Speakers: Kim Shuler, LCSW; Caitlyn Johnson, LCSW

Learn how SDOH needs impact behavioral health needs and vice versa. Learn about the stigma associated with SDOH and how integrating a humanistic approach can increase patient disclosure. Learn about the roles of the care team in addressing SDOH. Learn about the roles of the care team in addressing SDOH. 

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Kim Shuler, LCSW

Kim Shuler, LCSW contributes more than 20 years of experience as a clinician and administrator working in a variety of integrated behavioral health settings. She currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of ABHIN and as Project Director on three Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) projects. Ms. Shuler has extensive experience in training behavioral health providers and care teams, building coalitions, conducting needs assessments, and developing strategic and business operation plans. She is a certified behavioral health consultant trained through the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Ms. Shuler has demonstrated success developing, implementing, and managing day-to-day operations of integrated behavioral health programs across multiple settings, including nearly a decade serving as Director of Behavioral Health in a large FQHC.

Caitlyn Johnson, LCSW

Caitlyn is a licensed certified social worker with 10 years of experience in integrated behavioral health, care coordination, and medical social work. A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with both a BSW and MSW, Caitlyn currently serves as a project manager on multiple grants for the Arkansas Behavioral Health Integration Network (ABHIN). Specializing in program development, brief intervention, harm/stigma reduction, and suicide prevention, Caitlyn is dedicated to enhancing inclusive mental health services in Arkansas, driven by both professional expertise and personal experience as a clinician and consumer of mental health care in the state.