If you’ve ever wondered why your client or student is being prescribed a specific medication, this workshop is for you.
Concise, useful, but not too technical, the medication information presented in this workshop will extend your knowledge of psychopharmacology for both adults and children. Camis Milam and Melissa Turner are Compass Health staff members with a wealth of information to share about today’s psychiatric medications, their benefits, side effects, and uses.
- Gain a deeper understanding of current psychopharmacological medications: how they work, benefits and side effects, typical dosage levels
- Gain a historical background of psychopharmacology
- Learn to assess for side effects and efficacy of various medications with your clients and how to address their medication concerns
- Learn how the medications are used the same and differently with children
What participants are saying about this course:
“Better understanding of different types of medications and side effects.”
“This information was wonderful and applicable to my field.”
“I feel more knowledgeable when talking to parent and kids about their medications.”
About the presenters:
Camis Milam, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, is responsible for all medical services as well as the integration of quality medical services with the other clinical and social services functions at Compass Health
Melissa Turner, ARNP, works primarily with children and adolescents living with a variety of psychiatric disorders, providing diagnostic evaluations and medication management.
Who should attend this class?
Those who work with adults or children and want to learn more about the different types of psychiatric medications.
3.5 Continuing Education Credits from NASW WA: Licensed Social Workers, Marriage/Family Counselors, and Mental Health Counselors.
3.5 OSPI Clock Hours for Educators.
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As the class begins promptly, please arrive ten minutes early. Those who arrive late may be asked to leave without a refund or credit.
Those who stay to the end of class will receive a certificate of completion. Certificates will not be issued to those leaving early.
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