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  • Harvard Medical ScHool Department of Continuing Education Offered by the Department of Psychiatry at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Lois E. Silverman Department of Nursing at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Weekend SeMinarS Harbor View Hotel and Resort, Martha’s Vineyard, MA July 5 – 7, 2013 • Friday - Sunday Exercise and its Effects on Psychological Regulation and Cognition John Ratey, MD Psychopharmacology, 2013 Ross J. Baldessarini, MD, MA (hon.), D. Sc. (hon) Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach Martha Stark, MD WEEk-long SEmInARS Sea Crest Beach Hotel, Old Silver Beach N. Falmouth, Cape Cod July 29 – August 2, 2013 • monday - Friday Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Robert Goisman, MD Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update Carl Salzman, MD, Alan I. Green, MD, Russell G. Vasile, MD, Roscoe Brady, Jr., MD, PhD, and Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS Mind/Body Medicine: Components, Research, Techniques and Applications with the Emphasis on the Relaxation Response Herbert Benson, MD and Ann Webster, PhD Sea Crest Beach Hotel, Old Silver Beach N. Falmouth, Cape Cod August 5 – 9, 2013 • monday – Friday Mental Health and Mental Illness in Our Aging Population with Treatment Implications James M. Ellison, MD, MPH Organizations and Leadership: Diagnosis and Treatment Tim Havens, MD The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice Russell G. Vasile, MD Harbor View Hotel and Resort, Martha’s Vineyard, MA August 26 – 30, 2013 • monday – Friday Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Enhancing Treatment Effectiveness and Personal Wellbeing Christopher Germer, PhD Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH The Psychology of Investing in 2013 John Schott, MD 24SuMMeR SeMiNARS tH ANNuAl The Summer Seminars are a series of seminars of interest to the health professional. Taught by a distinguished faculty, the courses allow participants an opportunity to combine learning and relaxation at a totally renovated, magnificent oceanfront resort on Old Silver Beach, one of Cape Cod’s most beautiful beaches, as well as at a stately hotel and resort overlooking Edgartown Harbor on Martha’s Vineyard. SummerWeekendFeesFeeAdditionalWeekFees AllProfessionals Residents/FellowsinTraining/Full-timeStudents q$495 q$295 q$495x_______#ofweeks q$495x_______#ofweeks SummerWeek-longFeesFeeAdditionalWeekFees AllProfessionals Residents/FellowsinTraining/Full-timeStudents q$695 q$495 q$495x_______#ofweeks q$495x_______#ofweeks 24tHannualSuMMerSeMinarS Iwishtoattendthefollowingseminar(s)-checkallthatapply REgISTRATIonInFoRmATIon PrintNameClearly–AllFieldsRequired _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ FullNameFirstMiddleInitialLast _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MailingAddressStreetCityStateZip _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ DaytimePhoneFaxNumber Pleasenote:Youremailaddressisusedforcriticalinformationaboutthecourseincluding:registrationconfirmation,evaluationandcertificate.Please besuretoincludeanemailaddressyoucheckdailyorfrequently. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ EmailAddressqPleasecheckifyouwanttobeexcludedfromreceivingemailnoticesoffuture HMS-DCEPrograms _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ProfessionDegree _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PrimarySpecialty(Physiciansonly)BoardCertifiedqYesqNo ProfessionalSchoolAttended(Physiciansonly)qHarvardMedicalSchoolqU.S.MedicalSchoolqInternationalYearofGraduation______________ onlineRegistrants-addthefirstthreecharactersofthesourcecodefoundhere: martha’sVineyardWeekendSeminars July5–7,2013aq(#3314199)ExerciseanditsEffectsonPsychologicalRegulationandCognition Friday–SundayBq(#3314196)Psychopharmacology,2013 cq(#3314443)ContemporaryPsychodynamicPsychotherapy:AnIntegrativeApproach northFalmouth,CapeCod,Week-longSeminars July29–August2,2013dq(#3314198)Cognitive-BehavioralTherapyandDialecticalBehaviorTherapy: AClinicalUpdate Monday–Fridayeq(#3314201)EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013:PracticeandUpdate Fq(#3314376)Mind/BodyMedicine:Components,Research,Techniques andApplicationswiththeEmphasisontheRelaxationResponse August5–9,2013gq(#3314374)MentalHealthandMentalIllnessinOurAgingPopulationwithTreatmentImplications Monday–FridayHq(#3314445)OrganizationsandLeadership:DiagnosisandTreatment Iq(#3314301)TheTreatmentofMajorDepressionandAnxietyDisorders: IntegratingPsychopharmacologyandPsychotherapeuticStrategiesinClinicalPractice martha’sVineyardWeek-longSeminars August26–30,2013Jq(#3314496)MeditationandMindfulnessinClinicalPractice: EnhancingTreatmentEffectivenessandPersonalWellbeing kq(#3314270)EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013 lq(#3314200)ThePsychologyofInvestingin2013 Programchanges/substitutionsmaybemadewithoutnoticeincludingthedailycurriculum,pleasevisit: Programchanges/substitutionsmaybemadewithoutnoticeincludingthedailycurriculum,pleasevisit: Programchanges/substitutionsmaybemadewithoutnoticeincludingthedailycurriculum,pleasevisit: accreditation Physicians: The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Week-long Seminar: A maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Weekend Seminar: A maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Psychologists: The Continuing Education Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. The Continuing Education Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Counselors: The Continuing Education Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School continuing education is an NBCC Approved Continuing Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The Week Long Summer Seminars for a maximum of 15 clock hours and the Weekend Summer Seminars for a maximum of 10 clock hours. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. Social Workers: For information on the status of the application to the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, please call 617-754-1265 or email: sjruiz@bidmc.harvard.edu. nurses: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Nursing Education is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Massachusetts Association of Registered Nurses, Inc., an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Nursing Education will provide contact hours for the following courses only: Psychopharmacology, 2013, July 5-7, 2013, Harbor View Hotel and Resort, Martha’s Vineyard, MA; Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update, July 29-August 2, 2013, Sea Crest Beach Hotel, N. Falmouth, MA; The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice, August 5-9, 2013, Sea Crest Beach Hotel, N. Falmouth, MA; Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013, August 26-30, 2013, Harvard View Hotel and Resort, Martha’s Vineyard, MA. All other summer programs meet the specifications of the Board of Registration in Nursing (244 CMR). REgISTRATIon InFoRmATIon Summer Weekend All Professionals $495 (USD), Residents/Fellows in Training/Students $295 (USD) Summer Week-long All Professionals $695 (USD), Residents/Fellows in Training/Students $495 (USD) Each additional week $495 (USD) Registration by credit card (VISA or MasterCard) can be made at: Registration by check (draft on a United States bank), please make payable to Harvard Medical School and mail with registration form to Harvard Medical School–Department of Continuing Education, PO Box 417476, Boston, MA 02241-7476. Telephone or fax registration is not accepted. Registration with cash payment is not permitted. Upon receipt of your paid registration an email confirmation from the HMS-DCE office will be sent to you. Be sure to include an email address that you check frequently. Your email address is used for critical information including: registration confirmation, evaluation and certificate. inQuirieS By phone 617-384-8600, Monday-Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM (EST) or by email at: hms-cme@hms.harvard.edu. onlInE InFoRmATIon To register or view activity information online, visit: To ensure proper registration, please add the first three characters of the source code found at the bottom of this registration form. DISCloSURE PolICY Harvard Medical School (HMS) adheres to all ACCME Essential Areas, Standards, and Policies. It is HMS’s policy that those who have influenced the content of a CME activity (e.g. planners, faculty, authors, reviewers and others) disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial entities so that HMS may identify and resolve any conflicts of interest prior to the activity. These disclosures will be provided in the activity materials along with disclosure of any commercial support received for the activity. Additionally, faculty members have been instructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled or investigational uses of products during their presentations. REFUnD PolICY A handling fee of $60 is deducted for cancellation. Refund requests must be received by postal mail, email or fax one week prior to this activity. No refunds will be made thereafter. courSe locationS All sessions for July 5 – 7, 2013 courses and August 26 – 30, 2013 courses will be held at Harbor View Hotel and Resort, Martha’s Vineyard, MA (Telephone 800-225-6005). All sessions for July 29 – August 2, 2013 and August 5 – 9, 2013 sessions will be held at Sea Crest Beach Hotel, North Falmouth, MA (Telephone 508-540-9400 or 800-225-3110). February 25 – March 1, 2013 Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 Carl Salzman, MD February 25 – March 1, 2013 meditation And Visualization Practice For Everyday living And Well-Being and To Enhance Peak Performance Daniel Brown, PhD, ABPH March 4 – 8, 2013 Psychopharmacology: A master Class Carl Salzman, MD March 4 – 8, 2013 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Robert Goisman, MD For further information on all courses visit www.cme.hms.harvard.edu or contact 617-754-1265 or e-mail Stacy Ruiz at sjruiz@bidmc.harvard.edu UPComIng PRogRAmS 16th AnnUAl WInTER SEmInARS, naples, Fl Ross J. Baldessarini, MD, MA (hon.), D. Sc. (hon) Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH Thomas G. Gutheil, MD Jeffrey Lieberman, MD Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD Carl Salzman, MD Alan Schatzberg, MD David Sheehan, MD Daniel Weinberger, MD Roger Weiss, MD John Winkelman, MD, PhD Kimberly Yonkers, MD PSYChoPhARmACologY 2013, A mASTER ClASS April 19 – 20, 2013 Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston, MA BoARD REVIEW CoURSE FoR PART II oF ThE ABPn March 20 – 22, 2013 Boston, MA accoMModationS/travel A limited number of rooms have been reserved at Harbor View Hotel and Resort (Telephone: 800-225-6005) until May 21, 2013 for the July 5-7 weekend programs and by July 9 for the August 26-30, 2013 week-long programs. A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel (Telephone: 508-540-9400 or 800-225-3110) until June 14, 2013 for the July 29-August 2 and August 5-9 week-long programs. Please specify that you are enrolled in this activity to receive a reduced room rate. Hotel arrangements can also be made online at: harbor-view.com or seacrestbeachhotel.com. Please do not purchase non-refundable airline ticket(s) until you have received an email from our office confirming your paid registration. For airline reservations contact the HMS Travel Desk toll free 1-877-4-HARVMD (1-877-442-7863) Monday - Friday 9 AM - 8 PM (EST). From outside the U.S., Canada and Virgin Islands, please call 617-559-3764. tHe HarBorvieW Hotel and reSort The recently renovated Harbor View Hotel overlooks Edgartown Harbor and the Lighthouse and is just minutes from downtown Edgartown, within walking distances to shops, galleries, the beach, restaurants and more. In season, the hotel offers a supervised children’s program, a water sports department, full concierge service and more. The hotel boasts two water vessels – a classic Bunker and Ellis picnic yacht, as well as a 31-foot Center Console boat. These are available to guests for private charter. For information and reservations, contact Harbor View Hotel at 800-225-6005 or http://harbor-view.com. Please advise that you are with the Harvard Medical School Conference. Reservations must be made by May 21, 2013 to receive the reduced rates for the July 5 – 7 weekend and by July 9, 2013 for the August 26 – 30, 2013 week-long program. Reservations made after that date are subject to availability. Martha’s Vineyard is easily accessible by boat via the Steamship Authority (508-477-8600) or Hy-Line Cruises (508-778-2600), within a 45-minute sailing time from Hyannis or Falmouth. Parking is available at lots associated with boat lines. While a car is not necessary, it may be ferried by the Steamship Authority. However, ferry reservations must be made as soon as possible. Air service is also available. nEWlY REnoVATED SEA CREST BEACh hoTEl, noRTh FAlmoUTh Located in North Falmouth, Cape Cod, on Old Silver Beach, The Sea Crest has just undergone an over 22 million dollar renovation creating a beautiful, classic Cape Cod resort hotel. It is located on 700 feet of private beach on one of the Cape’s finest and warmest white-sand beaches. Recreational facilities at Sea Crest include indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center, and dining. Golf is nearby and all the charm of Falmouth and other Cape Cod Attractions are minutes away. A limited number of rooms will be reserved until June 14, 2013 for course participants at a discounted rate. For information and reservations, contact Sea Crest Beach Resort, Old Silver Beach, 350 Quaker Road, N. Falmouth, MA 02556-2903. Phone: 508-540-9400; 800-225-3110 or seacrestbeachhotel.com. Discounted rooms are limited and early reservations are strongly recommended. Please state that you are with the Harvard Medical School Conference. SUmmERWEEkEnDSEmInARS2013•mARThA’SVInEYARD•ThEhARBoRVIEWhoTElAnDRESoRT ExerciseanditsEffects onPsychological RegulationandCognition JohnRatey,MD July5–7,2013•Friday–Sunday Exerciseisessentialinachievingoptimalmentalandphysicalhealth, andmaximizingcognitivefunctions.Modernmaniscompelledby anevolutionarymandateashuntergathergenesrequireaphysical activitythresholdforthebodytofunctionproperly.Asthecognitive andemotionalbrainevolvedfromthemotorbrain,exerciseunderlies brainfunctioning.ItenhancesNeurogenesis—theessenceofbrain growth—anditprimesnervecellstoconnectwitheachother.In addition,exercisepromotesneurotransmitteractivityaffectingmental healthbymoderatingmoodandanxiety.Inthebody/brain/mind relationship,theheartbeatandcontractingmusclestriggerchemical messengersthatregulatethebrainandmind.Exerciseactivatesbrain systemsthatenhancelearning;whenprimed,thebrainisengagedand motivatedwhichenablesthestudenttodealwithnewinformation. ExerciseplaysaspecialroleintreatingADHD,aswellasitsbenefits inpreventingandtreatingaddictions,andimprovingthequalityof lifeforbipolarandschizophrenicpatients. Uponcompletionofthisseminar,participantswillbeableto: • Instruct their patients on the brain changes resulting from routines of physical aerobic exercise that will help manage mood; • Instruct parents and children as to the many ways aerobic exercise makes the learner better prepared to learn by changing theattention,motivational,andimpulsivecontrollevelaswell asthemanyalterationsthatmaketheneuronsreadytolearn atthecellularlevel; • Prescribe aerobic exercise regimens for patients to maximize their emotional health and cognitive function as they age. FACUlTY JohnJ.Ratey,MDisanAssociateProfessorofPsychiatry, HarvardMedicalSchool.Dr.Rateyhasbeenaleadingteacherand researcheronbrainandpersonalityandtreatmentofaggression andthedevelopmentofdisabilitiesaswellasthepsychological andcognitivebenefitsofexerciseandplay.Hehaswritten extensivelyonAttentionDeficitDisorder,learningdisabilities, braindifferencesthataffectsocialskillsandhaspublishedShadow Syndromes,abookthathashelpedbroadenourunderstanding ofhowthebrainaffectseverydaylife.Dr.Rateyistheauthor ofco-authorofmorethan75scientificpublicationsandseven books:MentalRetardation:DevelopingPharmacotherapies,The NeuropsychiatryofPersonalityDisorders,DriventoDistraction, AnswerstoDistraction,ShadowSyndromes,TheUser’sGuidetothe Brain,andDeliveredfromDistraction.HislatestbookisSPARK: TheRevolutionaryNewScienceofExerciseandtheBrain. Foracompletecoursedescription,includingthedaily curriculum,pleasevisit: Psychopharmacology, 2013 RossJ.Baldessarini,MD, MA(hon.),D.Sc.(hon) July5–7,2013•Friday–Sunday Thisseminarwilladdresstheclinicallyimportantscienceof psychopharmacologyasappliedtothetreatmentofschizophrenia, bipolardisorder,majordepression,andanxietydisorders,including pharmacologicalprinciples,resultsofcontrolledclinicaltrials, andaspectsofclinicalapplicationsofpsychotropicagentsthat areimportantforoptimalapplicationsbypracticingclinicians. Theseminarwillemphasizeselectedaspectsoftheevidencebase underlyingclinicalpracticeintheuseofpsychotropicmedicines totreatmajorpsychiatricdisorders,consideringshort-termand long-termefficacyanddosingofantipsychotic,mood-stabilizing, antidepressantandantianxietydrugsaswellastheiradverse- effectrisks.Theseminarwillalsoaddresstheartofclinically successfulandsafeprescribing,andconsidercriticallythelimitsof psychopharmacologicalapproachestothetreatmentofcomplex humanproblems. Uponcompletionofthisseminar,participantswillbeableto: • Improve understanding of the evidence supporting short-term and long-term treatment of patients with psychotic, bipolar, majordepressive,andanxietydisorders; • Improve psychotherapeutic drug treatment practices by greater and more critical understanding of recent advances and practical prescribing information; • Accurately describe current relationships between treatment with psychotropic drugs and risk of mortality due to suicide andothercauses; • Better integrate psychopharmacology into comprehensive care ofpsychiatricpatients; • More critically assess the advantages and limitations of psychopharmacology. FACUlTY RossJ.Baldessarini,MD,MA(hon.),D.Sc.(hon)isa ProfessorofPsychiatryandinNeuroscienceatHarvardMedical SchoolandDirectorofthePsychopharmacologyProgramand InternationalConsortiumforBipolarDisorderResearchat McLeanHospital.Dr.Baldessariniistherecipientofmany regional,national,andinternationalresearch,mentoring,and teachingawards,andisontheInstituteofScientificInformation listofmost-citedauthorsinpharmacologyandpsychiatry.He hasauthorednearly2100scientificpapersandseveralbooks, includingChemotherapyinPsychiatry,thirdedition.Healsowrote thechaptersonpsychopharmacologyforthestandardAmerican textbookofpharmacology,GoodmanandGilman’sPharmacologic BasisofTherapeuticsforseveraldecades,andservesoneditorial boardsofleadingjournalsinpharmacologyandpsychiatry. Foracompletecoursedescription,includingthedaily curriculum,pleasevisit: Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: AnIntegrativeApproach MarthaStark,MD July5–7,2013•Friday–Sunday Dr.MarthaStarkhasdevelopedacomprehensivetheoryof therapeuticactionthatintegratestheinterpretiveperspectiveof classicalpsychoanalysis(whichspeakstothepowerofinsight);the corrective-provisionperspectiveofself-psychologyandotherdeficit theories(whichspeakstotheimportanceofreparativeexperience ascompensationforearly-ondeficiencies);andthecontemporary relationalperspective(whichspeakstomutualenactmentand negotiationbybothpatientandtherapistoftheentanglementsthat willinevitablyemergeattheintimateedgeofauthenticengagement). Herfocusthroughouttheseminarwillbeontheinterfacebetween theoryandpractice;andDr.Starkwilldemonstrate,bywayof numerousclinicalvignettesandprototypicalinterventions,thewaysin whichthethreemodesoftherapeuticaction(knowledge,experience, andrelationship)canbeusedtoacceleratethehealingprocess. Uponcompletionofthisactivity,participantswillbeableto: • Examine the therapist’s “use of self” to inform both understanding and intervention; • Understand the various curative factors in psychotherapy; • Work interpretively, empathically, and authentically; • Explain the therapeutic use of challenging when possible and supporting when necessary; • Describe the process of relenting, forgiving, grieving, and accepting. FACUlTY MarthaStark,MDisaClinicalInstructorinPsychiatryat HarvardMedicalSchoolandTeaching/SupervisingAnalystat theMassachusettsInstituteforPsychoanalysis.SheisanAdjunct FacultymemberattheCenterforPsychoanalyticStudiesat MassachusettsGeneralHospitalandteachesintheContinuing EducationProgramsattheMassachusettsSchoolofProfessional PsychologyandtheSmithCollegeSchoolforSocialWork. Dr.StarkistheauthorofWorkingwithResistance;APrimeron WorkingwithResistance;andModesofTherapeuticAction. Foracompletecoursedescription,includingthedaily curriculum,pleasevisit: ACgmEComPETEnCIES Allseminarsaredesignedtomeetoneormoreofthefollowing AccreditationCouncilofGraduateMedicalEducationCompetencies: • Patient care • Interpersonal and communication skills • Practice-based learning and improvement • Practice-based learning and communications skills TARgETAUDIEnCE Thesummerseminarsareaseriesofseminarsofinteresttohealthprofessionalsin thefieldsofpsychiatry,psychology,nursing,socialwork,counseling,medicineandsurgery. SEmInARFoRmAT WeekendSeMinarS EarnUpto10AMAPRACategoryICreditsTM Friday:4:30pm-6:30pm Saturday:8:15am-12:30pm Sunday:8:15am-12:30pm WEEk-longSEmInARS EarnUpto15AMAPRACategoryICreditsTM MeetMonday-Friday:9:00am-12:15pm Co-CoURSEDIRECToRoFThE24ThAnnUAlSUmmERSEmInARS LawrenceE.Lifson,MD,isaLectureronPsychiatry,HarvardMedicalSchoolandAssociateClinicalProfessorofPsychiatry,TuftsMedical School.HeistheDirectoroftheContinuingEducationProgramatBethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenterandisonthefacultyofthe BostonPsychoanalyticInstitute.Dr.LifsonisaDistinguishedLifeFellowoftheAmericanPsychiatricAssociationandthe2012recipient oftheMassachusettsPsychiatricSociety’s“OutstandingPsychiatristinEducationAward”.HeiseditorofUnderstandingTherapeuticAction: CurrentConceptsofCureandTheMentalHealthPractitionerandtheLawandThePsychologyofInvesting. over☞ a B c REgISTER onlInE AT: cme2.hmssummer.com REgISTERonlInEAT:cme2.hmssummer.com cme2.hmssummer.com. cme2.hmssummer.com. cme2.hmssummer.com/4199 cme2.hmssummer.com/4196 cme2.hmssummer.com/4443 SourceCode:BCDEFghIJklmnXZZZ cme2.hmssummer.com cme2.hmssummer.com cme2.hmssummer.com
  • HarvardMedicalScHool DepartmentofContinuingEducation OfferedbytheDepartmentofPsychiatryatBethIsraelDeaconess MedicalCenterandLoisE.SilvermanDepartmentofNursingat BethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenter WeekendSeMinarS HarborViewHotelandResort,Martha’sVineyard,MA July5–7,2013•Friday-Sunday ExerciseanditsEffectsonPsychologicalRegulationandCognition JohnRatey,MD Psychopharmacology,2013 RossJ.Baldessarini,MD,MA(hon.),D.Sc.(hon) ContemporaryPsychodynamicPsychotherapy:AnIntegrativeApproach MarthaStark,MD WEEk-longSEmInARS SeaCrestBeachHotel,OldSilverBeachN.Falmouth,CapeCod July29–August2,2013•monday-Friday Cognitive-BehavioralTherapyandDialecticalBehaviorTherapy:AClinicalUpdate RobertGoisman,MD EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013:PracticeandUpdate CarlSalzman,MD,AlanI.Green,MD,RussellG.Vasile,MD, RoscoeBrady,Jr.,MD,PhD,andBarbaraJ.Coffey,MD,MS Mind/BodyMedicine:Components,Research,TechniquesandApplications withtheEmphasisontheRelaxationResponse HerbertBenson,MDandAnnWebster,PhD SeaCrestBeachHotel,OldSilverBeachN.Falmouth,CapeCod August5–9,2013•monday–Friday MentalHealthandMentalIllnessinOurAgingPopulation withTreatmentImplications JamesM.Ellison,MD,MPH OrganizationsandLeadership:DiagnosisandTreatment TimHavens,MD TheTreatmentofMajorDepressionandAnxietyDisorders: IntegratingPsychopharmacologyandPsychotherapeutic StrategiesinClinicalPractice RussellG.Vasile,MD HarborViewHotelandResort,Martha’sVineyard,MA August26–30,2013•monday–Friday MeditationandMindfulnessinClinicalPractice: EnhancingTreatmentEffectivenessandPersonalWellbeing ChristopherGermer,PhD EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013 NassirGhaemi,MD,MPH ThePsychologyofInvestingin2013 JohnSchott,MD 24SuMMeRSeMiNARS tHANNuAl TheSummerSeminarsareaseriesofseminarsofinteresttothehealthprofessional.Taughtbyadistinguishedfaculty, thecoursesallowparticipantsanopportunitytocombinelearningandrelaxationatatotallyrenovated,magnificent oceanfrontresortonOldSilverBeach,oneofCapeCod’smostbeautifulbeaches,aswellasatastatelyhotelandresort overlookingEdgartownHarboronMartha’sVineyard. Summer Weekend Fees Fee Additional Week Fees All Professionals Residents/Fellows in Training/Full-time Students q$495 q$295 q$495 x _______ # of weeks q$495 x _______ # of weeks Summer Week-long Fees Fee Additional Week Fees All Professionals Residents/Fellows in Training/Full-time Students q$695 q$495 q$495 x _______ # of weeks q$495 x _______ # of weeks 24tH annual SuMMer SeMinarS I wish to attend the following seminar(s) - check all that apply REgISTRATIon InFoRmATIon Print Name Clearly – All Fields Required _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Full Name First Middle Initial Last _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mailing Address Street City State Zip _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Daytime Phone Fax Number Please note: Your email address is used for critical information about the course including: registration confirmation, evaluation and certificate. Please be sure to include an email address you check daily or frequently. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Email Address q Please check if you want to be excluded from receiving email notices of future HMS-DCE Programs _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Profession Degree _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Primary Specialty (Physicians only) Board Certified q Yes q No Professional School Attended (Physicians only) q Harvard Medical School q U.S. Medical School q International Year of Graduation______________ online Registrants - add the first three characters of the source code found here: martha’s Vineyard Weekend Seminars July 5 – 7, 2013 a q (#3314199) Exercise and its Effects on Psychological Regulation and Cognition Friday – Sunday B q (#3314196) Psychopharmacology, 2013 c q (#3314443) Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach north Falmouth, Cape Cod, Week-long Seminars July 29 – August 2, 2013 d q (#3314198) Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Monday – Friday e q (#3314201) Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update F q (#3314376) Mind/Body Medicine: Components, Research, Techniques and Applications with the Emphasis on the Relaxation Response August 5 – 9, 2013 g q (#3314374) Mental Health and Mental Illness in Our Aging Population with Treatment Implications Monday – Friday H q (#3314445) Organizations and Leadership: Diagnosis and Treatment I q (#3314301) The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice martha’s Vineyard Week-long Seminars August 26 – 30, 2013 J q (#3314496) Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Enhancing Treatment Effectiveness and Personal Wellbeing k q (#3314270) Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 l q (#3314200) The Psychology of Investing in 2013 Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice including the daily curriculum, please visit: Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice including the daily curriculum, please visit: Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice including the daily curriculum, please visit: accreditation Physicians:TheHarvardMedicalSchoolisaccreditedbytheAccreditationCouncilforContinuingMedicalEducationto providecontinuingmedicaleducationforphysicians. TheHarvardMedicalSchooldesignatesthisliveactivityforamaximumof15AMAPRACategory1Credits™.Physiciansshould claimonlythecreditcommensuratewiththeextentoftheirparticipationintheactivity. Week-longSeminar:Amaximumof15AMAPRACategory1Credits™ WeekendSeminar:Amaximumof10AMAPRACategory1Credits™ Psychologists:TheContinuingEducationProgramatBethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenter,amajorteachinghospitalof HarvardMedicalSchoolisapprovedbytheAmericanPsychologicalAssociationtooffercontinuingeducationforpsychologists. TheContinuingEducationProgramatBethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenter,amajorteachinghospitalofHarvardMedical Schoolmaintainsresponsibilityforthisprogramanditscontent. Counselors:TheContinuingEducationProgramatBethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenter,amajorteachinghospitalofHarvard MedicalSchoolcontinuingeducationisanNBCCApprovedContinuingProvider(ACEP)andmayofferNBCCapprovedclock hoursforeventsthatmeetNBCCrequirements.TheWeekLongSummerSeminarsforamaximumof15clockhoursandthe WeekendSummerSeminarsforamaximumof10clockhours.TheACEPsolelyisresponsibleforallaspectsoftheprogram. SocialWorkers:ForinformationonthestatusoftheapplicationtotheMassachusettsChapteroftheNationalAssociationof SocialWorkers,pleasecall617-754-1265oremail:sjruiz@bidmc.harvard.edu. nurses:BethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenterNursingEducationisanapprovedproviderofcontinuingnursingeducationby theMassachusettsAssociationofRegisteredNurses,Inc.,anaccreditedapproverbytheAmericanNursesCredentialingCenter’s CommissiononAccreditation.BethIsraelDeaconessMedicalCenterNursingEducationwillprovidecontacthoursforthe followingcoursesonly: Psychopharmacology,2013,July5-7,2013,HarborViewHotelandResort,Martha’sVineyard,MA; EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013:PracticeandUpdate,July29-August2,2013,SeaCrestBeachHotel,N.Falmouth,MA; TheTreatmentofMajorDepressionandAnxietyDisorders:IntegratingPsychopharmacologyandPsychotherapeuticStrategies inClinicalPractice,August5-9,2013,SeaCrestBeachHotel,N.Falmouth,MA; EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013,August26-30,2013,HarvardViewHotelandResort,Martha’sVineyard,MA. 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February25–March1,2013 EssentialPsychopharmacology,2013 CarlSalzman,MD February25–March1,2013 meditationAndVisualizationPractice ForEverydaylivingAndWell-Beingand ToEnhancePeakPerformance DanielBrown,PhD,ABPH March4–8,2013 Psychopharmacology:AmasterClass CarlSalzman,MD March4–8,2013 Cognitive-BehavioralTherapyand DialecticalBehaviorTherapy: AClinicalUpdate RobertGoisman,MD Forfurtherinformationonallcoursesvisitwww.cme.hms.harvard.edu orcontact617-754-1265ore-mailStacyRuizatsjruiz@bidmc.harvard.edu UPComIngPRogRAmS 16thAnnUAlWInTERSEmInARS,naples,Fl RossJ.Baldessarini,MD,MA(hon.),D.Sc.(hon) NassirGhaemi,MD,MPH ThomasG.Gutheil,MD JeffreyLieberman,MD CharlesNemeroff,MD,PhD CarlSalzman,MD AlanSchatzberg,MD DavidSheehan,MD DanielWeinberger,MD RogerWeiss,MD JohnWinkelman,MD,PhD KimberlyYonkers,MD PSYChoPhARmACologY2013,AmASTERClASS April19–20,2013 FairmontCopleyPlaza,Boston,MA BoARDREVIEWCoURSEFoRPARTIIoFThEABPn March20–22,2013 Boston,MA accoMModationS/travel AlimitednumberofroomshavebeenreservedatHarborViewHotelandResort(Telephone:800-225-6005)untilMay21, 2013fortheJuly5-7weekendprogramsandbyJuly9fortheAugust26-30,2013week-longprograms.Alimitednumberof roomshavebeenreservedattheSeaCrestBeachHotel(Telephone:508-540-9400or800-225-3110)untilJune14,2013for theJuly29-August2andAugust5-9week-longprograms.Pleasespecifythatyouareenrolledinthisactivitytoreceiveareduced roomrate.Hotelarrangementscanalsobemadeonlineat:harbor-view.comorseacrestbeachhotel.com.Pleasedonotpurchase non-refundableairlineticket(s)untilyouhavereceivedanemailfromourofficeconfirmingyourpaidregistration.Forairline reservationscontacttheHMSTravelDesktollfree1-877-4-HARVMD(1-877-442-7863)Monday-Friday9AM-8PM(EST). 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As the cognitive and emotional brain evolved from the motor brain, exercise underlies brain functioning. It enhances Neurogenesis—the essence of brain growth—and it primes nerve cells to connect with each other. In addition, exercise promotes neurotransmitter activity affecting mental health by moderating mood and anxiety. In the body/brain/mind relationship, the heart beat and contracting muscles trigger chemical messengers that regulate the brain and mind. Exercise activates brain systems that enhance learning; when primed, the brain is engaged and motivated which enables the student to deal with new information. Exercise plays a special role in treating ADHD, as well as its benefits in preventing and treating addictions, and improving the quality of life for bipolar and schizophrenic patients. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Instruct their patients on the brain changes resulting from routines of physical aerobic exercise that will help manage mood; • Instruct parents and children as to the many ways aerobic exercise makes the learner better prepared to learn by changing the attention, motivational, and impulsive control level as well as the many alterations that make the neurons ready to learn at the cellular level; • Prescribe aerobic exercise regimens for patients to maximize their emotional health and cognitive function as they age. FACUlTY John J. Ratey, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Ratey has been a leading teacher and researcher on brain and personality and treatment of aggression and the development of disabilities as well as the psychological and cognitive benefits of exercise and play. He has written extensively on Attention Deficit Disorder, learning disabilities, brain differences that affect social skills and has published Shadow Syndromes, a book that has helped broaden our understanding of how the brain affects everyday life. Dr. Ratey is the author of co-author of more than 75 scientific publications and seven books: Mental Retardation: Developing Pharmacotherapies, The Neuropsychiatry of Personality Disorders, Driven to Distraction, Answers to Distraction, Shadow Syndromes, The User’s Guide to the Brain, and Delivered from Distraction. His latest book is SPARK: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Psychopharmacology, 2013 Ross J. Baldessarini, MD, MA (hon.), D. Sc. (hon) July 5 – 7, 2013 • Friday – Sunday This seminar will address the clinically important science of psychopharmacology as applied to the treatment of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, and anxiety disorders, including pharmacological principles, results of controlled clinical trials, and aspects of clinical applications of psychotropic agents that are important for optimal applications by practicing clinicians. The seminar will emphasize selected aspects of the evidence base underlying clinical practice in the use of psychotropic medicines to treat major psychiatric disorders, considering short-term and long-term efficacy and dosing of antipsychotic, mood-stabilizing, antidepressant and antianxiety drugs as well as their adverse- effect risks. The seminar will also address the art of clinically successful and safe prescribing, and consider critically the limits of psychopharmacological approaches to the treatment of complex human problems. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Improve understanding of the evidence supporting short-term and long-term treatment of patients with psychotic, bipolar, major depressive, and anxiety disorders; • Improve psychotherapeutic drug treatment practices by greater and more critical understanding of recent advances and practical prescribing information; • Accurately describe current relationships between treatment with psychotropic drugs and risk of mortality due to suicide and other causes; • Better integrate psychopharmacology into comprehensive care of psychiatric patients; • More critically assess the advantages and limitations of psychopharmacology. FACUlTY Ross J. Baldessarini, MD, MA (hon.), D. Sc. (hon) is a Professor of Psychiatry and in Neuroscience at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Psychopharmacology Program and International Consortium for Bipolar Disorder Research at McLean Hospital. Dr. Baldessarini is the recipient of many regional, national, and international research, mentoring, and teaching awards, and is on the Institute of Scientific Information list of most-cited authors in pharmacology and psychiatry. He has authored nearly 2100 scientific papers and several books, including Chemotherapy in Psychiatry, third edition. He also wrote the chapters on psychopharmacology for the standard American textbook of pharmacology, Goodman and Gilman’s Pharmacologic Basis of Therapeutics for several decades, and serves on editorial boards of leading journals in pharmacology and psychiatry. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach Martha Stark, MD July 5 – 7, 2013 • Friday – Sunday Dr. Martha Stark has developed a comprehensive theory of therapeutic action that integrates the interpretive perspective of classical psychoanalysis (which speaks to the power of insight); the corrective-provision perspective of self-psychology and other deficit theories (which speaks to the importance of reparative experience as compensation for early-on deficiencies); and the contemporary relational perspective (which speaks to mutual enactment and negotiation by both patient and therapist of the entanglements that will inevitably emerge at the intimate edge of authentic engagement). Her focus throughout the seminar will be on the interface between theory and practice; and Dr. Stark will demonstrate, by way of numerous clinical vignettes and prototypical interventions, the ways in which the three modes of therapeutic action (knowledge, experience, and relationship) can be used to accelerate the healing process. Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Examine the therapist’s “use of self” to inform both understanding and intervention; • Understand the various curative factors in psychotherapy; • Work interpretively, empathically, and authentically; • Explain the therapeutic use of challenging when possible and supporting when necessary; • Describe the process of relenting, forgiving, grieving, and accepting. FACUlTY Martha Stark, MD is a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Teaching/Supervising Analyst at the Massachusetts Institute for Psychoanalysis. She is an Adjunct Faculty member at the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies at Massachusetts General Hospital and teaches in the Continuing Education Programs at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology and the Smith College School for Social Work. Dr. Stark is the author of Working with Resistance; A Primer on Working with Resistance; and Modes of Therapeutic Action. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: ACgmE ComPETEnCIES All seminars are designed to meet one or more of the following Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education Competencies: • Patient care • Interpersonal and communication skills • Practice-based learning and improvement • Practice-based learning and communications skills TARgET AUDIEnCE The summer seminars are a series of seminars of interest to health professionals in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, social work, counseling, medicine and surgery. 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  • Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • North Falmouth, Cape Cod • Sea Crest Beach Hotel Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Robert Goisman, MD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday The influence of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is widening as the importance of cost-effective, empirically validated, shorter- term treatment increases. From its beginnings as a treatment for specific phobias, CBT is now indicated for a wide range of mood and anxiety disorders. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a highly effective and very popular form of cognitive-behavioral treatment for patients with borderline personality disorder. Newest on the scene is the application of CBT to the treatment of psychotic symptoms. Topics to be covered will include a brief review of the development of behavioral and cognitive treatments; anxiety disorders, including panic, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder; mood disorders; DBT; and social skills training for schizophrenia. We will include a discussion of CBT for bipolar disorder and also discuss new applications of cognitive therapy to the treatment of delusions and hallucinations. We will in part utilize a case presentation format, in which a typical case will be presented at the beginning of each session and then later discussed using the principles developed that morning. Live role-playing exercises will also be used in order to illustrate the application of social skills training principles. Participants will be invited to present their own cases for cognitive-behavioral consultation. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Utilize specific techniques for anxiety reduction in patients with anxiety disorders; • Describe specific CBT interventions used in panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, and PTSD; • Apply cognitive and behavioral therapy methods in the treatment of patients with unipolar depression and with bipolar disorder; • Describe a typical DBT curriculum; • Address issues in the office management of borderline patients from a DBT perspective; • Describe social skills training and cognitive restructuring as they apply to the serious and persistently mentally ill; • Describe areas of convergence as well as divergence in the relationship between CBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Faculty Robert M. Goisman, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the former Director of Medical Student Education at Massachusetts Mental Health Center. His research interests have included behavioral therapy, anxiety disorders, and psychosocial rehabilitation in chronic mental illness. Dr. Goisman is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. He is a past recipient of the Outstanding Psychiatrist Award from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society for Public Sector Service. He is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. In 2011 he received the Special Faculty Prize for Sustained Excellence in Teaching from Harvard Medical School. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update Carl Salzman, MD, Alan I. Green, MD, Russell G. Vasile, MD, Roscoe Brady, Jr., MD, PhD and Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday The objectives of this course are to provide, in a lecture and question and answer format, a review of the mechanisms and clinical applications of psychotropic drug treatments. An updated review of neurobiology and brain function will be presented, taking the attendee through neurotransmission sequence from neurotransmitter and synaptic function synthesis to gene transcription. The interaction between genes and the environment will be emphasized. The current use of antipsychotic drugs and mood stabilizing drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder will be presented; new antipsychotic medications will also be discussed along with potential new uses for mood stabilizers. A comprehensive review of the neurobiology and genetic predisposition to depression will be emphasized along with the modern use of antidepressants based on the latest research findings. Treatment of Bipolar Depression will be emphasized. There will be an overview of anxiety and anxiety spectrum disorders. Depressive disorders, with a focus on psychopharmacologic management of major depression (including bipolar depression) will be discussed. Current and New Strategies on resistant depression will be underscored. The seminar will conclude with the latest advances in child and adolescent psychopharmacology. Throughout the course the establishment and importance of the therapeutic alliance when prescribing all psychotropic medications will be underscored, as will the potential hazards/benefits of polypharmacy drug interactions. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Demonstrate an understanding of psychotropic drug treatment, for schizophrenia, bipolar depression and anxiety spectrum disorders; • Discuss psychiatric disorders and their pharmacotherapy within a framework that integrates biological and psychodynamic perspectives; • Assess potential liability issues that arise from the use of psychotropic drugs; • Assess practical and useful information for the prescribing as well as the non-prescribing clinician; • More effectively manage the psychopharmacologic treatment of children, adolescents and adults; • Integrate psychopharmacology and psychotherapy into patient care. Faculty Carl Salzman, MD is a Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. He has served as Chairman, American Psychiatric Association Benzodiazepine Task Force. He has been awarded the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Outstanding Teaching in Psychiatry at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Vestermark Award from the American Psychiatric Association for Outstanding Contribution to Psychiatric Education, Heinz E. Lehmann Award from the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene for his contribution to psychiatric research, Teacher of the Year Award from CME and Outstanding Psychiatrist of the Year for Education by the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society. He has also been on numerous editorial boards including The American Journal of Psychiatry. Dr. Salzman is author of over 250 publications and 7 books. His latest book is Clinical Geriatric Psychopharmacology, 4th edition. Alan I. Green, MD is the Raymond Sobel Professor of Psychiatry, Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School. An internationally recognized teacher, expert and investigator in the clinical neuropharmacology of schizophrenia and substance abuse, Dr. Green is currently the Principal Investigator of 4 NIH grants. He has published over 100 scientific articles and has received numerous awards, including the Outstanding Psychiatrist Award for Research from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society and the Outstanding Teaching Award at the Brockton VA Medical Center. Russell G. Vasile, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of the Affective Disorders Consultation Program at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Vasile has published in diverse areas related to the assessment and treatment of anxiety and affective disorders. Dr. Vasile is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and is certified in Forensic Psychiatry. He is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Roscoe Brady Jr. MD, PhD is an Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of Psychopharmacology Education at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He is the former Director of the Neuroscience Curriculum at the Mass General Hospital/McLean Hospital psychiatry residency program. His academic interests include the neurobiology of mania in bipolar disorder and his research is supported by both the Dupont-Warren and Livingston Fellowship Awards from Harvard Medical School. Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS is an Associate Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine; Director, Tics and Tourette’s Clinical and Research Program, NYU Child Study Center, and Research Psychiatrist, Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research. Former Director of the Tics and Tourette’s Clinics at McLean and Massachusetts General Hospitals, and former Director of Pediatric Psychopharmacology at McLean Hospital. Associate Editor, Advanced Pediatric Psychopharmacology, Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Mind/Body Medicine: Components, Research, Techniques and Applications with the Emphasis on the Relaxation Response Herbert Benson, MD and Ann Webster, PhD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday This course, which will be both didactic and experiential, will focus on understanding the foundation of mind/body medicine, the role of stress in illness, recent research advances, and techniques and applications of mind/body medicine. Learners will come to understand how the causes, development and outcomes of an illness are determined by the interaction of biochemistry and physiology with psychological, social and cultural factors. Recent data establishing that the relaxation response beneficially alters genomic changes will be covered. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Describe the history, components and the economic benefits of mind/body medicine; • Employ stress physiology and mind/body interactions in health and illness; • Describe recent research in mind/body medicine; • Utilize several mind/body techniques and understand their applications. Faculty Herbert Benson, MD Mind/Body Medical Institute, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and the Director Emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The recipient of numerous national and international awards, Dr. Benson has been a pioneer in mind/body studies. His work led to the definition of the relaxation response and how it counteracts the harmful effects of stress and serves as a bridge between mind and body as well as between medicine and spirituality. Dr. Benson is the author or co-author of more than 180 publications and eleven books including: The Relaxation Response; The Mind/ Body Effect; The Wellness Book; Timeless Healing; The Breakout Principle: Activate the Natural Trigger that Maximizes Creativity, Athletic Performance, Productivity and Personal Well-Being; Mind Over Menopause; Mind Your Heart; and The Harvard Medical School Guide to Lowering Your Blood Pressure. Ann Webster, PhD is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Mind/Body Programs for Cancer and HIV/AIDS. She is a health psychologist, researcher and clinical/corporate trainer for the Benson-Henry Institute. Dr. Webster has received several awards, most notably from the AIDS Action Committee and the Northern Lights Alternatives, for her work with HIV and AIDS patients. Dr. Webster sits on the boards of The Medical Foundation, the Community Research Initiative and the Institute for Body, Mind and Spirituality at Lesley University. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Mental Health and Mental Illness in Our Aging Population with Treatment Implications James Ellison, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday The purpose of this course is to increase awareness of mental health and mental illness in our aging populations, because these are areas of increasing clinical importance. Life expectancy continues to surpass all historical precedents, and with extended survival comes, the need to understand and respond to the mental health needs of our increasing older adult population. This course addresses selected topics in Geriatric Mental Health through a series of lectures illustrated with clinical vignettes and enhanced by group discussion. The contents of this course will assist clinicians in improving their care of older adults, a large and vulnerable population. Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Describe the course of normal aging with a focus on cognition and mental health; • Recognize the symptoms of minor and major mental disorders in older adults; • Develop a treatment strategy for the major mental disorders in the older adults; • Use current strategies for positive aging. Faculty James M. Ellison MD, MPH is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Clinical Director of Geriatric Psychiatry at McLean Hospital. He is Director of the Memory Disorder Clinic at McLean Hospital and serves as the Program Director of the Partners HealthCare Fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry. Dr. Ellison is a past president of the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society. He has published on a variety of topics in geriatric psychiatry including mood disorders and dementia. Dr. Ellison is the lead editor of the textbook, Mood Disorders in Later Life. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Organizations and Leadership: Diagnosis and Treatment Tim Havens, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday This is a course for mental health professionals, physicians, medical directors who wish to have an understanding of the leadership principles which impact the success of organizations and those who lead. The course includes a unique application of both the psychological principles of human behavior (the view from the “inside out”) and the fundamental facets of organization structure and accountability (the view from the “outside in”). These principles have been used successfully in seminars, organizational consultations, and executive coaching to major corporations, government, family businesses, health care, as well as large and small 501C3’s. Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Analyze, clarify, and solve problems concerning people and their work roles; • Develop a more systematic framework for understanding individual dynamics in organizational systems; • Identify methods for enhancing organizational effectiveness; • Develop strategies and practices for leading people (physicians and non-physicians) more effectively. Faculty Tim Havens, MD is a lecturer on Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Senior V.P. of the Levinson Institute. He has held many medical leadership roles, and directs the program on Leadership for Physician Executives for Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education. He has written about effective organizational leadership and lectures extensively on leadership development, managing organizational change, executive coaching, and building effective management teams. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice Russell G. Vasile, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday The objective of this seminar is to familiarize the clinician with emerging strategies in the assessment and treatment of major depression, bipolar illness and anxiety disorders. The course will also highlight key co-morbid conditions associated with mood and anxiety disorders, including axis II personality disorders, management of patients with medical conditions and management of the geriatric patient. An essential theme of the program will be formulating an integrated psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment approach. The psychotherapy of the mood and/or anxiety disorder patient, including those with co-morbid personality disorder will be examined in detail. Issues around the choice of specific antidepressants, mood stabilizers and anti-anxiety medications and psychopharmacologic management of the treatment resistant patient will be highlighted with a discussion of the use of augmenting medication strategies and combinations of psychopharmacologic agents. The role of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) will be examined. Psychotherapeutic approaches to mood and anxiety disorders will be studied with a focus on differing strategies including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive and behavioral therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy for depression and other psychotherapeutic approaches. The seminar will update the clinician on recent developments in neuropsychiatry, including brain imaging and therapeutic stimulation techniques. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Describe emerging strategies in the use of psychotropic medications in the treatment of major depression and anxiety disorders; • Demonstrate the integration of appropriate psychopharmacologic treatments into a comprehensive treatment plan, including psychodynamic, cognitive and behavioral psychotherapies; • Describe the diagnosis and treatment of affective disorders, including depression and manic depressive illness, anxiety disorders and personality disorders; • Analyze diagnostic and treatment strategies across the life cycle, with particular attention to issues in psychopharmacologic management of the geriatric population and patients with medical illness; • Use integrated psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic strategies in the treatment of refractory patients, including those with co-morbid depression and/or anxiety disorders and personality disorder; • Describe the use of newly emerging strategies in the assessment and treatment of major depression and anxiety disorders, including brain-imaging techniques, and the use of therapeutic brain stimulation techniques including vagal nerve stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Faculty Russell G. Vasile, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of the Affective Disorders Consultation Program at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Vasile has published in diverse areas related to the assessment and treatment of anxiety and affective disorders. Dr. Vasile is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and is certified in Forensic Psychiatry. He is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • martha’s vineyard • the harborview hotel and resort Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Enhancing Treatment Effectiveness and Personal Wellbeing Christopher Germer, PhD August 26 – 30, 2013 Monday – Friday Meditation is currently one of the most widely researched treatment methods. It is a systematic method of regulating attention and emotion—beneficial skills for alleviating mental and physical disorders in patients, and for enhancing the wellbeing of clinicians and cultivating positive attitudes associated with patient care. But what is meditation exactly? What is mindfulness? How do we integrate meditation into psychotherapy, especially in the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and couples therapy? What scientific evidence supports its use and what are the contraindications? This program is an up-to-date review of the theory and practice of meditation from its ancient origins to modern brain science and psychotherapy. Participants with no meditation experience, as well as seasoned practitioners, will find this course helpful in their clinical work. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Identify the three main forms of meditation: concentration, mindfulness, and compassion and know when to apply them in clinical settings; • Discuss the mechanisms of action in meditation that appear to underlie positive therapeutic change, such as attention regulation, emotion regulation, and self-compassion; • Explain how mindfulness and acceptance-based treatment is grounded in empirically-supported psychotherapy; • Describe new research findings on mind/brain training through meditation; • Customize meditation practices for individual patients, i.e., those with anxiety, depression, trauma, psychophysiological disorders, and for couples in conflict; • Apply the practices and principles of meditation to enhance the therapeutic relationship and personal wellbeing. Faculty Christopher K. Germer, PhD is a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and a founding member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. He has been integrating the principles and practices of meditation into psychotherapy since 1978. Dr. Germer lectures nationally and internationally on mindfulness and self-compassion. He is co-editor of Mindfulness and Psychotherapy and Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: Deepening Mindfulness in Clinical Practice. Dr. Germer is also author of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday An updated review of neurobiology and brain function will be presented. Specific categories of treatment will include treatment of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. The course will address strategies for bipolar patients who are noncompliant or treatment-resistant; approaches to the acutely psychotic, recovering psychotic patient, and the concept of early intervention. The role of medical switch versus augmentation strategies for treatment-resistant depression will be reviewed. Psychiatric medications for the elderly will be reviewed, including dosage adjustments for age, drug interactions, and sensitivity to side effects. The role of psychopharmacology in the treatment of obsessive symptoms, panic symptoms, and traumatic syndromes will be emphasized. Pharmacologic approaches to the patient with personality disorders will be discussed. The course will emphasize the establishment and importance of the therapeutic alliance when prescribing all psychotropic medications, the interplay between pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, benefits and hazard of prescriber/non-prescriber co-treatment relationships. Educational presentation will be in seminar format and include lectures, participant discussion and Q & A. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Describe the tenets of psychotropic drug treatment, with particular emphasis on recent advances and practical prescribing information; • Understand basic tenets of the pharmacology of the major psychotropic drug classes; • Describe the latest research in neurobiology and brain function; • Implement treatment strategies for bipolar patients who are noncompliant or treatment-resistant; • Implement evidence-based approaches to treating acutely psychotic and recovering psychotic patients; • Determine when to implement medical switch versus augmentation strategies for treatment-resistant depression; • Make dosage adjustments in the elderly for age, drug interactions, and sensitivity to side effects; • Describe the role of psychopharmacology in the treatment of anxiety disorders, obsessive symptoms, panic symptoms, and traumatic syndromes; • Describe the pharmacologic approaches to the patient with personality disorders; • Develop a therapeutic alliance when prescribing psychotropic medications; • Describe the interplay between pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments; • Describe the benefits and hazards of prescriber/non-prescriber co-treatment relationships. Faculty Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH is Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Professor of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Ghaemi is also the recipient of a Master of Arts Degree in Philosophy and a Master of Public Health in the Clinical Effectiveness Program of Harvard School of Public Health. He is Director, Mood Disorders Program, Tufts Medical Center. Dr. Ghaemi has authored over 100 scientific articles or book chapters and serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals. He is the author of 4 books including, Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide. His most recent book (a New York Times Best Seller) is, A First Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: The Psychology of Investing in 2013 John Schott, MD August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday This seminar studies the development of behavioral finance from its infancy shown in the 17th century tulip mania through current research in neurofinance. This seminar begins by examining the origins of the participant’s personal attitudes toward money. In-depth looks are made into historical market manias, herd mentality, the development of investment heuristics, investments psychology research and neurofinance. The role of money in transference and countertransference is also discussed. The seminar also explores the psychology of the market as opposed to the emotions of individual investors. There is ample opportunity for attendees to discuss their own clinical experiences.. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Discuss the implications of new neuro-physiology studies on investment behavior; • Apply psychology and psychoanalysis to an understanding of the investment process; • Discuss the psychology of money, greed, and aggression; • Describe group dynamics, the psychology of a crowd, and their relationships to the stock market; • Discuss quantitative methods for measuring these forces; • Identify and address the neurotic issues related to the handling of money and investments; • Identify and address transference and countertransference. Faculty John Schott, MD is a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and former Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the Metro West Medical Center. He is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, where he is past Treasurer and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Dr. Schott was also a stockbroker for ten years and is presently a registered investment advisor with the SEC, a principal in Steinberg Global Asset Management, and a money manager. For many years he had pursued a dual career as a practicing psychiatrist/psychoanalyst and a practicing investment advisor. For the past 27 years, he has published The Schott Letter, a monthly national newsletter that recommends stock purchases for individual and Keough accounts. A feature of the newsletter is his column, From Behind the Couch that analyzes how individual and group psychology affect successful investing. Dr. Schott is also a trustee for the Templeton Foundation. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: E F G H I J K L D Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • North Falmouth, Cape Cod • Sea Crest Beach Hotel Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Robert Goisman, MD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4198 Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update Carl Salzman, MD, Alan I. Green, MD, Russell G. Vasile, MD, Roscoe Brady, Jr., MD, PhD and Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4201 Mind/Body Medicine: Components, Research, Techniques and Applications with the Emphasis on the Relaxation Response Herbert Benson, MD and Ann Webster, PhD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4376 Mental Health and Mental Illness in Our Aging Population with Treatment Implications James Ellison, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4374 Organizations and Leadership: Diagnosis and Treatment Tim Havens, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4445 The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice Russell G. Vasile, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4301 Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • martha’s vineyard • the harborview hotel and resort Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Enhancing Treatment Effectiveness and Personal Wellbeing Christopher Germer, PhD August 26 – 30, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4496 Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4270 The Psychology of Investing in 2013 John Schott, MD August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4200
  • Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • North Falmouth, Cape Cod • Sea Crest Beach Hotel Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Robert Goisman, MD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday The influence of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is widening as the importance of cost-effective, empirically validated, shorter- term treatment increases. From its beginnings as a treatment for specific phobias, CBT is now indicated for a wide range of mood and anxiety disorders. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a highly effective and very popular form of cognitive-behavioral treatment for patients with borderline personality disorder. Newest on the scene is the application of CBT to the treatment of psychotic symptoms. Topics to be covered will include a brief review of the development of behavioral and cognitive treatments; anxiety disorders, including panic, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder; mood disorders; DBT; and social skills training for schizophrenia. We will include a discussion of CBT for bipolar disorder and also discuss new applications of cognitive therapy to the treatment of delusions and hallucinations. We will in part utilize a case presentation format, in which a typical case will be presented at the beginning of each session and then later discussed using the principles developed that morning. Live role-playing exercises will also be used in order to illustrate the application of social skills training principles. Participants will be invited to present their own cases for cognitive-behavioral consultation. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Utilize specific techniques for anxiety reduction in patients with anxiety disorders; • Describe specific CBT interventions used in panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, and PTSD; • Apply cognitive and behavioral therapy methods in the treatment of patients with unipolar depression and with bipolar disorder; • Describe a typical DBT curriculum; • Address issues in the office management of borderline patients from a DBT perspective; • Describe social skills training and cognitive restructuring as they apply to the serious and persistently mentally ill; • Describe areas of convergence as well as divergence in the relationship between CBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Faculty Robert M. Goisman, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the former Director of Medical Student Education at Massachusetts Mental Health Center. His research interests have included behavioral therapy, anxiety disorders, and psychosocial rehabilitation in chronic mental illness. Dr. Goisman is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. He is a past recipient of the Outstanding Psychiatrist Award from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society for Public Sector Service. He is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. In 2011 he received the Special Faculty Prize for Sustained Excellence in Teaching from Harvard Medical School. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update Carl Salzman, MD, Alan I. Green, MD, Russell G. Vasile, MD, Roscoe Brady, Jr., MD, PhD and Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday The objectives of this course are to provide, in a lecture and question and answer format, a review of the mechanisms and clinical applications of psychotropic drug treatments. An updated review of neurobiology and brain function will be presented, taking the attendee through neurotransmission sequence from neurotransmitter and synaptic function synthesis to gene transcription. The interaction between genes and the environment will be emphasized. The current use of antipsychotic drugs and mood stabilizing drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder will be presented; new antipsychotic medications will also be discussed along with potential new uses for mood stabilizers. A comprehensive review of the neurobiology and genetic predisposition to depression will be emphasized along with the modern use of antidepressants based on the latest research findings. Treatment of Bipolar Depression will be emphasized. There will be an overview of anxiety and anxiety spectrum disorders. Depressive disorders, with a focus on psychopharmacologic management of major depression (including bipolar depression) will be discussed. Current and New Strategies on resistant depression will be underscored. The seminar will conclude with the latest advances in child and adolescent psychopharmacology. Throughout the course the establishment and importance of the therapeutic alliance when prescribing all psychotropic medications will be underscored, as will the potential hazards/benefits of polypharmacy drug interactions. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Demonstrate an understanding of psychotropic drug treatment, for schizophrenia, bipolar depression and anxiety spectrum disorders; • Discuss psychiatric disorders and their pharmacotherapy within a framework that integrates biological and psychodynamic perspectives; • Assess potential liability issues that arise from the use of psychotropic drugs; • Assess practical and useful information for the prescribing as well as the non-prescribing clinician; • More effectively manage the psychopharmacologic treatment of children, adolescents and adults; • Integrate psychopharmacology and psychotherapy into patient care. Faculty Carl Salzman, MD is a Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. He has served as Chairman, American Psychiatric Association Benzodiazepine Task Force. He has been awarded the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Outstanding Teaching in Psychiatry at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Vestermark Award from the American Psychiatric Association for Outstanding Contribution to Psychiatric Education, Heinz E. Lehmann Award from the New York State Department of Mental Hygiene for his contribution to psychiatric research, Teacher of the Year Award from CME and Outstanding Psychiatrist of the Year for Education by the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society. He has also been on numerous editorial boards including The American Journal of Psychiatry. Dr. Salzman is author of over 250 publications and 7 books. His latest book is Clinical Geriatric Psychopharmacology, 4th edition. Alan I. Green, MD is the Raymond Sobel Professor of Psychiatry, Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School. An internationally recognized teacher, expert and investigator in the clinical neuropharmacology of schizophrenia and substance abuse, Dr. Green is currently the Principal Investigator of 4 NIH grants. He has published over 100 scientific articles and has received numerous awards, including the Outstanding Psychiatrist Award for Research from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society and the Outstanding Teaching Award at the Brockton VA Medical Center. Russell G. Vasile, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of the Affective Disorders Consultation Program at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Vasile has published in diverse areas related to the assessment and treatment of anxiety and affective disorders. Dr. Vasile is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and is certified in Forensic Psychiatry. He is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. Roscoe Brady Jr. MD, PhD is an Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of Psychopharmacology Education at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He is the former Director of the Neuroscience Curriculum at the Mass General Hospital/McLean Hospital psychiatry residency program. His academic interests include the neurobiology of mania in bipolar disorder and his research is supported by both the Dupont-Warren and Livingston Fellowship Awards from Harvard Medical School. Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS is an Associate Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine; Director, Tics and Tourette’s Clinical and Research Program, NYU Child Study Center, and Research Psychiatrist, Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research. Former Director of the Tics and Tourette’s Clinics at McLean and Massachusetts General Hospitals, and former Director of Pediatric Psychopharmacology at McLean Hospital. Associate Editor, Advanced Pediatric Psychopharmacology, Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Mind/Body Medicine: Components, Research, Techniques and Applications with the Emphasis on the Relaxation Response Herbert Benson, MD and Ann Webster, PhD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday This course, which will be both didactic and experiential, will focus on understanding the foundation of mind/body medicine, the role of stress in illness, recent research advances, and techniques and applications of mind/body medicine. Learners will come to understand how the causes, development and outcomes of an illness are determined by the interaction of biochemistry and physiology with psychological, social and cultural factors. Recent data establishing that the relaxation response beneficially alters genomic changes will be covered. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Describe the history, components and the economic benefits of mind/body medicine; • Employ stress physiology and mind/body interactions in health and illness; • Describe recent research in mind/body medicine; • Utilize several mind/body techniques and understand their applications. Faculty Herbert Benson, MD Mind/Body Medical Institute, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and the Director Emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The recipient of numerous national and international awards, Dr. Benson has been a pioneer in mind/body studies. His work led to the definition of the relaxation response and how it counteracts the harmful effects of stress and serves as a bridge between mind and body as well as between medicine and spirituality. Dr. Benson is the author or co-author of more than 180 publications and eleven books including: The Relaxation Response; The Mind/ Body Effect; The Wellness Book; Timeless Healing; The Breakout Principle: Activate the Natural Trigger that Maximizes Creativity, Athletic Performance, Productivity and Personal Well-Being; Mind Over Menopause; Mind Your Heart; and The Harvard Medical School Guide to Lowering Your Blood Pressure. Ann Webster, PhD is an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Mind/Body Programs for Cancer and HIV/AIDS. She is a health psychologist, researcher and clinical/corporate trainer for the Benson-Henry Institute. Dr. Webster has received several awards, most notably from the AIDS Action Committee and the Northern Lights Alternatives, for her work with HIV and AIDS patients. Dr. Webster sits on the boards of The Medical Foundation, the Community Research Initiative and the Institute for Body, Mind and Spirituality at Lesley University. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Mental Health and Mental Illness in Our Aging Population with Treatment Implications James Ellison, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday The purpose of this course is to increase awareness of mental health and mental illness in our aging populations, because these are areas of increasing clinical importance. Life expectancy continues to surpass all historical precedents, and with extended survival comes, the need to understand and respond to the mental health needs of our increasing older adult population. This course addresses selected topics in Geriatric Mental Health through a series of lectures illustrated with clinical vignettes and enhanced by group discussion. The contents of this course will assist clinicians in improving their care of older adults, a large and vulnerable population. Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Describe the course of normal aging with a focus on cognition and mental health; • Recognize the symptoms of minor and major mental disorders in older adults; • Develop a treatment strategy for the major mental disorders in the older adults; • Use current strategies for positive aging. Faculty James M. Ellison MD, MPH is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Clinical Director of Geriatric Psychiatry at McLean Hospital. He is Director of the Memory Disorder Clinic at McLean Hospital and serves as the Program Director of the Partners HealthCare Fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry. Dr. Ellison is a past president of the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society. He has published on a variety of topics in geriatric psychiatry including mood disorders and dementia. Dr. Ellison is the lead editor of the textbook, Mood Disorders in Later Life. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Organizations and Leadership: Diagnosis and Treatment Tim Havens, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday This is a course for mental health professionals, physicians, medical directors who wish to have an understanding of the leadership principles which impact the success of organizations and those who lead. The course includes a unique application of both the psychological principles of human behavior (the view from the “inside out”) and the fundamental facets of organization structure and accountability (the view from the “outside in”). These principles have been used successfully in seminars, organizational consultations, and executive coaching to major corporations, government, family businesses, health care, as well as large and small 501C3’s. Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: • Analyze, clarify, and solve problems concerning people and their work roles; • Develop a more systematic framework for understanding individual dynamics in organizational systems; • Identify methods for enhancing organizational effectiveness; • Develop strategies and practices for leading people (physicians and non-physicians) more effectively. Faculty Tim Havens, MD is a lecturer on Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Senior V.P. of the Levinson Institute. He has held many medical leadership roles, and directs the program on Leadership for Physician Executives for Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education. He has written about effective organizational leadership and lectures extensively on leadership development, managing organizational change, executive coaching, and building effective management teams. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice Russell G. Vasile, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday The objective of this seminar is to familiarize the clinician with emerging strategies in the assessment and treatment of major depression, bipolar illness and anxiety disorders. The course will also highlight key co-morbid conditions associated with mood and anxiety disorders, including axis II personality disorders, management of patients with medical conditions and management of the geriatric patient. An essential theme of the program will be formulating an integrated psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment approach. The psychotherapy of the mood and/or anxiety disorder patient, including those with co-morbid personality disorder will be examined in detail. Issues around the choice of specific antidepressants, mood stabilizers and anti-anxiety medications and psychopharmacologic management of the treatment resistant patient will be highlighted with a discussion of the use of augmenting medication strategies and combinations of psychopharmacologic agents. The role of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) will be examined. Psychotherapeutic approaches to mood and anxiety disorders will be studied with a focus on differing strategies including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive and behavioral therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy for depression and other psychotherapeutic approaches. The seminar will update the clinician on recent developments in neuropsychiatry, including brain imaging and therapeutic stimulation techniques. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Describe emerging strategies in the use of psychotropic medications in the treatment of major depression and anxiety disorders; • Demonstrate the integration of appropriate psychopharmacologic treatments into a comprehensive treatment plan, including psychodynamic, cognitive and behavioral psychotherapies; • Describe the diagnosis and treatment of affective disorders, including depression and manic depressive illness, anxiety disorders and personality disorders; • Analyze diagnostic and treatment strategies across the life cycle, with particular attention to issues in psychopharmacologic management of the geriatric population and patients with medical illness; • Use integrated psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic strategies in the treatment of refractory patients, including those with co-morbid depression and/or anxiety disorders and personality disorder; • Describe the use of newly emerging strategies in the assessment and treatment of major depression and anxiety disorders, including brain-imaging techniques, and the use of therapeutic brain stimulation techniques including vagal nerve stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Faculty Russell G. Vasile, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Director of the Affective Disorders Consultation Program at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Vasile has published in diverse areas related to the assessment and treatment of anxiety and affective disorders. Dr. Vasile is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, and is certified in Forensic Psychiatry. He is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • martha’s vineyard • the harborview hotel and resort Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Enhancing Treatment Effectiveness and Personal Wellbeing Christopher Germer, PhD August 26 – 30, 2013 Monday – Friday Meditation is currently one of the most widely researched treatment methods. It is a systematic method of regulating attention and emotion—beneficial skills for alleviating mental and physical disorders in patients, and for enhancing the wellbeing of clinicians and cultivating positive attitudes associated with patient care. But what is meditation exactly? What is mindfulness? How do we integrate meditation into psychotherapy, especially in the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and couples therapy? What scientific evidence supports its use and what are the contraindications? This program is an up-to-date review of the theory and practice of meditation from its ancient origins to modern brain science and psychotherapy. Participants with no meditation experience, as well as seasoned practitioners, will find this course helpful in their clinical work. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Identify the three main forms of meditation: concentration, mindfulness, and compassion and know when to apply them in clinical settings; • Discuss the mechanisms of action in meditation that appear to underlie positive therapeutic change, such as attention regulation, emotion regulation, and self-compassion; • Explain how mindfulness and acceptance-based treatment is grounded in empirically-supported psychotherapy; • Describe new research findings on mind/brain training through meditation; • Customize meditation practices for individual patients, i.e., those with anxiety, depression, trauma, psychophysiological disorders, and for couples in conflict; • Apply the practices and principles of meditation to enhance the therapeutic relationship and personal wellbeing. Faculty Christopher K. Germer, PhD is a Clinical Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School and a founding member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. He has been integrating the principles and practices of meditation into psychotherapy since 1978. Dr. Germer lectures nationally and internationally on mindfulness and self-compassion. He is co-editor of Mindfulness and Psychotherapy and Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: Deepening Mindfulness in Clinical Practice. Dr. Germer is also author of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday An updated review of neurobiology and brain function will be presented. Specific categories of treatment will include treatment of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. The course will address strategies for bipolar patients who are noncompliant or treatment-resistant; approaches to the acutely psychotic, recovering psychotic patient, and the concept of early intervention. The role of medical switch versus augmentation strategies for treatment-resistant depression will be reviewed. Psychiatric medications for the elderly will be reviewed, including dosage adjustments for age, drug interactions, and sensitivity to side effects. The role of psychopharmacology in the treatment of obsessive symptoms, panic symptoms, and traumatic syndromes will be emphasized. Pharmacologic approaches to the patient with personality disorders will be discussed. The course will emphasize the establishment and importance of the therapeutic alliance when prescribing all psychotropic medications, the interplay between pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, benefits and hazard of prescriber/non-prescriber co-treatment relationships. Educational presentation will be in seminar format and include lectures, participant discussion and Q & A. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Describe the tenets of psychotropic drug treatment, with particular emphasis on recent advances and practical prescribing information; • Understand basic tenets of the pharmacology of the major psychotropic drug classes; • Describe the latest research in neurobiology and brain function; • Implement treatment strategies for bipolar patients who are noncompliant or treatment-resistant; • Implement evidence-based approaches to treating acutely psychotic and recovering psychotic patients; • Determine when to implement medical switch versus augmentation strategies for treatment-resistant depression; • Make dosage adjustments in the elderly for age, drug interactions, and sensitivity to side effects; • Describe the role of psychopharmacology in the treatment of anxiety disorders, obsessive symptoms, panic symptoms, and traumatic syndromes; • Describe the pharmacologic approaches to the patient with personality disorders; • Develop a therapeutic alliance when prescribing psychotropic medications; • Describe the interplay between pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments; • Describe the benefits and hazards of prescriber/non-prescriber co-treatment relationships. Faculty Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH is Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Professor of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Ghaemi is also the recipient of a Master of Arts Degree in Philosophy and a Master of Public Health in the Clinical Effectiveness Program of Harvard School of Public Health. He is Director, Mood Disorders Program, Tufts Medical Center. Dr. Ghaemi has authored over 100 scientific articles or book chapters and serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals. He is the author of 4 books including, Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide. His most recent book (a New York Times Best Seller) is, A First Rate Madness: Uncovering the Links Between Leadership and Mental Illness. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: The Psychology of Investing in 2013 John Schott, MD August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday This seminar studies the development of behavioral finance from its infancy shown in the 17th century tulip mania through current research in neurofinance. This seminar begins by examining the origins of the participant’s personal attitudes toward money. In-depth looks are made into historical market manias, herd mentality, the development of investment heuristics, investments psychology research and neurofinance. The role of money in transference and countertransference is also discussed. The seminar also explores the psychology of the market as opposed to the emotions of individual investors. There is ample opportunity for attendees to discuss their own clinical experiences.. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: • Discuss the implications of new neuro-physiology studies on investment behavior; • Apply psychology and psychoanalysis to an understanding of the investment process; • Discuss the psychology of money, greed, and aggression; • Describe group dynamics, the psychology of a crowd, and their relationships to the stock market; • Discuss quantitative methods for measuring these forces; • Identify and address the neurotic issues related to the handling of money and investments; • Identify and address transference and countertransference. Faculty John Schott, MD is a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and former Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the Metro West Medical Center. He is a graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, where he is past Treasurer and Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Dr. Schott was also a stockbroker for ten years and is presently a registered investment advisor with the SEC, a principal in Steinberg Global Asset Management, and a money manager. For many years he had pursued a dual career as a practicing psychiatrist/psychoanalyst and a practicing investment advisor. For the past 27 years, he has published The Schott Letter, a monthly national newsletter that recommends stock purchases for individual and Keough accounts. A feature of the newsletter is his column, From Behind the Couch that analyzes how individual and group psychology affect successful investing. Dr. Schott is also a trustee for the Templeton Foundation. For a complete course description, including the daily curriculum, please visit: E F G H I J K L D Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • North Falmouth, Cape Cod • Sea Crest Beach Hotel Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy: A Clinical Update Robert Goisman, MD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4198 Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013: Practice and Update Carl Salzman, MD, Alan I. Green, MD, Russell G. Vasile, MD, Roscoe Brady, Jr., MD, PhD and Barbara J. Coffey, MD, MS July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4201 Mind/Body Medicine: Components, Research, Techniques and Applications with the Emphasis on the Relaxation Response Herbert Benson, MD and Ann Webster, PhD July 29 – August 2, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4376 Mental Health and Mental Illness in Our Aging Population with Treatment Implications James Ellison, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4374 Organizations and Leadership: Diagnosis and Treatment Tim Havens, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4445 The Treatment of Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders: Integrating Psychopharmacology and Psychotherapeutic Strategies in Clinical Practice Russell G. Vasile, MD August 5 – 9, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4301 Summer Week-long Seminars 2013 • martha’s vineyard • the harborview hotel and resort Meditation and Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Enhancing Treatment Effectiveness and Personal Wellbeing Christopher Germer, PhD August 26 – 30, 2013 Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4496 Essential Psychopharmacology, 2013 Nassir Ghaemi, MD, MPH August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4270 The Psychology of Investing in 2013 John Schott, MD August 26 – 30, 2013 • Monday – Friday cme2.hmssummer.com/4200