• Panel: Latest Research on Alternative Therapies for Mental Illness

Panelists: Amanda McQuade Crawford, Jill Stansbury and Kenneth Proefrock. “Given the industry’s lack of innovation over the past three decades and the history of aggressive marketing of psychiatric medications, some might understandably say, 'good riddance.' But by almost any measure we need better treatments, both medications and psychotherapies, for the entire range of mental disorders.”—Tom Insel, MD, Director, National Institute of Mental Health, 2011 web posting on NIMH site. What IS the future of mental health care? How can we treat the whole person instead of just the disease? When is it safe to taper psychiatric medications in favor of more natural approaches? How do we address the spiritual and societal needs of the individual? What therapies work? Those are the questions addressed in this panel of experts.



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