Complementary & Integrative Treatments in Psychiatric Practice

Complementary & Integrative Treatments in Psychiatric Practice

Evidence-based book with integrative and nutritional treatments to reduce medications and their side effects for people with depression, anxiety, bipolar, trauma, PTSD, and other disorders. For all practitioners, especially in the VA, group homes, and psychiatric settings with children, teens and adults. Use this book as a guide for plant-based interventions and mind-body practices, also includes equine therapy, neurostimulation, and visual management.  

Patricia Garbarg, MD, Philip Muskin, MD, MA, and Richard Brown, MD and 54 contributors
Course Expiration Date: Jul-31-2022
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Book Only (1830)

Regular price $60.00

15 CE Paper Test Only (1831)

Regular price $115.00

30 CE Paper Test Only (1832)

Regular price $170.00

15 CE Book & Paper Test (1833)

Regular price $170.00

30 CE Book & Paper Test (1834)

Regular price $225.00

15 CE Online Test Only (W1831)

Regular price $115.00

30 CE Online Test Only (W1832)

Regular price $170.00

15 CE Book & Online Test (W1833)

Regular price $170.00

30 CE Book & Online Test (W1834)

Regular price $225.00

Book Details

Author Patricia Garbarg, MD, Philip Muskin, MD, MA, and Richard Brown, MD and 54 contributors
Edition 1st Edition
Publisher American Psychiatric Association
ISBN 978-1615370313
Format Paperback

Course Objectives

Level 2 CPE

Suggested Performance Indicators: 4.1.2, 6.2.5, 8.3.6, 10.2.4

CPE Type: 720 for Printed/Paper Tests, 740 for Web-based/Online Tests

Upon successful completion, the users will be able to:

1. Summarize and contrast these four types of complementary and integrative (CAIM) therapies used in psychiatric practice: meditation, yoga, breathing techniques, and tai chi.

2. Identify five micronutrients used in CAIM psychiatric practice and an evidence-based use for each.

3. Define “adaptogens” and explain three beneficial physiological processes they offer.

4. Identify five of the nine ways the government regulates the quality and safety of herbs.

5. Describe the science-based approach, called rational phytotherapy.

6. Name the main role of the following herbs used in psychiatric practice: St. John’s Wort, Ginkgo biloba, Kava, and Panax ginseng.

7. Name two natural supplements used to treat depression and anxiety.

8. Describe two uses of melatonin and lavender.

Recommended For...

Registered Dietitian (RD/RDN)
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Registered Nurse (RN)
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American College of Sports Medicine

About the author

Patricia Garbarg, MD, Philip Muskin, MD, MA, and Richard Brown, MD share what they have learned in over 30 years of clinical psychiatric practice.