CGI welcomes new partnerships with organizations dedicated to advancing awareness and education of integrated behavioral healthcare.
We offer four avenues to partner with us to advance our mission, vision, and values:
Join forces with CGI to develop, launch, redesign, or increase awareness of an integrated care or integrated behavioral health model, service, or product within your organization.
Join together with CGI to gain access to high quality integrated behavioral health education and training for your organization. CGI partners can gain access to exclusive tuition benefits, custom courses, and training packages.
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As a lean and nimble organization, we are able to develop customized approaches, tailored to an institute or organization's specific needs and provide onsite evaluations to help launch or advance integrated care efforts and adoption.
How to Partner with Us
First, let us know how you'd like to partner with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 480-285-1761.
We will then contact you to discuss next steps. Download our Partnership Brochure.
Both domestic and international partnerships are welcome!
Happiness is partnering with those who share our vision to change the way the world experiences healthcare. We look forward to welcoming you as our next partner!
CGI is proud to partner with the following organizations.
The Office of the IRB (OIRB) facilitates the UNM IRB for Main Campus. It is the commitment of the OIRB to promote the safety and protection of people involved in human research by providing support, guidance, and education to facilitate ethical and scientifically sound research. The OIRB serves UNM Main and Branch Campus student, staff, and faculty researchers.
The International Foundation for Integrated Care seeks to advance the the science, knowledge, and adoption of integrated care policy and practice through the development and exchange of ideas among academics, researchers, managers, clinicians, policy makers, and users and carers of services throughout the World.
The UWS School of Health, Nursing & Midwifery offers a wide range of innovative and exciting undergraduate, postgraduate, and continuing professional development courses in the fields of integrated health and social care. The Bachelors of Arts (Honours) in Integrated Health and Social Care offered by UWS is an innovative and hands-on degree program designed for individuals who wish to pursue a career within health and social care in the public, private or voluntary sector. Additionally, the School of Health, Nursing & Midwifery has now launched a Master's in Leading People-centered Integrated Care.
The mission of the Telebehavioral Health Institute is to provide clinical, legal, ethical, and competency-based professional training, staffing and consultation to advance the responsible use of technology in healthcare. TBHI is devoted exclusively to addressing the emerging opportunities and challenges of telebehavioral health, telemental health, digital health, telepsychiatry, telepsychology, distance counseling, online therapy and coaching. TBHI offers convenient access to education and training courses for continuing education and continuing medical education credit.
Silver Linings Counseling was founded by Dr. Lori Crowson, DBH and Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies alumni. Dr. Lori Crowson is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy. Silver Linings Counseling offers an advanced clinical model to meet the highly complex health needs of its patient population.
PsychU is a free community and online resource library for mental health. Their 40,000+ members share one simple belief: sharing information, increasing collaboration, and fostering ongoing discussion will lead to improved mental health care and patient outcomes.