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Psychiatry 2019 Conference

This intensive, three-day course is designed to update participants in numerous aspects of the practice of psychiatry, including recent advances in psychopharmacology, psychosocial treatments, and assessment of psychiatric patients. A wide range of diagnoses and psychiatric populations will be covered, including psychotic disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorder,...

“Explaining Dissociation in Plain Language”

Sachi Nakajima, JD, MSW, Resilience Presented by the Neurobiology of Fear Laboratory and the Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Research Program. McLean community members, including, staff, patients, researchers, and clinicians, are all welcome to attend this lecture. There will also be an opportunity for a small group of McLean staff members to meet more informally with the speaker an hour prior...

McLean Forum

Lecturer TBA McLean Cloud-CME text registration code: 447

Post-Traumatic Stress and Related Disorders 2018 Conference

McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School are pleased to offer this comprehensive conference on post-traumatic stress and related disorders. This intensive, two-day course brings together some of the foremost authorities in the field, with expertise in not just the science of this disorder, but the art of treating suffering patients and families. Numerous aspects of treatment will be covered,...

Psychiatry 2018 Conference

This intensive, three-day course is designed to update participants in numerous aspects of the practice of psychiatry, including recent advances in psychopharmacology, psychosocial treatments, and assessment of psychiatric patients. A wide range of diagnoses and psychiatric populations will be covered, including psychotic disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorder,...

“When Fear Is Near: Overcoming Brainstem Driven Defensive Responses in Post-Traumatic Stress”

Ruth Lanius, MD, PhD, University of Western Ontario Presented by the Neurobiology of Fear Laboratory and the Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Research Program. McLean community members, including, staff, patients, researchers, and clinicians, are all welcome to attend this lecture. There will also be an opportunity for a small group of McLean staff members to meet more informally with the...

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