Leaders must make investments to enhance the individual’s transformative experience by providing personalized, high-touch, transparent and technologically advanced care, as CEOs report that clients’ evolving behaviors related to virtual care experiences and expectations for convenience are driving organizational change and technological enhancement. 

Misconceptions of Addiction

One of the largest differences between the behavioral and physical health fields is the degree to which many people are willing to accept and understand the needs of those with behavioral versus physical health problems. Much of this difference can be attributed to the … Read More

Addressing Barriers to Care that Minorities Face

Minority individuals face group-specific problems related to mental health, including differentials in diagnosis and treatment, stigma regarding mental health from both members of their own in-group and outsiders, and difficulty in finding professionals with the cultural competency necessary to address their specific needs. Moreover, … Read More