And now introducing...
Greetings! Welcome to Mind Body Brain, a blog dedicated to reviewing books and providing helpful tips on how to implement them into your behavioral health practice contained within primary care settings.
A little about me: My name is Norma, and I’m a recent graduate from the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. I am currently working towards completing my 3,000 hours for LPC licensure under the supervision of Connie Ann Tucker, LPC-S.
Because there are limited resources designed to fit within the time constraints of primary care, I’ve designed this blog to help sift through and adapt several resources in order to strengthen, empower, and enhance your personal practice.
In addition to looking at traditional psychology books, popular self-help guides, and specialty mental health articles, I will also be breaking down some popular children’s books and detailing how a mental health professional could use them with patients in their care.
All of my reviews will suggest how to best adapt these resources to the fast-paced and time-restricted environment of primary care, which is where I was specially trained to work by Dr. Stacy Ogbeide at UTSA. I look forward to working as a behavioral health consultant once I am fully licensed.
So enjoy the blog, and I look forward to sharing my reviews and insights while fostering this important conversation.
See you out there!
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Norma recently graduated with an M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UTSA. She was part of the PITCH program's second cohort which was designed to train LPCs to work as BHCs in Primary Care. This blog is for LPCs and BHCs alike and hopes to add to the conversation about mid-levels joining the PCBH ranks and promoting IBH.