Ask The Doctor – “I am Not Sick, I Don’t Need Help!” with Dr. Xavier Amador Available Now !

Nov 4, 2016

Winter, 2016

NAMI Ask The Doctor: “I am Not Sick, I Don’t Need Help!” How to Help Persons with Mental Illness Accept Treatment and Services with Dr. Xavier Amador

Learn why some people living with mental illness believe they don't need help or see obvious symptoms, and how this can become an obstacle to helping them get help.

Dr. Amador will share information on overcoming this common obstacle using LEAP—Listen, Empathize, Agree and Partner. With LEAP, a person can quickly gain trust, lower anger and tension, develop genuine understanding and empathy making it possible to partner with a loved one and help them receive treatment.

Dr. Xavier Amador is an internationally renowned clinical psychologist and leader in his field. He is the author of many popular books include I Am Not Sick, I Don’t Need Help about the LEAP method to overcome lack of insight into mental illness. It has been helping families help loved ones for years.

Ask the Doctor will be presented on November 3rd from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m., ET. Invitations to register in advance will be send to NAMI members in October. Limited registration, if possible will be offered to the public the day of the webinar and unlimited access to the recorded webinar after November 4th.

Click here to register for Adobe Connect & view the webinar!

NOTE: We’re sorry. At the presenter’s request, the recorded webinar does not contain the previously included short video. 

Fall, 2016

NAMI Ask The Doctor: Early Psychosis Treatment with Dr. Lisa Dixon

Learn about exciting new research findings that point to better outcomes and maximized recovery when young people receive treatment during early psychosis from presenter, Dr. Lisa Dixon.

Dr. Dixon is the principle investigator on the NIMH Recovery After Initial Schizophrenia Episode-Implementation and Evaluation (RAISE-IES) study and spearheading new advancements in treatment of early psychosis. She continues to work on increasing access to innovative programs designed to improve outcomes for people experiencing their first episode of psychosis.

To view: NAMI Ask The Doctor: Early Psychosis Treatment with Dr. Dixon

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