Narcissism, BPD, or Addiction? The Link & Treatment Strategies
Discover the link between personality disorders and addiction. In this live session, Dr. Lamb and Kyle will dispel the misconceptions, spell out the differences, and shed light on treatment strategies for these co-occurring disorders.
Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, & More: The Co-Occurring Disorders of Addiction
The relationship between these mental health conditions & addiction goes two ways; these illnesses can trigger addiction, but also, addiction can lead someone to develop depression, anxiety, or another mental illness. There is hope for recovery; the first step in identifying & treating addiction ...
Schizoaffective Disorder Masterclass: the Differences from Schizophrenia & More
Schizoaffective disorder is one of the most misunderstood mental illnesses. It's often confused with schizophrenia, schizoid or schizotypal personality disorder, bipolar disorder & psychosis. Discover how to reach the right diagnosis & what the prognosis looks like.
Mental Health & COVID Masterclass: Sustain Recovery During a Pandemic
Dr. Taslim specializes in helping people through big events that cause distress (like COVID-19). Who better to provide a comprehensive masterclass on the mental health solutions during this pandemic than licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Taslim Alani-Verjee. Every day in her practice, she provi...
Adult ADHD MasterClass: Science-Backed Strategies to Make Your ADHD Work For You
Adult ADHD is hard to spot, and once you find your way to a diagnosis, it can be difficult to manage beyond just medication treatment options. Look no further—discover these science-backed strategies straight from world-renowned triple board-certified neuropsychologist, Dr. Judy Ho.
Surprising Myths & Misdiagnoses Debunked: The Truth about Adult ADHD
Personality disorder, anxiety, depression, or adult ADHD? The symptoms of each of these disorders can look very similar. Many behaviors overlap. In this MedCircle LIVE, Dr. Judy breaks down the true differences and how to spot them so that you or someone you care for can find the right treatment.