Much has been said about the behavioral health crisis lurking in the background behind the Covid-19 epidemic, but much of that talk has been regarding behavioral health in adults, despite the fact the issue is significantly worse among children. In this episode, Rae sits down with a team from Seattle Children's—Ginger Hines, executive director, Sheryl Morelli, medical director and CMO, and Larry Wissow, chair of pediatric psychology and behavioral medicine, to talk about the behavioral health issues children are facing in the wake of the Covid-19 epidemic.
- A year into the pandemic, here’s how behavioral health care is changing—for the worse and for the better
- How 2 major hospitals teamed up—and raised $6.4M for behavioral health
- Collaborative Care Model
- Tele-behavioral Health
- Integrated Behavioral Health Implementation Toolkit
- Mental Health–Related Emergency Department Visits Among Children Aged <18 Years During the COVID-19 Pandemic | CDC.gov