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Joan Kenerson King, RN, MSN

Joan Kenerson King, RN, MSN

Integrated Health Senior Consultant, National Council for Behavioral Health

Joan Kenerson King, RN, MSN, has provided consulting, training and technical assistance to individuals, organizations, regions and states in developing recovery-oriented systems of care and integrated systems of care for more than 20 years. Prior to developing a consulting practice, she worked across a variety of health care settings.

King brings the perspectives of a family member and a clinician, combined with a belief in the power of relationships and communities create contexts for healing in her work.

Focus Areas: Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration, Wellness-oriented Trauma-informed Services, Community Partnership Development, Rural and Frontier Challenges and Solutions


Joan's Consulting & Training Services

The National Council’s wide array of training and consultation fosters effectiveness, efficiency and sustainable integrated services to improve the overall health and wellness of individuals who are at risk for and living with chronic health conditions including mental health concerns and addictions. Our team of consultants have expertise in organizational readiness, integrated care models, workforce and clinical practice, health and wellness, and financing and sustainability. We will partner with you to create a customized approach to advance integrated care and health outcomes.

Integrated Health Consulting Consultants:

  • Joe Parks, M.D.
  • Kate Davidson, LCSW
  • Joan Kenerson King, RN, MSN
  • Aaron Williams, MA
  • Jeff Capobianco, Ph.D., LLP
  • Laura Leone, DSW
  • Pam Pietruszewski, MA
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs) have revolutionized behavioral health care and strengthened services for those who most need them. CCBHCs are a new provider type in Medicaid – organizations defined not just by the comprehensive array of services they provide.

CCBHC Consulting Consultants:

  • Kate Davidson, LCSW
  • Joan Kenerson King, RN, MSN
  • Jeff Capobianco, Ph.D., LLP
The changing health care marketplace requires case managers to act as care coordinators, increase health literacy, use data effectively, support health behavior change and understand the intersection of common health problems and behavioral health needs. This training equips attendees with the skills they need to help the people they serve navigate health care systems and manage their whole health needs. There are three targeted versions of the training – adult, child/adolescent and supervisors.

Case to Care Management Consultants:

  • Joan Kenerson King, RN, MSN
  • Laura Leone, DSW