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Recorded Webinar- Psychopharmacology and Interventional Psychiatry: An Overview

Recorded Webinar-Psychopharmacology and Interventional Psychiatry: An Overview
This discussion is designed to introduce the attendee to an overview of the different classes of medicines used to treat mood disorders, anxiety disorders, thought disorders, attention disorders, sleep disorders, and substance abuse disorders. We will also review current and evolving interventional treatments, including ECT, rTMS, and ketamine/spravato.
We will briefly touch on common medical differential diagnoses, such as head injuries, thyroid disorders, urinary tract infections, vitamin deficiencies, and diabetes. Wrapping up will be a brief discussion on how to navigate conversations with medical-types: physicians/PA's, NP's...both mental health and non-mental health.

Objectives for this training include:
1. Overview of psychopharmacology for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, thought disorders, attention disorders, sleep disorders, and substance abuse disorders
2. Introduction to interventional psychiatry: ECT, rTMS, ketamine/spravato
3. Brief exploration of basic medical differential diagnoses appropriate for a masters or PhD level conversation
4. Formulation for productive remote, multi-system treatment team integration
Courses expire 30 days after purchase.

Dr. Jennifer Morris
Dr. Morris completed her undergraduate work at Oklahoma Baptist University with her B.S. in 1995. She completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma in 1999, and her residency at Griffin Memorial Hospital in 2003. She began her private practice in 2003, and currently is the founder of Edmond Psychiatric Associates. Dr. Morris graduated from the Oklahoma State Medical Association leadership academy in 2021, and currently serves on the legislative committee and as a delegate for the Oklahoma State Medical Association. She is active in the Oklahoma Psychiatric Physician Association, serving to interface and promote insurance parity. Dr. Morris currently practices in Edmond, where she provides psychopharmacology intervention as well as rTMS and ketamine/spravato therapy.

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