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MC3 ECHO: Behavioral Health

You have spoken and we hear you. Health care providers in Michigan communities are frustrated with the lack of access to specialty-level treatment and are treating patients with complex conditions.

In response to these intense and ongoing challenges, we are offering an ECHO® (Extension for Community Health Outcomes) program for providers who are seeking guidance and support when treating patients with complex behavioral health concerns.

ECHO is a telementoring platform that leverages video conference technology to connect subject matter experts with primary care teams in local communities, fostering an “all teach, all learn” approach.

Spring 2024 series: Our current series is focused on autism and runs March–May 2024. Registration for this series has closed, but recordings of the didactic presentation portion of each session will be added below approximately one week after each session. Dates and topics for future MC3 Project ECHO clinics to be announced. 

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MC3 ECHO Series Didactic Presentation Recordings

Spring 2024 Series Didactic Presentation Recordings

Session 1: ASD and Sexuality: The Birds and the Bees of ASD (presented by Zakia Alavi, M.D.)

Fall 2023 Series Didactic Presentation Recordings

Session 1: Differential Diagnosis of Depression and Anxiety in the Perinatal Period (presented by Alyssa Stevenson, M.D.)

Session 2: Anxiety Spectrum Disorders in the Perinatal Period (presented by Alyssa Stevenson, M.D.)

Session 3: Differential Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder in the Perinatal Period (presented by Samantha Shaw, M.D.)

Session 4: Perinatal Risk Assessment and Management (presented by Mahela Ashraf, M.D.)

Session 5: Traumatic Birth and Perinatal Loss (presented by Mahela Ashraf, M.D.)

Session 6: Eating Disorders and Treatment in the Perinatal Period (presented by Mahela Ashraf, M.D.)

Spring 2023 Series Didactic Presentation Recordings

Session 1: When Picky Eating Becomes a Disorder: Diagnosing ARFID in the Primary Care Setting (presented by Natalie Prohaska, M.D.)

Session 2: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) Identification and Management in the Primary Care Setting (presented by Prachi Shah, M.D.)

Session 3: Assessment and Management of Youth Self-Harm Behaviors in Primary Care (presented by Alejandra Arango, Ph.D.)

Session 4: Implementing the 5 R’s of Trauma-Informed Care in Primary Care for Youth (presented by Polly Gipson Allen, Ph.D.)

Session 5: Medical Child Abuse: Mitigating Harm Through Awareness and Thoughtful Responsiveness (presented by Nasuh Malas, M.D., MPH)

Session 6: Social Anxiety and Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) in Youth (presented by Gregory Hanna, M.D.)

Fall 2022 Series Didactic Presentation Recordings

Session 1: Treating Disruptive and Aggressive Behavior in Youth (presented by Zakia Alavi, M.D.)

Session 2: Taking the Pain out of Somatic Symptom Disorders: Current Practices and Reviewing Mind-Gut Interactions (presented by Nasuh Malas, M.D., M.P.H.)

Session 3: Safe & Effective Treatments for Complex Depressions (presented by Richard Dopp, M.D.)

Session 4: Evaluation and Treatment of Psychosis in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting (presented by Carol Chen, M.D.)

Session 5: Youth Substance Use: Prevention and Intervention (presented by Joanna Quigley, M.D.)

Session 6: Youth Suicide Risk Assessment in Primary Care (presented by Lia Gaggino, M.D. and Anne Kramer, LMSW)