Virtual CEU: Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia in Young Adulthood | The Dorm x Silver Hill Hospital
Join The Dorm and Silver Hill Hospital for a Complimentary Virtual CEU Event (1 CEU):
“Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia in Young Adulthood: Treatment Strategies & Common Barriers”
Thursday, November 9
3-4 pm EST
Register Here Clients with treatment-resistant schizophrenia continue to have symptoms and poor outcomes despite treatment. In this collaborative continuing education event (1 Free CE) we will take a careful look at antipsychotics, neuroimaging, and the neurobiological characteristics of schizophrenia, and review the most effective treatment strategies we have available. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Distinguish early symptoms of treatment-resistant schizophrenia
- Identify evidence-based treatment options specific to the young adult population
- Describe common barriers to diagnosis and care
About The Presenters:
Amanda Fialk, PhD, LCSW (she/her) Partner & Chief Clinical Officer, The Dorm As a clinical expert and leader in young adult mental health treatment, Dr. Fialk has specialized training in co-occurring disorders, eating disorders, and family therapy. Her thought leadership has been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, and Forbes. She received her master’s degree and a doctoral degree from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work and completed psychoanalytic training at The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in NYC.
Rocco Marotta, MD, PhD (he/him) Director, Center for the Treatment and Study of Neuropsychiatric Disorders, Silver Hill Hospital Director Marotta is a licensed psychologist and is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology. He is also an assistant clinical professor at Yale University. He graduated from Manhattan College where he majored in Psychology and Western Civilization. After earning his Ph.D. from The City University of New York in Psychology and Neuroscience, he completed a three-year NIH Fellowship in Biological Psychology and Psychiatry, and a one-year Internship in Neuropsychology at the Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Marotta then earned his Medical Degree from Cornell University Medical College and completed his Residency in Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Payne Whitney Clinic.