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Depression
W. Clay Jackson, MD, DipTh, of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis, discusses treatment approaches for patients with depression and substance use disorders.
Depression
Michael Thase, MD, discusses the use of second-generation antipsychotics as an adjunctive therapy in depression.
Depression
Michael Thase, MD, provides details on the strategy of combining antidepressants when treating patients with depression.
Videos
Joe Pritchard, CEO of Pinnacle Treatment Centers, discusses how an integrated hub-and-spoke care delivery system allows the organization to be impactful in the communities it enters with regards to legislation, regulation and payer relationships.
Videos
Tani Weiner, JD, shareholder and vice-chair of the behavioral health law group at Polsinelli LLP, and Edith Bauer, Esq., general counsel at Discovery Behavioral Health, discuss issues around reimbursement for behavioral healthcare providers.
Depression
W. Clay Jackson, MD, DipTh, explains the difference between major depressive disorder and major depressive disorder with mixed features.
Depression
Sanjay J. Mathew, MD, speaks about best practices for administering esketamine during his Psych Congress 2019 presentation "Top 5 Issues Clinicians Should Know about Ketamine Therapy."
General Psychiatry
In this video, forensic psychiatrist Phillip J. Resnick, MD discusses common traits in school shooters, misconceptions people have about school shooters, and how mental health clinicians can help prevent school shootings.
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Michael Thase, MD, discusses when clinicians should consider using thyroid hormone as an antidepressant augmentation strategy and possible risks of the approach.
Anxiety Disorders
Ben Cort, CEO of Foundry Treatment Center Steamboat Springs in Colorado, discusses the importance of avoiding microaggressions when working with cannabis-dependent patients, as well as the differences between the marijuana of 20 years and the…
Addiction Professional
D. Tyler Coyle, MD, MS, of the University School of Medicine – Addiction Research and Treatment Services, dispels misconceptions around the safety of medications such as buprenorphine and methadone in patients who are breastfeeding or pregnant, and…
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