MA
5:00-6:30 pm


Molly Brigham, LICSW
Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health Clinician
Codman Square Health Center

Sandy Cohen, MSW, MPH
Program Manager, Behavioral Health Care Transformation
Cambridge Health Alliance

Daniel Do, LICSW, MPH
Project Director, Integrated Primary Care Team
Lynn Community Health Center

Sasha Feliciano
Family Partner
Codman Square Health Center


Emily Feinberg, ScD, CPNP
Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences, BUSPH;
Associate Professor, Pediatrics, BUSM

This event will feature providers who work in settings integrating primary care and behavioral health. Panelists will share their experiences working on collaborative, interprofessional teams to improve health outcomes and address social determinants of health. The goals of the event are:

    1. to explore the challenges and opportunities in working on interprofessional health care teams within primary care behavioral health integration efforts


  1. to increase knowledge on the intersection of public health, social work, and medicine in community health settings. The first half will be focused on panelists’ experiences in their primary care behavioral health integration efforts and the second half will be a moderated panel discussion with Q&A from the audience.


This event is co-sponsored by the BUSPH Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health and the BUSSW Center for Innovation in Social Work & Health’s Advancing Leadership in Public Health Social Work HRSA grant

2 free SW CECs available

Parking available in 670 Albany Street Garage (some metered street parking too)