How do you prepare for, live through, and recover from the stress of disasters? This talk covers the nuts and bolts of what to do and what not to do to prevent traumatic stress reactions in ourselves and also in the survivors we serve.
Medications are often prescribed for autistic individuals for co-occurring conditions. Dr. Barry Prizant interviews Dr. Josh Feder discussing appropriate use of medications as part of more comprehensive plans for supporting neurodivergent individuals.
Every patient and family you see is inescapably impacted by weight stigma or fat shaming and the damage from this bias can be lethal. In this podcast, Mara and I help your patients to shield themselves from weight stigma with healthier attitudes.
When a school placement is a bad fit, medication and therapy are unlikely to make much difference. In this episode, we will help you understand and assist your patients to optimize their success in the least restrictive placement.
Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is still a fairly new condition in terms of awareness and research. Dr. Jennifer Thomas helps sort out ARFID, anorexia, and other conditions including anxiety disorders and autism.
Second-generation antipsychotics routinely breach the FDA’s level of concern of >7% body weight gain. This podcast examines the efficacy and safety of using off-label medications, such as metformin, to manage this side effect.