During my consulting work with Mountainview and other groups, I have consulted with the clients listed below. My involvement with each client has been different, with respect to the activities involved and the degree of involvement, depending on the client’s needs.

Clients are listed in alphabetical order.
Andrews Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Charleston Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Christiana Care Health Services (Delaware)
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Dover Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Hartford Healthcare/Integrated Care Partners (Connecticut)
Healthcare Association of New York State
Healthcare Federation of Philadelphia
Healthcare for the Homeless—Houston
McGuire Air Force Base (US Air Force)
North Dakota Psychological Association
Offutt Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Peterson Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Pope Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Sheppard Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Swedish Medical Group (Seattle)
Travis Air Force Base (US Air Force)
Various individual clients


Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health
Healthcare Policy
Population Health
Novel Healthcare Delivery Approaches
Medically Underserved Populations

Jeff Reiter, PhD, ABPP

Jeff Reiter, PhD, ABPP, is currently the Lead Psychologist for Swedish Medical Group, in Seattle, where he is helping roll out a new primary care behavioral health service.

Previously, he led the Behavioral Health Consultation service for HealthPoint, the largest community health organization in King County (Seattle). HealthPoint hired Dr. Reiter to help develop a new primary care behavioral health service in 2002, and he led or co-led the service until 2015.

In 2008, he teamed with Mountainview Consulting Group, Inc., to help the U.S. Air Force implement integrated primary care throughout its bases worldwide. For this and other work in primary care, he and Mountainview were awarded the “APA Presidential Award for Innovative Practice” in 2009.

Dr. Reiter is also on the faculty of the DBH program at Arizona State University, a new degree program that trains mid-career mental health professionals to work in primary care.

Recently, Dr. Reiter also co-founded the first national organization dedicated to the “Primary Care Behavioral Health” model of integrated care. He continues to co-chair the organization, which now consists of almost 450 members. He also frequently speaks to, and consults with, organizations around the country on the topic of primary care behavioral health integration.

Dr. Reiter holds an ABPP in behavioral psychology and is interested in integrated primary care, ACT, prevention, novel healthcare delivery approaches, and medically underserved populations. Before working in primary care, he spent 8 years as an active-duty psychologist in the U.S. Air Force. He received his PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Vermont.