Is your treatment plan a prescription or a collaboration? DBSA is changing the dialogue between mental health practitioners and consumers and we invite you to be a part of it.
On Monday, November 12, DBSA joined forces with the International Society for Bipolar Disorder (ISBD) and the Collaborative Care Initiative (CCI) to host a live and simultaneous web-streamed panel discussion about enhancing collaborative care.
Instead of individuals simply following a plan as outlined by a mental health professional, this panel of consumers and clinicians discussed the idea of concordance: clinicians working together with consumers to jointly develop and agree on a treatment plan that addresses the goals and limitations of each individual. Learn about building better relationships with mental healthcare providers and accomplishing your unique goals at Concordance 2012.
Follow Up Survey
Whether you watched the archived event or attended live, we want your feedback! Take our survey about the Concordance 2012 panel discussion.
Concordance 2012 Panel
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