What is Collaborative Care?

Collaborative Care is a specific type of integrative care, and is at the heart of the Ha.Lé model of treatment. Grounded in effective communication, our therapists are committed to working with each other and with you to provide effective, whole-bodied treatments. This approach includes a “yes, and” philosophy, where all appropriate therapies and disciplines are utilized for optimal health and healing.

Integrative health care focuses on the whole person. We use evidence-informed practices, which means your treatments have been proven to help. We also look at health from a holistic perspective, recognizing that the mind and body are deeply connected, and that what affects one part of your system will also affect other parts of you, sometimes in surprising ways.

Collaborative care takes this integrative focus to the next level. We offer a range of complementary modalities, and emphasize finding the right combination to best treat your specific health and vitality issues. We will work with you to create an ICARE treatment plan, and your therapists will communicate with each other as you receive treatment, so that each visit is able to best build on the one before.

Our model of collaborative care also works for you without an ICARE plan. Our classes are our first line of treatment, which means that our teachers are both experts in self-care, and able to recommend additional treatment for more acute or chronic issues. If you come for treatment seasonally or as needed, we will do what it takes to communicate across time gaps and therapists in order to ensure your continuity of care.

Collaborative care means a commitment to working together to create effective treatment. We work with you as a partner in your own health care, and we work with others on our team to maintain continued care. This allows us to effectively deepen health, strengthen vitality, and treat the whole person.

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