Brain Imaging in Anxiety Disorders
By J. Douglas Bremner, MD
The field of brain imaging has invaded and taken over the currency of psychology. This training by J. Douglas Bremner, MD provides a perspective on the meaning of brain imaging for psychiatry from someone with a dual training and clinical and research experience in Psychiatry and Nuclear Medicine. Practical information about when and how the mental health professional should use brain imaging in their clinical practice, and a summary of research findings and current state of knowledge in the area of anxiety disorders are included. Images are used to illustrate key clinical findings in specific disorders. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
Apply brain imaging technology to psychiatry research and describe the pathophysiology.
Discuss key findings from brain imaging studies related to anxiety disorders.
Use brain imaging in differential diagnosis with neurological disorders.
Online Video Course (1.5 Credits)
Online Audio Course (1.5 Credits)