Our Population Health Behavioral Health team serves eligible* patients, UVA faculty, and employees and offers:

  • Brief or Interim psychotherapy sessions, in-person or telehealth; up to 8 sessions for most concerns and up to 12 sessions for trauma-related concerns.
  • Counseling support for issues such as: depression, anxiety disorders, trauma/PTSD, stress, moods impacting healthcare engagement, life transitions, adjustments due to changes from chronic or acute illness and injuries, caregiving burden, grief/loss, addiction, end of life concerns, etc.
  • Mental health coaching and therapeutic support
  • Evidence-based psychotherapies for trauma such as Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
  • Psychoeducation about mental health diagnosis
  • Support to learn skills to improve coping and well-being
  • Referrals to UVA Health mental health care providers, community therapists or agencies for long-term support


*Eligibility Criteria

  • Patients recently discharged from UVA Health and referred to one of our patient programs
  • UVA Employees (Health System and Academic; includes UPG & UVA-Wise): e.g., Fellows, Medical Residents, Staff, Faculty, Clinicians, and Clinical Team Members
  • Eligible individuals must reside in the state of Virginia at the time of service
Guy Lushin, LCSW

Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Worker, Medicine HOME Program

Jack Hooppaw, MSW

Population Health Case Manager,
Social Worker, Medicine HOME Program

Jody Sweeney, LCSW

Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Worker

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