Rogers Behavioral Health

Seasonal affective disorder: Psychological and psychopharmacological treatment

Presented by Nicholas Mahoney, DO, and Jessica Fischer, PsyD

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Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is characterized by a predictable onset in the fall or winter with spontaneous remission in spring or summer. For practitioners treating patients with SAD, it’s important to be familiar with the specific skills, pharmacotherapy and supplements which are necessary to effectively treatment SAD. In this webinar, you’ll review current literature on first-line treatments for SAD and examine specific cognitive behavioral and psychopharmacological approaches.

 

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