Join Us in This Upcoming Webinar by Institute for Mental Health Research (IMHR)
Institute for Mental Health Research (IMHR) is thrilled to extend an exclusive invitation to all of you to their upcoming webinar entitled: “Embracing Innovation in Mental Health Research: From Hope To Tangible Change”.
This webinar will be focused on the latest updates in mental health treatments particularly around antidepressants and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Part of the talking points in this webinar will be on the recent developments on treating mental health conditions and how it changed over the past years or if there’s any improvement at all.
Institute for Mental Health Research in Partnership with Dr. Serin
IMHR will be joined by our very own, Dr. Amy Serin, as a special guest speaker to share her own expert opinion on this subject matter.
By attending this webinar, you’ll gain better insights on a lot of things surrounding mental health and possible treatment options. Some of the discussion points you can expect during this online event includes:
- Exploring innovative, non-invasive treatments that are often being overlooked and deemed “risky,” and what possible way can we do to bridge the gap between academic research and the independent marketplace to offer better, more effective solutions.
- Finding ways on how cutting-edge advancements in technology can revolutionize and democratize mental health research and improve treatment outcomes.
- Searching for ways to further expand the movement in favor of transformative legislation that promotes innovation in healthcare.
Don’t miss the opportunity to become a part of this growing movement towards a more innovative, pragmatic, and compassionate approach to mental health research. Join us on September 12th at 12:00 PM MST to be part of the conversation. Registration for the FREE ADMISSION will open on August 28th at 11:00 PM.
Reserve your FREE spot today by visiting this link!
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