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Psychiatry, Psychology & Behavioral Sciences

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Medical University of South Carolina

Bipolar Disorder
Alcohol Dependence
Drug Dependence
Evaluating Pharmacotherapy for Affective Disorders

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Professor Emeritus and Vice Chair,
Department of Psychiatry
Wright State University School of Medicine
Attending physician, Summit Behavioral Healthcare, Cincinnati OH

Personality Disorders
Anxiety Disorders
The Impaired Physician
Depression in Late Life
Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders in Late Life
Sleep and Aging
Dementia and Delirium
Depression in Primary Care
Anxiety in Primary Care
Measurement of Competency in Psychiatric Training
Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
Personality Disorder in Late Life
Substance Abuse in the Elderly
Psychosis in the Elderly
Mania

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Psychologist,
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital/Brigham & Womens Hospital

Delivering the Diagnosis of MS/Chronic Illness
Positive Adaptation to Chronic Illness: The Growth Path
Strengthening Resilience in Chronic Illness
Managing Expectations in Newly Diagnosed MS Patients and Their Families (or Other Chronic Illness)
Locating Strengths, Finding Solutions: Promoting Resilience in MS Patients and Their Families
Addressing and Improving Adherence
Cognition in MS: A Solution-Focused Approach
Addressing Mood and Cognition in MS
Challenging Families, Creative Solutions: Helping Families Solve the Problems Created by MS
Psychosocial Consequences of Pediatric MS
Developing Competence and Confidence Working with Couples
Early MS: The Family Experience
Children Who Have a Parent with MS: Pathology and Resilience
Psychosocial Aspects of Multiple Sclerosis
The Quality of Mental Health Care in MS
Psychosocial Intervention with Newly Diagnosed MS Families
Strengthening the Couple Relationship in MS
Affective and Cognitive Issues in MS
Interdisciplinary Teamwork to Manage the Complex Patient
Screening for Depression in MS/PD
Addressing the Neuropsychiatric Sequelae of MS
Improving the Recognition and Management of Mental Health Problems in Persons with MS
Improving Quality of Life in MS/PD

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Chief, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Geriatric Psychiatry Training Director
Jackson Memorial Hospital

Geriatric Depression
Management of Depression in Primary Care
Geriatric Bipolar Illness
Alzheimers
Dementia
Benzodiazepine and Opioid Abuse in the Elderly

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Director of Maternal Wellness Clinic
LAC+USC Medical Center
Assistant Clinical Professor
Keck School of Medicine of USC

Integrated Care: Women’s Mental Health Depression in Women
Post-Partum Depression
Depression and Perimenopause
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Helping Mother and Child Achieve Wellness
Women’s Mental Health Across the Lifespan (PMDD, Perinatal, Menopausal)
Women, Hormones, and Mental Health
Assessment and Management of Depression in Mid-life Women
Integrated Care: Women’s Mental Health in the Obstetrical and Pediatric Settings

Adjunct Professor
Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
University of Arizona College of Medicine

Integrative Treatment of Major Psychiatric Disorders Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Anxiety Disorders

Bio/James Lake M.D./2011Dr. Lake is a Board certified psychiatrist in private practice in Monterey, California. He has chaired symposia and workshops at APA meetings and other national and international conferences on non-conventional and integrative mental health care. Dr. Lake has served as a clinical assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Stanford, and is currently a visiting assistant professor of medicine at University of Arizona School of Medicine, Center for Integrative Medicine. He founded and chaired the American Psychiatric Associations Caucus on Complementary, Alternative and Integrative Mental Health Care from 2004 through 2010 and was appointed to a special APA Task Force on CAM and integrative medicine. He is currently co-chair of the working group on integrative mental health in the Consortium on Academic Healthcare Centers in Integrative Medicine, and is a founding member and chair of the International Network of Integrative Mental Health.Dr. Lake has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and chapters on integrative medicine and psychiatry. He contributes a regular column on integrative mental health care to Psychiatric Times, and serves on the editorial review boards of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Journal of the Association for Advances in Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, and Jour of Clinical Psychiatry. Dr. Lake is the author or editor of four textbooks on non-conventional mental health care: Chinese Medical Psychiatry: A Clinical Manual, (with Bob Flaws), Blue Poppy Press, 2000; Textbook of Integrative Mental Health Care, Thieme, 2006; and Complementary and Alternative Treatments in Mental Health Care (co-edited with David Spiegel), American Psychiatric Press, 2007, and Integrative Mental Health Care: A Therapists Handbook, Norton, 2009. Long-standing interests include the role of culture in mental illness, the philosophy and history of medicine, and the role of consciousness and intentionality in healing. You may contact Dr. Lake through his website www.IntegrativeMentalHealth.net
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Physician, Author, Speaker
New York Medical College / Weill Cornell Medical College

An Expanded Role for Healthcare Providers in Delivering Healthcare to Veterans
How to Take a Military Health History and Other Issues Related to Veterans Healthcare Ê
The Role of Moral Injury in PTSD: A Wound to the Soldiers Soul Ê
Medical-Legal Pitfalls When Using Electronic Health Records
Medical-Legal Pitfalls During Telephone Encounters with Patients
Rapid Counselling Strategies for Common Pediatric and Adolescent Medical and Behavioral Problems

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Director, Physician Assistant Behavioral Science Course
Associate Director, Medical Student Behavioral Science Course
Director, UT College of Medicine & Life Sciences Academy of Educators
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
The University of Toledo Medical Center

Burnout and Compassion Fatigue
Anxiety Disorders: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Substance Use Disorders
Doctor-Patient Communication
Motivational Interviewing

John M. Wryobeck is a clinical psychologist and associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University Of Toledo College Of Medicine and Life Sciences (UTCOMLS). He is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology. He has been trained in and practices cognitive behavior, interpersonal, and acceptance and commitment therapy, along with motivational interviewing. He works with patients having a variety of psychiatric illness, with most having a co-occurring chronic medical illness. He also works with healthcare providers struggling with mental health related issues including stress and burnout. He is also involved in the education/training of medical students, residents and clinical psychology students in doctor-patient communication and delivering brief health and psychological interventions.
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Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Bipolar Disorder

Joseph F. Goldberg, MD is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and is Director of the Affective Disorders Research Program at Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan, CT. Dr. Goldberg attended college at the University of Chicago, graduate school in neuroscience at the University of Illinois, and medical school at Northwestern University. He completed his residency in psychiatry and fellowship in psychopharmacology at the Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Presbyterian Hospital, where he later served on the faculty and was site Principal Investigator at Weill-Cornell Medical Center for the NIMH STEP-BD program. He has published over 170 peer-reviewed papers on topics related mainly to the treatment and clinical features of bipolar disorder, as well as three books on bipolar disorder and psychopharmacology. He serves on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology and serves on the editorial boards for a number of peer-reviewed journals. He has been awarded research funding from NARSAD, NIMH, the Theodore and Vada Stanley Foundation, and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Dr. Goldberg is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and is listed in Best Doctors in America and is a Castle Connolly Top Doctor in Psychiatry.
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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine

Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges in Episode Schizophrenia
Antipsychotic Polypharmacy in Schizophrenia
Update on Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarkers in Schizophrenia

Dr. Gallego is currently an Assistant Professor at Hofstra North-Shore LIJ School of Medicine and an Assistant Investigator at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. Dr. Gallego completed his residency training in psychiatry at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn and a research fellowship at The Zucker Hillside Hospital, the psychiatric hospital for the North Shore LIJ Health System.Dr. Gallego has a strong background in clinical research. He obtained a masters degree in clinical research methods at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and has participated as a study physician and co-investigator in various randomized controlled trials with first episode schizophrenia patients, such as the Prevent First Episode Relapse PREFER study (ClinicalTrials.gov ID: NCT00220714) and the Comparison of aripiprazole and risperidone for the treatment of people with First-Episode Psychosis study (ClinicalTrials.gov ID: NCT00320671). In addition, Dr. Gallego has coauthored several papers in the topic of schizophrenia (Gallego et al, 2011; Gallego et al, 2012a; Gallego et al, 2012b; Peters et al, 2012; Ikuta et al, 2012; Zhang et al, 2012; Toteja et al, 2013).For the past few years, Dr. Gallego adopted a translational approach to his work. His current research focus is on the role of microRNAs in cerebrospinal fluid and peripheral blood in patients with schizophrenia (Gallego et al., 2012c). Pilot data suggests that a number of microRNAs are differentially expressed in patients with schizophrenia compared to healthy volunteers (Gallego et al, 2013 Ð in preparation). Notably, Dr, Gallego just received an NIMH K23 Career Development Award that will support this project.In collaboration with other investigators at the Feinstein Institute and the Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine, Dr. Gallego will expand his research operations by investigating the relationship between microRNAs and clinical symptoms (PI: Delbert G. Robinson, MD), genetic variations (PIs: Anil K. Malhotra, MD; Todd Lencz, PhD) and neuroimaging measures (PI: Phillip Szeszko, PhD).
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