Jared Young, Psy.D., LCSW, CCM

“Through personal and observational experience I have learned firsthand the importance of case management, how it shapes delivery of care, and serves to improve health outcomes. Case management is an integral function of health care.”

Biography

Dr. Jared Young, a native of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, has over 20 years of clinical experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment, and behavioral health and physical health managed care. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Masters of Social Work from Temple University. Dr. Young is a Certified Advance Drug and Alcohol Counselor. Young is founder and practitioner of an outpatient behavioral health practice located in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, and experienced in a range of diagnostic conditions. Young’s practice focus is in the treatment of depression, anxiety, pain management, couples, addictions, and personality disorders. Young previously served as a member of the Case Management Body of Knowledge (CMBOK) Editorial Board from June 2012 to January 2017. In addition to his work as a commissioner, Young volunteers on the Pennsylvania Certification Board and serves as co-chair of the ethics committee. Dr. Young’s professional background involves a variety of clinical, business, and case management roles. Young was the Medical Affairs Consultant for AmeriHealth Mercy Health plan, providing public relations and corporate communications, and interacting with the Department of Public Welfare, and State Legislators. Young was involved in monitoring medical management practices in the development of Physical Health-Behavioral Health initiatives with an emphasis on disease management, special needs, and preventative health strategies. Dr. Young authored the article, Addressing the Needs of the Support System, and co-authored the article Supporting the System: How Assessment and Communication Can Help Patients, and Their Support Systems, published in the Professional Case Management Journal.

Subject Matter Expertise

Social Work • Substance Abuse • Mental Health

Personal Statement

“Through personal and observational experience I have learned firsthand the importance of case management, how it shapes delivery of care, and serves to improve health outcomes. Case management is an integral function of health care. This is an exciting time to be in this field, and I look forward to the opportunity to promote case management, and develop and inspire future case managers.”

Publications

Harkey, J., Young, J., Carter, J., & Demoratz, M., (2017) Supporting the support system: how assessment and communication can help patients and their support systems. Professional Case Management, 22(4), 174-180.Young, J (2017) Addressing the needs of the support system. Professional Case Management, 22(4), 188-189.

Stephens, H.,Young, J., Felgoise S., & Simmons, Z., (2015) A Qualitative study of multidisciplinary ALS clinic use in the United States. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Degeneration, Early on line 1-7. http://dx.doi.org/10.3109/21678421.2015.1069851

Stephens, H., Felgoise, S., Young, J., & Simmons, Z., (2015) Multidisciplinary ALS clinics in the USA: A comparison of those who attend and those who do not. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Degeneration, Early on line 1-6. http://dx.doi.org./10.3109/21678421.2014.994530.

Massella, J., Simons, L., Young, J., Haas, D., Toth, P. W., (2013) A pilot study of addiction professionals’ views of certification. Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment, 12(4), 201-212.

Young, J., Felgoise, S., Stephens, H. E., Walsh, S., & Simmons, Z., (2010) A national study of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis multidisciplinary clinic utilization.  Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, 11(suppl 1), 18-19.

 
Conference Presentations

Young, J., (2015, April). Ethics panel discussion. Lecture presented at Pennsylvania Certification Board Annual Conference.

Young, J., (2011, May). Psychological interventions in the management of chronic pain. Lecture presented at Wellspan Behavioral Health Education Series.

Young, J., (2006, October). The roles of special needs units in medical assistance programs. Lecture presented at Living Recovery Conference sponsored by the University Pittsburgh School of Social Work in collaboration with Community Care Behavioral Health.

Young, J., (2005, February). Treatment implications in the substance abusing client. Lecture presented at the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare Special Needs Quarterly Meeting.