Visit our Website
View this email in your browser

The Biodyne Mindset

Volume 1 Issue 1 - February 2016

Welcome New Faculty!

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Wendy Boring-Bray to the Cummings Faculty Team. Dr. Boring-Bray will be teaching Assessment and Behavioral Interventions for Families, Couples, Children, and Adolescents (DBH 9903) in our Biodyne Interventions pillar in the Spring II 2016 session, and Quality in Healthcare (DBH9014) in our Entrepreneurship pillar in the Fall 2016 session. Her clinical specialties are children, adolescents, substance abuse and behavioral change.

Dr Boring BrayDr. Boring-Bray received an Undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from National University, a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Missouri Baptist, and a DBH from Arizona State University.
She has worked as a counselor in different settings, including in-patient, outpatient, and private practice with all ages, but her passion is working with children, adolescents, substance abuse and behavioral change.
Dr. Boring-Bray is a licensed counselor, a Certified Anger Management Educator, a Recognized Associate Substance Abuse Counselor II, a Consultant helping medical facilities with integrated behavioral health or reverse integration, and is certified in Shared Decision Making for many medical conditions. She stays active conducting lectures and trainings on Shared Decision Making, Compassion Fatigue, Mindfulness and Self-Care, among others. Dr. Boring-Bray brings valuable expertise to our faculty team and we are thrilled to have her aboard!

New Location!

Good news!

To accommodate our growth, we've moved to a bigger and better location! We are still in the same general area of Phoenix, but we are now in a beautiful new office building where we can more effectively collaborate and grow!

Effective immediately, our new mailing address is:

16515 S. 40th St., Suite 143
Phoenix, AZ 85048

Our new fax number is (480) 999-5641.

Our office phone number will remain the same (480) 285-1761

Our web address, email addresses, and mobile numbers will remain the same.

Apply Online Today

Now Accepting Applications for Summer Term

Join the DBH Student Body and earn a degree in a growing field that's revolutionizing the healthcare industry. Whether you have a background in medicine, behavioral health, or allied health, the 54-credit hour Doctor of Behavioral Health degree will give you the tools you need to practice Integrated Behavioral Health Care at a high level in any clinical setting. We combine instruction in medical literacy, behavioral health interventions, and Entrepreneurship to prepare you to innovate, manage, and/or deliver behavioral health care as a well-rounded practitioner.

Call:     480-285-1761
Apply Online:

When a team of primary care and behavioral health clinicians works together with patients and families using efficient and effective treatment approaches, the result is whole-person, patient-centered care.

This care may address mental health and substance abuse conditions, health behaviors (including their contribution to chronic medical illnesses), life stressors and crises, stress-related physical symptoms, and ineffective patterns of health care utilization. 

From AHRQ’s Lexicon for Behavioral Health and Primary Care Integration

Copyright © 2016 Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences