Treating co-occurring mental health and addiction during COVID-19: Cultural and community factors

Presented by Michelle Maloney, PhD and Sean LeNoue, MD

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Part two of this series will highlight important cultural considerations when treating patients struggling with co-occurring mental health and addiction during the COVID-19 pandemic. Additional discussion topics will include the use of pharmacotherapy when delivering treatment via telehealth and specific interventions, and how clinicians can assist patients in building community with others during the pandemic.

 

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