By Michael Tetreault, Editor, Concierge Medicine Today/The DPC Journal and Author/Host, The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast
Today we wrestle with another complex, overwhelming and challenging subject. Mental Health.
More specifically, how can Physicians, Concierge Medicine Doctors and families access the right treatment and the best resources in a complex and emotionally charged field of healthcare?
My guest and friend today is Dr. Jonathan Green, PhD, Senior Advisor at O’Connor Professional Group (https://oconnorpg.com/our-team/).
O’Connor Professional Group (OPG) is a national behavioral health navigation and consulting practice, headquartered in Boston. OPG works with individuals and families struggling with addiction, eating disorders, autism, and additional mental health conditions. Our services include consultations, interventions, treatment placements, family and therapeutic coaching, companions and case management, in collaboration with a client’s treatment team. Our services blend therapeutic coaching with accountability and can help clients establish lives in long term recovery.
Dr. Jonathan Green, PhD, is a Senior Advisor at O’Connor Professional Group. A native of Massachusetts, he received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Clark University in Worcester, MA. Jon completed his clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the VA Boston Healthcare System with appointments at Boston University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School. Here he completed rotations in dual diagnosis (PTSD/substance use disorders) and behavioral medicine while also conducting research in the National Center for PTSD. Jon has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and has received awards from the American Psychological Association, the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, and the Military Suicide Research Consortium. Jon is a founding member of the Suicide and Self-Injury Special Interest Group of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies and is the current president of the Men’s Mental and Physical Health Special Interest Group. Jon enjoys finding compassionate and creative ways to apply gold-standard, empirically supported treatments for clients with unique needs, valuing the relationship between the client and provider as much as the quality of the intervention.
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