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Supported self-management for common mental health problems

Many primary care providers report insufficient time or training to deal with mental health problems. However, supported self-management has emerged as an intervention that primary care providers can deliver during routine visits to enhance patients' ability to manage their health without significant investments in health care resources. The clinician acts as a coach who encourages and assists patients who have common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety.

Psychiatry in primary care toolkit

A powerful mobile app packed with features that will streamline screening and assessment in primary care.

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