Registration Open for the 2015 Irving M. Rosen, MD Memorial Lecture: Eastern Practices, Western Medicine
Join us and speaker Dan Brown, PhD for a great event on October 30th at Ray Hall. Western research
on post-formal mature adult cognitive development has extended the
stages of cognitive development far beyond the model of intelligence
first developed by Piaget. Meta-cognitive skills can be developed and
accessed through Tibetan Great Completion Meditation. Eastern Practices, Western Medicine is an intimate view of how a rich, living meditation tradition provides an important view for positive mental health. We hope you'll join us.
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OCD Awareness Night 2015
Please join us for this fantastic opportunity to meet
experts in the treatment of OCD in adults and children from Butler
Hospital, Bradley Hospital, and Brown University! Clinical psychologists
and psychiatrists specializing in OCD treatments will lead discussions
about OCD and related disorders, psychotherapies, biological treatments,
and pediatric OCD and the role of family members in treatment. OCD
clinic and research staff will be present to provide information and
answer questions about clinic services and self-help resources in
addition, members of the OCD Research program will also be available to
answer questions about OCD treatment studies at Butler and Bradley
Hospitals.We hope you'll join us for this community event.
Registration is now open for the Sixth Annual Antonio Capone, MD Memorial Lecture: The Aging Brain
Join us and speaker Benoit Mulsant, MD on Monday, October 26th for a great event. This year's lecture focuses on Pharmacotheraphy of Late-Life Depression. Depression is the most prevalent treatable psychiatric disorder in late life. Recovery can make a rapid and dramatic difference in an older patient's level of functioning and quality of life. This lecture will review the evidence supporting the efficacy of antidepressant and other psychotropic medications and their risks in the treatment of late-life depression. We hope you'll join us.
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Do you want to quit smoking and free yourself from cigarettes? Joining Project FREE may help you finally quit smoking for good!
Project FREE is a new study
examining 2 different health-focused programs to help you quit smoking
cigarettes and lead a healthier lifestyle. Our research staff is
committed to providing you with the tools you need to live smoke-free.
The study is designed for men and women between the ages of 18 and 65
who currently smoke at least 10 cigarettes a day and would like to quit
smoking for good.
Meet Rich, Sheila, Ann, and Nikki, members of Butler Hospital's Patient and Family Advisory Council. They share their individual experience, strength, and hope through these videos in order to help others living with a mental illness and people who have loved ones with a mental illness.