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Troubleshooting The Medication-Talk Therapy Mix

Steven Dubovsky On Reviewing A Client’s Meds When Therapy Stalls.


When you get beyond all the hype and controversy about psychiatric medications, what you find is hard scientific data about specific meds working for certain conditions.

It’s not magic. And, according to Steven Dubovsky, getting it right is not simple.

He should know. He is the go-to consultant in cases where the medications aren’t working as expected. He’s developed an approach to assessment for these cases that is systematic, scientific, and effective.

In this quick clip from my recent conversation with Steve—part of our all-new webcast series on psychopharmacology—he uses a case from his own practice to show how important understanding the scientific data about a psychiatric medication is, and just how nuanced management of these meds can be.

Take 2 minutes to watch and listen. Just click on the frame below to begin.

This video is a taste of what you can expect from our all-new webcast series—Meds: Myths And Realities. It’s designed to demystify the do’s and don’ts of balancing medications and psychotherapy, get you up to date on the latest developments in psychopharmacology, and introduce you to proven alternatives to traditional approaches.

You’ll learn practical strategies for matching clients with appropriate interventions, how to work effectively prescribing physicians, and more. Join us for 5 stimulating sessions featuring recognized experts in the field—Caroline Williams, John Preston, Ron Taffel, Robert Hedaya, and Steven Dubovsky.

Join Us For Session 1–This Wednesday, May 1
Meds: Myths And Realities
Everything Therapists Need to Know About Psychopharmacology
Get all the details here.

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