Engaging in Psychopharmacology

May 12

1:00pm - 3:00pm

Audience: Alumni,  Current Student,  Faculty,  Neighbor or Friend,  Prospective Student,  Staff

Zachary Catir leads a discussion and interactive workshop on psychopharmacology by using real case examples, handouts and facilitating small group work. Participants will learn the early history of psychopharmacology in the U.S. and will also develop a stronger grasp of ethical issues and challenges clinician’s face in integrated health.  Participants will walk away  with basic psychopharmacologic treatment and specific strategies for major mental illnesses (such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and psychotic disorders). Developed with the master’s or PhD level clinician in mind, this course is great overview/refresher for behavioral health consultants, social workers, LPCs and LMFTs working in the field and who may have limited access to psychiatry.  

Cost: 
$40 (general) 
$36 (alumni, faculty, field, staff and DU colleagues) 
$20 (students)

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