The Use of Intersubjectivity in Integrated Primary Care Settings
Date of Award
Doctoral Research Paper
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Primary care, Behavioral health, Psychodynamic, Intersubjectivity
This paper will address behavioral health treatment within the integrated primary care model. The primary care model involves collaboration between primary care physicians and behavioral health clinicians and recognizes the relationship between the body and mind, such that medical illnesses and psychological concerns are mutually influenced by each other. The paper will discuss benefits and shortcomings to this model and propose an expanded treatment approach to mental health care within the integrated primary care model.
Copyright is held by the author. Permanently suppressed.
Received from author
Fidai, Sophia, "The Use of Intersubjectivity in Integrated Primary Care Settings" (2023). Graduate School of Professional Psychology: Doctoral Papers and Masters Projects. 506.