The Psychiatry Academy community grows daily, as more and more practitioners seek the latest practice-based clinical information in easily-accessible formats.
Explore our educational programs on a variety of issues related to children and the family dynamic – ADHD, eating disorders, PTSD, autism and much more.
See our interactive courses that provide guidance on basic CBT techniques, how to conduct assessments, engaging patients in treatment, setting goals, measuring improvement, and more.
Find guidance on diagnostic and treatment strategies for a variety of depression-related clinical challenges, such as treating comorbid illnesses and selecting optimal pharmacologic treatments.
Explore our educational programs on a variety of issues related to eating disorders.
Explore free programs on a range of different mental health topics and in a variety of learning formats.
Browse our CME-certified self-assessment modules that have been reviewed and approved by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) as part of a comprehensive self-assessment program.
View programs about the mental health care and support of Post 9/11 Veterans and family members of Post 9/11 Veterans who may be experiencing the Invisible Wounds of War.
Increase your knowledge of mind body concepts including building resiliency, the relaxation response, improving well-being, and learn how you can apply mind body techniques in your clinical practice.
Browse specialized, targeted activities designed to enhance your clinical decision-making and help you meet and exceed evolving professional development requirements.
Participate in educational programs focused on complex issues that affect patients with psychosis, from maximizing treatment adherence to managing metabolic side effects.
Learn more about effective assessment techniques, community resources, and pharmacologic and psychosocial treatments for PTSD and common related illnesses.
View activities on screening, treatment and management of substance use, including complex scenarios involving comorbid anxiety, depression and more.