Brad Raburn, LCPC

Brad is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and certified counselor supervisor in the state of Idaho. He is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon. Brad is presently employed as a Mental Health Counselor with North End Psychiatry and Associates in Boise, ID. He provides individual counseling with specialties in managing schizophrenia, bipolar, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal challenges.

Brad received his Master’s degree in Counseling from West Texas A&M University and a Bachelor’s degree from Grand Canyon University. He has more than 20 years experience working in human services positions. This work has included providing counseling services in the private sector; a conservatorship role with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services; a Lead Clinician role providing assessment and intervention services in various Idaho prisons; providing treatment to individual’s with sex offenses; and admission assessments for a psychiatric hospital. Brad is also currently participating in an effort to establish telehealth parity in the State of Idaho. Throughout his career Brad has continually exhibited a passion to help organizations integrate technology into their current practices, and continually improve services rendered to individual clients and the community at large. He is also assisting C-WHO on the evaluation and development of several projects.

IIBHN 2021 Presentation(s):

Telehealth Idaho Independent Provider Integration Network (TIIPIN): How Independent Providers are Responding to Telehealth Needs in Idaho.

With Denise Jensen, LMSW.

July 8, 2021, 4:00-5:00 (MST), Boise Centre, Room 410A

Topics:

  • Telehealth in Idaho
  • Addressing Telehealth Metrics
  • Challenges with Data Measurement
  • Challenges with Urban vs Rural access
  • Current Policy Implications
  • Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Telehealth

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be introduced to the TIIPIN
  • Participants will learn the challenges with delivering telehealth services in Idaho
  • Participants will understand how lack of data related to telehealth delivery impacts policy and funding
  • Participants will learn TIIPINs policy strategies for the coming year
Raoul RolfesBrad Raburn, LCPC