Forest Alumna contributes to Primary Care in Behavioral Health E-book

Forest Alumna, Dr. Elizabeth Zeidler Schreiter contributed her efforts and experience in Dr. Neftali Sarrono's new e-book, The Implementer’s Guide To Primary Care Behavioral Health


This ebook is written for clinics and professionals early in the process of building PCBH programs, providing practical counsel and filling in the gaps of knowledge in areas such as team building, leadership and pragmatic program development.

As a "Made For iPad” digital-only offering (can be read on iPad, iPhone, Macs) it has several features that make it stand out. First the inclusion of videos and interactive graphics. Second, and most importantly, the ability to update the book free of charge over time. So, they hope to get feedback from the PCBH community and add chapters, make corrections, and update the content over time.

Find The Implementer’s Guide To Primary Care Behavioral Health on itunes
webpage: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/implementers-guide-to-primary/id833906873?mt=11

iBook Store page: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/implementers-guide-to-primary/id833906873?ls=1&mt=11

All proceeds from the book go directly to Access Community Health Centers, a non-profit FQHC.

Dr. Zeidler received her PsyD degree from Forest Institute in 2008, graduating Summa Cum Laude and with a concentration in Integrated Health Care. She completed her APA-accredited internship at the University of Kansas Medical Center, School of Medicine; served as a health psychology fellow at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics; and currently. She is currently a Behavioral Health Consultant employed with Access Community Health Centers in Madison, WI, a Federally Qualified Health Center. She has also been selected to participate in the National Health Service Corps Loan Forgiveness Program.


Learn more about Dr. Neftali Sarrono, Dr. Elizabeth Zeidler Schreiter and Primary Care Shrink here: http://primarycareshrink.com/our-team.html