Faculty and Administration
- Hunter Hansen, Psy.D., is Director of Behavioral Health at the Lawndale Christian Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center in an underserved area of Chicago. His specialties include primary care psychology, psychopharmacology, and child and adolescent psychology.
- Neftali Serrano, Psy.D., is the Founder and Manager of Primary Care Behavioral Health (PCBH) services at Access Community Health Centers in Madison, WI. He has devoted his career to working with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), developing integrated care programs and consulting with clinics in underserved settings to assist with implementation of PCBH programs through his consulting practice, primarycareshrink.com.
- Robert McGrath, Ph.D., serves as the Director of the Certificate Program. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University. He is a Professor in the School of Psychology at FDU, where he also serves as the Director of the M.S. Program in Clinical Psychopharmacology and as the Director of the Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology.
Additional Expert Presenters
- Virna Little, Psy.D., LCSW-R, SAP, is the Senior Vice President of Psychosocial Services and Community Affairs at the Institute for Family Health in New York.
- Jeff Reiter, Ph.D., is co-author of the book Behavioral Consultation and Primary Care: A Guide to Integrating Services.
- Patricia J. Robinson, Ph.D., has explored integrated care from the perspective of clinician, researcher, trainer, and health care consultant for the past 20 years.
- Elizabeth Zeidler Schreiter, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist working at Access Community Health Centers (ACHC) in Madison, WI.
IBHI has partnered with Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) to offer their Certificate Program in Integrated Primary Care to recipients of the CMMI Challenge Grant, as well as to groups, organizations and individuals across the country.
FDU offers a comprehensive, distance based program that meets the growing demand of integrating behavioral health services into primary care settings. IBHI will bolster these trainings with implementation strategies, problem solving, and organizational change to make newly trained clinicians effective for each setting in which they are placed.