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Dr. Paul Croarkin of Mayo Clinic Weighs in on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

JULY 12, 2015 Novel Magnetic Treatment Helps People with Clinical Depression BY SAMMY CAIOLA scaiola@sacbee.com Highlights: Magnetic stimulation sends currents into brain to reduce symptoms The relatively new procedure broadens range of treatment options A Sacramento practice plans more facilities that make use of technique Depression lifted from Nick O’Madden’s …

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Traditional Healing Concepts and Psychiatry: Collaboration and Integration in Psychiatric Practice by Dr. Jay Shore

Psychiatric Times June 30, 2015 | Special Reports, Cultural Psychiatry By Jay H. Shore, MD, MPH, W. J. Richardson Jr, BA, AAS, Byron Bair, MD, and Spero Manson, PhD Although psychiatry brings tremendous value to the amelioration and treatment of mental distress and illness, at times it falls short in providing holistic care within a patient’s broader …

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How can you tell if your therapist is right for you? These tips from NNDC Center of Excellence, Menninger Clinic may help you decide:

Is Your Therapist Right for You? wednesday, july 8, 2015 You’ve been seeing your therapist for a while, but don’t seem to be making much progress. Or maybe you’re being treated by someone who comes highly recommended, but you feel low on his priority list. Is it time to look …

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NNDC Member, Dr. Daniel Kirsch Awarded UMass Vitality Award to Expand & Enhance College Mental Health Services for Young Adults

Vitality Award-winning psychiatrist addressing needs of transition age youth on college campuses By Sandra Gray UMass Medical School Communications July 10, 2015 Daniel Kirsch, MD UMass Medical School psychiatrist Daniel Kirsch, MD, is focused on improving mental health services for young adults aged 18 to 26 with a new initiative supported …

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Save the Date for our Inaugural Defeat Depression Dash!

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Emory University & MassGeneral Hospital Involved in $70M Wounded Warrior Project Effort

(Photo: Veterans Affairs Department) By Patricia Kime, Staff writer 7:56 a.m. EDT June 18, 2015 A new program funded by Wounded Warrior Project aspires to improve mental health services and care for veterans in the private sector. The charity is using $70 million to fund an effort that will create outpatient …

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Emory University Study Examines At-Risk Children of Mothers With Bipolar Disorder

At-risk children of mothers with bipolar disorder may benefit from early intervention by Holly Korschun In this study, the Early Childhood Behavior Questionnaire and Child Behavior Checklist were used to assess the temperament of 30 toddlers between the ages of 18-36 months whose mothers have bipolar disorder. A recent study …

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“La Traviata” Adaptation a Risk Worth Taking

The newly adapted La Traviata partnership between the NNDC and the Arbor Opera Theater (AOT) had its national debut this past weekend. It included four performances and three outreach events as a platform to address the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide.  The new production premiered at the Lydia Mendelssohn …

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University of Colorado Job Openings

The University of Colorado Depression Center has the following Job Openings PSYCHIATRIST POSITION Located on the internationally respected Anschutz Medical Campus in beautiful Denver Colorado, the University of Colorado Depression Center is seeking outstanding candidates to join our clinical faculty.  Part of the National Network of Depression Centers, the University …

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Florida State University College of Medicine

The Florida State University College of Medicine focuses on educating outstanding physicians for practice in community settings as well as excellence in research and service aimed at the community and the underserved, which includes the fact that people with mental health disorders are the most underserved in Florida. FSU COM …

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