Learn about the various classes of psychiatric medications and the latest research on their risks, benefits and long-term effects.
The Long-term Effects of Psychiatric Medications—July 20, 2020
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The Long-Term Effects of Psychiatric Medications
What is the truth about psychiatric medications? Do they actually help or just mask symptoms? Do the risks outweigh the benefits? In this workshop, psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Binus, MD, will explain the various classes of psychiatric mediations and present research on their risks, benefits and long-term effects. In his medical practice, Dr. Binus uses a blended approach of medication and lifestyle to treat mental illness. His whole-person approach gives him a unique vantage point in sharing the truth about these medications supported by the scientific literature.
What: In-person workshop on “The Long-term Effects of Psychiatric Medications”
When: Monday, July 20 at 6:30 pm
Where: Beautiful Minds office, 13300 New Airport Road, Auburn, CA
Cost: $20 per person
Instructor: Dr. Daniel Binus, MD
If you have questions about the workshop or need help registering, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (530) 217-3870. This will be a live, in-person workshop. Please be advised that we will be recording this workshop for our online educational library. If you have questions or concerns of any kind, please contact Michelle.
Meet the Instructor:
Dr. Daniel Binus serves as clinical director of Beautiful Minds Medical. He provides outpatient psychiatry and oversees the Intensive Outpatient Program. He is also on the medical staff at Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital, and a clinical instructor for Loma Linda University.
Dr. Binus completed his medical training and psychiatry residency at Loma Linda University, where he became fascinated by the beauty of the mind. Dr. Binus spent many hours studying the emotional, physical, spiritual, and biological factors that influence mental health. This study made him passionate about treating the root causes of mental illness, and not just masking the symptoms.