Past CME/CE Courses


The Role of Lifestyle Psychiatry in Treating Addiction Disorders

David Baron, MD
Friday, Feb. 23, 2024

Learning Objectives:

  • Define Lifestyle Psychiatry as a distinctive branch within psychiatry that acknowledges the intricate interplay between an individual’s lifestyle choices and their mental health. It delves into the multifaceted dimensions of a person’s life -diet, physical activity, sleep patterns, stress management, and social interactions – to comprehend their impact on mental well-being.
  • Understand the correlation between Lifestyle Psychiatry and Addiction which lies in the acknowledgment that lifestyle factors can profoundly influence addictive tendencies. By recognizing and intervening in these lifestyle components, LP serves as a complementary approach in treating addiction.
  • Discuss several aspects of Lifestyle Psychiatry wielding direct influence over the treatment of addictive disorders. Techniques like cognitive-behavioral interventions, stress reduction strategies, promoting healthy habits, and fostering a supportive social network constitute integral components.
  • Understand interventions aimed at modifying behaviors, reducing triggers, and enhancing coping mechanisms to mitigate addictive behaviors.

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David Baron, MD
David Baron, MD

Cannabis and Psychosis

Steven Batki, MD
Friday, April 5, 2024

Learning Objectives:

  • Define the 3 types of causal relationships between cannabis use and psychosis
  • Review epidemiology of co-occurrence if cannabis use and psychosis
  • Discuss the basic components of assessment of patients with co-occurring cannabis use and psychosis

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Steven L. Batki, MD
Steven L. Batki, MD