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Lindner Center of HOPE Advanced Practice Nurse To Provide Insight into Antidepressants at Tenth Evening with the Expert Talk
On Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at the Mason Community Center from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, Mary Jo Pollock, MSN, CNS, Lindner Center of HOPE’s Advanced Practice Nurse, will present Understanding antidepressants: A look at side effects and side-effect management.
New Diet Trend Raises Concerns About Disordered Eating
Lindner Center of HOPE’s Family Eating Disorders Therapist and Intake Coordinator for the Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program, Scott Bullock, MSW, LISW-S, was recently interviewed about the Cotton Ball Diet.
Lindner Center of HOPE’s Family Eating Disorders Therapist and Intake Coordinator for the Harold C. Schott Foundation Eating Disorders Program, Scott Bullock, MSW, LISW-S
, was recently interviewed about the Cotton Ball Diet.
Lindner Center of HOPE Eating Disorders Therapist Discusses Eating Disorders Treatment as Seventh Topic in a Series of Evening with the Expert Talks
Scott Bullock, MSW, LISW-S, Lindner Center of HOPE Family Eating Disorders Therapist, will present “Family Based Treatment: Evidenced based treatment for adolescents inflicted with anorexia or bulimia.”
Lindner Center of HOPE Doctors Among Best in Nation
Ranking Places Four Doctors at the Top Locally
Dr. John Hawkins Named Principal Investigator for Clinical Trial of Non-drug Depression Treatment
Technology capable of reaching deeper brain areas may provide relief of symptoms for patients resistant to medication
Lindner Center of HOPE CEO Presents as Part of Jason Pressley Visiting Professorship
Lindner Center of HOPE’s President and CEO presented Grand Rounds at the Medical University of South Carolina’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in early October as part of the Jason Pressley Visiting Professorship. Dr. Paul E. Keck, Jr., MD, presented “Acute Mania: State of the Evidence”.
International OCD Awareness Week — October 14–20th, 2013
OCD Awareness Week is an international effort to raise awareness and understanding about obsessive compulsive disorder and related disorders, with the goal of helping more people to get timely access to appropriate and effective treatment.
Mental Illness Awareness Week, Oct. 6-12, 2013
Lindner Center of HOPE To Host a Panel Discussion About Anxious Kids for School Staff
Lindner Center of HOPE and OCD Midwest have partnered to offer Anxious Kids in School: Rethinking Response Strategies on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at Lindner Center of HOPE, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Bipolar Disorder evolves differently in patients who binge eat, according to a study in which Lindner Center of HOPE participated
Bipolar disorder evolves differently in patients who also binge eat, a study by Mayo Clinic, the Lindner Center of HOPE and the University of Minnesota found.
NNDC Study Shows TMS Demonstrates Efficacy In Clinical Practice
Lindner Center of HOPE served as recruitment site, contributing to study
The National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) presented results of a multi-site, naturalistic study of rTMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) for major depressive disorder at the May meeting of the Society of Biological Psychiatry in San Francisco.
National Eating Disorders Association Launches 26th Annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Themed Everybody Knows Somebody
Visit NEDAwareness.org to find out how you can make a difference during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, February 24-March 2.
Recent USA Today article turns spotlight on mental illness.
Limited treatment is an issue
Dr. Paul E. Keck, president and CEO provided an opinion piece to The Cincinnati Enquirer in response to discussions about untreated mental illness in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary school shootings.
Business Courier Article Validates Need to Turn Employer Attention to Depression
In an article published on the Business Courier’s blog on November 6, reporter James Ritchie highlighted depression as the most expensive risk factor in increasing per capital annual medical spending for employers