Just as when traveling in any new territory we need useful new maps to find the towns we will be visiting. Many of these towns show up on the map with names we haven't heard before - and those names can be down right intimidating - even to a psychiatrist:
The longer we deeply explore treatment disappointments [that occur everyday], the more we see significant confusion and missed diagnosis with psych med failures secondary to overlooking IgG, the "chronic antibody."
Have you been thinking about all of this new brain and body neuroscience material, - but just don't have your arms wrapped around the translation from functional neurophysiology to the most effective office applications? This meeting will show you how.
And the patients that came in those Amen DC doors were already thinking deeply into the next box. Many of them had "already tried everything else - several times." That experience confirmed my expectations: the science works. Looking is always better than guessing, - and soon will become the standard of care.