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Nate Murray

MSSW, LICSW

Nate Murray is president and managing partner of Visiting Angels of the South Shore, a private geriatric home care practice serving the South Boston metro area. Since completing his graduate work in 1980 at Columbia University in New York, he has held numerous clinical appointments, including director of social work and nursing home services at Florida Keys Memorial Hospital, clinical director of the Survival Emergency Shelter, and director of the first inpatient dual disorders program in Massachusetts at Pembroke Hospital (now part of Arbour Health System). In 1988, he cofounded Mass Bay Counseling, PC, which grew to become the largest outpatient private psychological practice in southeastern Massachusetts. Through this practice came a recognition of the difficulties couples faced as part of the then-emerging sandwich generation. As a result, in 2000, he co-founded MBC Senior Services, Inc. and a local franchise of Visiting Angels, the first home care practice in the region. In 2005, he cofounded and was managing partner of CARE, LLC, a private geriatric care management service. He maintains a private psychological practice, including face-to-face and online therapies. Nate is a national and regional presenter on a wide range of clinical and organizational topics and has been a MedBridge instructor since 2019.

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Assessment of Mood and Behavioral Disorders in Home Care

Presented by Kim Bennett Murray, LSW and Nate Murray, MSSW, LICSW

Assessment of Mood and Behavioral Disorders in Home Care

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Video Runtime: 34 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

This course provides home care clinicians information about the differences in mood disorders and how to identify patients who are at risk. Participants will learn how to incorporate standard diagnostic tools and enhance their skills so that they can better help patients struggling with depression and anxiety.

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Assessment and Symptoms of Home Care Patients With Depression

Presented by Kim Bennett Murray, LSW and Nate Murray, MSSW, LICSW

Assessment and Symptoms of Home Care Patients With Depression

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Video Runtime: 19 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

This course will help the home care clinician identify signs of depression in a patient's environment and in their physical and emotional responses to life stresses. It will give diagnostic strategies so the clinician is prepared to learn more about how someone is coping and provide resources so people can get the critical help they need.

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Substance Use Disorder in Home Care and Hospice

Presented by Kim Bennett Murray, LSW and Nate Murray, MSSW, LICSW

Substance Use Disorder in Home Care and Hospice

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Video Runtime: 30 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

Clinicians who provide services in the home setting frequently encounter clients and patients who present with substance use and alcohol use disorders that can interfere with care and reduce positive outcomes. This presentation will assist students in developing a fuller understanding of the prevalence of substance use disorders in home care and hospice. It will cover how to implement diagnostic scales for diagnosis, address opiate abuse in pain management, and identify intervention strategies. This course is applicable to nurses, social workers, and other home-based clinicians.

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Suicide: Assessment of Risk and Prevention

Presented by Kim Bennett Murray, LSW and Nate Murray, MSSW, LICSW

Suicide: Assessment of Risk and Prevention

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Video Runtime: 30 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 16 Minutes

This introductory course presents issues in the assessment and prevention of self-harm in the home care and hospice setting. Determining the seriousness of ideation and when to intervene are of critical importance. Accessing standardized scales can assist with this determination. Sensitivity to issues of mortality and wishes to escape suffering in the elderly and patients with life-limiting illness is imperative for clinicians. This audience is presumed to have intermediate or advanced training in home care/hospice.

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