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Psychopharmacology for Helpers

How Medication Impacts Mental Health

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This is a live virtual event using Zoom, an online meeting platform. Please check your system requirements prior to registering.
March 28, 2024
(01:00 PM - 02:00 PM CDT )
$49.00 (regular rate)
$39.00 (*early rate)
Location: Online Virtual
*early rate expires 03/14/2024
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Psychopharmacology for Helpers - Live Webinar - March 28, 2024; 1pm - 2pm Central Time

Early rate expires 03/14/2024

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Are you aware of the impact certain medications can have on your clients? As helpers, it's important to know how psychiatric medications may affect your clients and when to encourage them to seek medical advice. In this webinar, you'll learn about the most common types of medications and their beneficial and adverse impacts, including symptoms of serious and critical effects.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • List the most common classifications of psychiatric medications
  • Identify the benefits, uses, and common side effects of each classification
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of medication-induced psychiatric emergencies

*Please allow only the registered individual(s) to view webinar materials

Target Audience

This is an introductory level webinar intended for mental health and social service workers, and anyone working with persons who may be taking prescribed psychiatric medications.

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Trainer: Wilma Schroeder


Wilma is a family therapist, former mental health nurse, and the editor of our Counselling Activities Workbook. She is also CTRI’s Content Curator and holds a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Certificate in Adult Education. Wilma has over 30 years of experience in mental health, primarily working with individuals and families impacted by severe and persistent mental illness. She also taught mental health and family nursing at Red River College. Wilma currently provides consultation, clinical support, and education for families, communities, and organizations. She is passionate about promoting recovery from the impact of mental illness and trauma in families. Wilma believes healing occurs within relationships, through therapeutic conversation. She values diversity and takes a strengths-based, holistic, and relational approach in her work. As an educator, Wilma seeks to engage learners through active learning and to be responsive to their unique needs and goals.   Read blogs written by Wilma here.

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