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WEBINAR | The Relationship Between Mental Health and Physical Health

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Mental and physical health webinar

The Relationship Between Mental Health and Physical Health

September 25, 2018 @ 10am (PST) / 1pm (EST)

Presenters: Deliana Garcia, MA and Javier I. Rosado, PhD

 

Description:  Mental and physical health are profoundly linked; however, the two are often talked about separately and treated differently. Many common medical problems treated in primary care involve behaviors and health habits that can worsen the condition when left unaddressed. In the United States, medical healthcare professionals provide the vast majority of behavioral health care in primary care settings. As many as 70% of primary care visits are related to behavioral health needs and over 80% of psychotropic medications are prescribed by non-psychiatric medical providers. In this webinar we will discuss common co-morbid physical and mental health conditions that are frequently diagnosed among migrant and seasonal agricultural workers. This presentation will help participants better understand the link between mind, behavior and body. Understanding this link is an important step in identifying strategies to help agricultural workers who are living with chronic physical conditions and who also present with mental health conditions – such as depression and anxiety.

 

Javier rosado

Dr. Javier I. Rosado
Dr. Rosado is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Florida State University College of Medicine, Immokalee Health Education Site.  He is also a Psychologist at a Federally Qualified Health Center primarily serving children of Latino migrant farm-working families and is the founding Clinical Director for the FSU Center for Child Stress & Health – a partner in SAMHSA’S National Child Traumatic Stress Network.  Dr. Rosado holds a PhD degree from The Florida State University in Counseling Psychology and Human Systems. During his doctoral education, he interned at the Yale University Medical School, where he completed a pre-doctoral Internship training program in Clinical and Community Psychology. He currently leads several multidisciplinary intervention programs around childhood and adolescent obesity as well as intervention programs to address toxic stress and early childhood trauma in children from migrant farm-working families.  Dr. Rosado’s work has been funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and has been published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

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