Psychological, emotional, physical, and neurologic effects of COVID-19
Beyond the danger for human biology, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on our emotional and psychiatric health. Adolescents, long established by research as a population at increased risk for depression and suicide, now occupy a particularly worrisome position.

Research supporting associations between social isolation, trauma, and hopelessness with depression and suicide will be explored, with a special focus on adolescent populations.

Evidence-based functional medicine strategies for promoting balanced health and mitigating COVID-19 psychiatric risk will be presented, offering providers and patients hope for sustained wellness through the pandemic and beyond.

In this webinar you will discover...
  • Trauma and social isolation increase risk for depression
  • COVID-19 increases risk for mental illness and substance abuse and its affect on suicide rates
  • Strategies to reduce depression, anxiety and psychiatric risks
Learn directly from Professor James Greenblatt
DR JAMES GREENBLATT a pioneer in the field of Integrative Medicine, has treated patients with complex behavioural and mood disorders since 1990.

After receiving his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine, Dr Greenblatt completed his psychiatry residency at George Washington University Medical Centre.

Dr Greenblatt went on to pursue a two year fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to become board certified in child and adolescent psychiatry where he also served as the Chief Resident.

During the fellowship, Dr Greenblatt received specialised training in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders that appear in childhood such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), behavioural disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and complex mood and anxiety disorders.

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