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Behavioral Health Program

Meet Our Therapists

Our therapists serve participants in UVA Health - Population Health Department's Hoos Well Advocacy, BeWell, Interactive Home Monitoring (IHM), UVA-Aetna Medicare Advantage, and Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) programs. Please read more about our therapists below:

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Six Free Behavioral Health Sessions

Program participants can enjoy access to our behavioral health therapists for up to six session for free, without a co-pay and without use of insurance. Whether you need additional support or would like to explore better ways to cope, manage stress, find help, and feel more calm, our therapists are available to serve you by appointment Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. To connect to this service, you can contact your Advocate for a referral or reach out to one of our therapists directly:

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COVID-19 Anxiety Emotional Support

Whether you are a health care provider, essential worker, or feeling fearful and anxious about the current outbreak, it's important to take a moment for self-care. Self-care will help you feel better and increase your ability to manage stress and deal with strong emotions. It only takes a few minutes to stop yourself from "going down the spiral," and our therapists can teach you effective techniques that will help you reduce distress related to the the COVID-19 outbreak. To connect to this service, you can contact your Advocate for a referral or reach out to one of our therapists directly:

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Trauma Support and Recovery Program

According to SAMHSA, trauma results from a single event, series of events, or set of circumstances experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or life-threatening and can impact your view of yourself, others, and the world. It is common to have strong emotions, thoughts, and body sensations during the trauma and for a short time after the trauma is over. However, if these symptoms persist, they may negatively affect your current function, mood, ability to cope, self-esteem, ability to trust, sense of safety, etc.

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Resources

Explore community resources that may be helpful for you, including information and services relating to COVID-19 outbreak

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