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Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Academy
Sunrise to Sunset: Shedding a Light on the Treatment of Pediatric ADHD
Timothy E Wilens, MD

In this presentation, Dr. Timothy Wilens discusses some of the latest treatment options for pediatric patients with ADHD, as well as best practices for treating the whole patient based on the specific needs of the individual.

CME credit: 1.00

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Managing Pediatric Mood Disorders Across the Spectrum
Manpreet K Singh, MD, MS

Ongoing research continuously leads to new therapeutic options for identifying and treating mood disorders in the child and adolescent population. In this presentation, Dr. Manpreet Singh explores effective and safe preventive, pharmacological, and psychotherapeutic interventions for treating pediatric patients with mood disorders.

CME credit: 1.00

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The Littlest Victims: Optimizing Pediatric Care in Challenging Times
Jeffrey Strawn, MD

The intersection between adverse childhood experiences, long-standing health disparities, and COVID-19 cannot be ignored. In this presentation, Dr. Jeffrey Strawn discusses how early childhood experiences can affect lifelong health, including not only the young brain, but other developing physiological systems.

CME credit: 1.00

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You “Aut” to Know: Causes, Consequences, and Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders
Adelaide S Robb, MD

There's no way to prevent autism spectrum disorder, but there are treatment options. Early diagnosis and intervention are most helpful at reducing the symptoms of autism and improving the quality of life for people with autism and their families. In this presentation, Dr. Adelaide Robb focuses on diagnostic and treatment considerations in autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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Forensic Psychiatry Academy
Follow Me: Risk Assessment and Management of Stalking
James L. Knoll, IV, MD

Implementation of effective stalking interventions requires knowledge about the types of stalking, legal and safety issues, strategies to help victims, and interventions for victims and stalkers. In this presentation, Dr. James Knoll discusses the evidenced-based stalker types, stalking risk factors, and stalking risk management.

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How to Detect Malingered Mental Illness: A Practical Primer
Charles L. Scott, MD

Malingered mental illness is fairly common, particularly among forensic patients, and requires a real understanding of psychopathology symptoms in order to detect. Here, Dr. Charles Scott reviews common malingering testing approaches and provides guidance to distinguish typical versus atypical symptoms of psychopathology to facilitate detection of malingering.

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The Criminalization of Mental Illness
Katherine Warburton, DO

Incarceration rates of the mentally ill have increased a staggering amount in recent decades to the serious detriment of mentally ill persons. In this presentation, Dr. Katherine Warburton reviews the history of deinstitutionalization and examines its association with incarceration globally.

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Short Circuits? Exploring the Neurobiology Behind Violence and Aggression
Stephen M Stahl, MD, PhD, DSc (Hon)

Treatment for aggressive and violent behavior benefits from accurate assessment of the type of aggression (i.e., psychopathic, impulsive, or psychopathic) and tailoring treatment based on aggression type. In this presentation, Dr. Stephen Stahl discusses the neurobiology of the different types of aggressive behaviors and provides guidance on selecting the appropriate treatment course for violent patients.

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