Mount Sinai Health Partners’ Behavioral Health Webinars’ Mind Matters ECHO learning collaborative offers primary care physicians live expert consultation on complex behavioral health cases to support screening and management of patients’ behavioral health needs in the primary care setting. These meetings pair case-based discussion with expert didactics on a variety of behavioral health topics including depression, anxiety and substance misuse.
If you’d like to attend a live meeting, click here, to view the curriculum and register. Interested in presenting a case at an upcoming meeting? Submit your case here.
Note: CME/CE credits are available for those attending live events, but are not awarded for viewing a recorded event.
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Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Barriers to Screening for Depression: Effective Solutions for Proactive Depression Care Management
Tyree Grant, LCSW, presents a case of a 70 year old patient with anxiety and depression. Michael Katz, PhD, then gives a didactic presentation on screening for depression, including common screening tools, questions to ask, and more.
Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Effective Treatments for Depression: Psychotherapy
Dr. Emily Gutowski presents a case of a patient with a history of severe depression refractory to many lines of treatment. Dr. Michael Katz presents on psychotherapeutic interventions for depression management.
Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Effective Treatments for Depression: Pharmacology
Dr. Stephen Sisselman presents a case of a young adult with depression and suicidal thoughts, as well as cultural and family barriers to patient support. Dr. Katie Angelova speaks about pharmacological management of depression in the primary care setting.
Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Barriers to Screening for Anxiety: Effective Solutions for Proactive Anxiety Management
Dr. Bruce Chung presents a case regarding an adult woman with a history of depression and anxiety. Dr. Vanessa Litoff then gives a didactic presentation on barriers to screening for anxiety, focusing especially on OCD and panic disorder.
Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Effective Treatments for Anxiety: Psychotherapy
Dr. Carol Wurzel shares the case of a 13-year-old patient with symptoms of anxiety and depression for whom she is seeking a differential diagnosis and diagnostic clarification. Dr. Vanessa Litoff then presents on psychotherapy for anxiety management.
Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Effective Treatments for Anxiety: Pharmacology
Dr. Jill Sisselman shares a case of a geriatric patient with high anxiety and posed the question of benodiazepines versus an SSRI in this patient. Dr. Mary Kate Christopher presents on pharmacological management of anxiety in primary care.
Mount Sinai Health Partners Mind Matters ECHO: Understanding and Managing Side Effects of Commonly Prescribed Anxiolytics
Dr. Nikita Barai presents a case of a geriatric patient presenting with anxiety and depression and multiple ED visits. Drs. Seema Quraishi and Jordan Schwartzberg present on managing side effects of commonly prescribed anxiolytics.