Apr SYF Webinar: Would My Child Benefit from Medication?
Dr. Lisa Cullins, C.A.S.E. Consulting Psychiatrist | LIVE event Apr. 23, 2020 | 1 - 2:30PM EST | Extended Access to LIVE event Apr 23 - May 23, 2020. Use coupon code MEDICATION at checkout to receive your free registration. Sign up for our e-newsletter to receive the code first!
Presented by Dr. Lisa Cullins, C.A.S.E. Consulting Psychiatrist | LIVE Apr. 23, 2020 | 1 - 2:30PM EST | Extended Access to LIVE event Apr 24 - May 24, 2020
Parents are often wary about placing their child on psychotropic medication to treat a mental health/behavioral issue. When prescribed for ADHD, Anxiety, Depression or another diagnosis, parents are understandably concerned with side effects and the long-term impact of medication.
In this webinar, C.A.S.E. Consulting Psychiatrist, Dr. Lisa Cullins will explore what parents need to consider and the questions they should ask of their treatment providers when making decisions about appropriate use of medication for their child. Dr. Cullins will also address medication use in conjunction with mental health treatment.
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Dr. Lisa Cullins is Attending Physician, Emotion and Development Branch at the National Institute of Mental Health. She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Behavioral Sciences and Pediatrics at George Washington School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Most of Dr. Cullins’ prestigious career has been devoted to training and education, community psychiatry and systems of care, especially working with children and adolescents in the child welfare system and underserved populations. Dr. Cullins provides psychiatric consultative and direct services for families receiving C.A.S.E. clinical services.