TEAM UP hosts an annual symposium that brings together healthcare professionals, policymakers, and other collaborators interested in integrated behavioral health.

Thank you for joining us as we celebrated the integrated behavioral health care progress and collaborated on system-level change.

About the Symposium

The TEAM UP for Children Symposium is an annual gathering of stakeholders committed to improving the health and well-being of children and families through integrated behavioral health care. This one-day, in-person event will feature presentations, panels, and breakout sessions focusing on innovative models of care, equitable access to care, and sustaining improvements long-term.

Celebrate progress and collaborate on system-level change!

Great strides have been made in increasing access to integrated behavioral health care. Join your fellow stakeholders as we share ideas, learn from each other, and work to make system-level change for children and families. You’ll learn from leading experts in integrated behavioral health care and network with your peers in focused tracks tailored to your interests.

  • Free registration
  • Livestream available
  • CME credits available

The goal of the gathering is two-fold: to share updates on the exciting work of TEAM UP and its health center partners, and to elicit input on the work ahead. Join us in celebrating the progress made to increase access to integrated behavioral health care and to collaborate on visioning the efforts needed for system level change.

Intended Audience

  • Policymakers and funders: Local, state, and federal policymakers, funders, accountable care organizations, and advocates for comprehensive child behavioral health care.
  • Healthcare professionals: Medical providers, behavioral health clinicians, community health workers and family partners, and those interested in a career in integrated behavioral health care for children and families.
  • Community-based organizations: Community-based mental health providers, Early Intervention providers, school counselors, and more!


This year’s theme is “Catalyst for Change: TEAMing UP for Integrated Behavioral Health,” in which we aim to celebrate and build collaborations that advance system level change and sustainability of pediatric integrated behavioral health to ensure access and equity for all children and families.

Three tracks will be available:

  • Workforce Development – targeted at clinical supervisors and administrators interested in supporting pathways for building the workforce for integrated behavioral healthcare;
  • Stakeholder – targeted at individuals in state, federal, and community policy and programming interested in learning about TEAM UP for Children and its partners;
  • Clinical – targeted at direct care staff interested in hearing from others in the field leading the implementation of integrated behavioral healthcare within their clinics