Identification and Treatment of Impulsivity, Inattention and Problems with Cognitive and Emotional Regulation in Children and Adults
Join us for a Special Guest Lecture featuring the work of Julie Schweitzer, PhD. Dr. Schweitzer directs the Health Mentoring Academy and the Attention, Impulsivity and Regulation Program at the MIND Institute at the University of California/Davis School of Medicine.
Researchers on the Rise Lecture
The Department of Psychiatry welcomes two of its talented early career researchers to the stage for its next Researchers on the Rise lecture series. On October 26th Jill Glausier, PhD and Maria Jalbrzikowski, PhD will present findings from their latest research and discuss how this work will inform future areas of study.
Modern Day Ethics: Guns, Social Media and Clinical Dilemmas
Social and cultural issues can shift quickly: pressing concerns today may have been all but unheard of days or months ago. Applying ethical tools and standards to new dilemmas can be challenging because the codes and rules evolve slowly. This presentation will address two issues that are timely, evolving, and challenging: talking to patients about firearms and managing boundaries and access in an era of social media.
Mobile Health for Substance Use in Young Adults
The Department of Psychiatry will feature Dr. Tammy Chung as part of its Meet the PI lecture series. Dr. Chung’s research focuses on adolescent and young adult substance use: assessment and diagnosis, screening and brief intervention, and mechanisms underlying psychotherapy change.