Tom Smith – Psychopharmacology: What You Need to Know Today about Psychiatric Medications
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- Tom Smith, Professor
6 hours and 27 minutes.
Audio and video formats are available.
20th of March, 2018
Increase your clients’ adherence to their medications.
Practical methods for efficiently communicating medical knowledge
Best medications for each illness and age group
DSM-5® depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, ADHD, and psychotropic medication usage
Most Recent Psychotropic Medication Information
Demands on mental health professionals to broaden their knowledge of psychotropic medications are at an all-time high… not only do you need to be up to date on the latest developments and what is on the horizon, but you also need to take that information and use it most effectively for your client.
Enhance clients’ awareness of their mental condition and how medicine might help them heal.
Identifying treatment issues with improper, insufficient medication dosages
Tools to assist clients in dealing with undesirable side effects
Medication adherence strategies for clients
Depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, schizophrenia, and ADHD are the most recent pharmaceutical management trends.
Manual (2.20 MB) (2.20 MB)
Outline Biological Psychiatry 52 Pages Available After Purchase
DSM-5® and Psychotropic Medication Use Depression Neurotransmitters: Theoretical emotional communication substances in the brain
How antidepressants are supposed to function
Cyclics, SSRIs, and SNRIs are some of the most often used antidepressants.
Risk factors and side consequences
Treatment-resistant depression and herbal remedies
Improving Patient Adherence to Mental Health Medicines
what you and your clients should be aware of Bipolar Spectrum Disorder
Bipolar Disorder Medication
Current “gold standard” therapy and its consequences
Bipolar disorder treatment with anticonvulsants and antipsychotics
Side effects of anticonvulsants
The dangers of noncompliance with medicine
New! Controversial notions in bipolar spectrum treatment
Anxiety’s Various Expressions
Medications for treating insomnia
Anxiolytics used safely
Anxiolytics’ side effects
The mechanism through which antipsychotic medicines are thought to act
Second generation conventional antipsychotics
Side effects of antipsychotics
Noncompliance and relapse
Controversy Antidepressants in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents
The Truth About Antidepressants and Child Suicide
Anxiety medication for children
The new pediatric bipolar illness is disruptive mood dysregulation disorder.
What’s New and What’s Old in ADHD Medications. Stimulants, anti-stimulants, and a few surprises!
Alzheimer’s Drugs, Treatments, Theories, and Controversy
What Comes Next: Faculty of Newly Approved Mental Health Medications
P.D. Tom Smith, FASCP, LMHC, NCP, BCCP Seminars and goods related to this topic: 3
Tom Smith, P.D., FASCP, LMHC, NCP, BCCP, is a Board Certified Clinical Counselor, a Doctor of Pharmacy, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Nationally Certified Psychologist, and a Nationally Certified Psychologist.
He is a professor at Butler School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Saint Louis University School of Graduate Nursing, and the University of Phoenix. Tom is an American Society of Consulting Pharmacists Fellow.
Tom has lectured on Bipolar Disorder, the DSM-5®, and psychopharmacology across the United States. He is the author of Psychopharmacology Made Simple: A Primer and has been published globally on the subject of Aromatherapy.
Tom works with people of all ages in his active private practice in Martinsville, Indiana.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Tom Smith is a lawyer with a private practice. He will discuss ‘off-label’ use of commercial goods. Mr. Smith is a speaker who is compensated by PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Tom Smith receives no pay for his national publication on the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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