Women’s Issues in Mental Health – Dr. Neil S. Kaye


 

Women’s Issues in Mental Health – Dr. Neil S. Kaye – “Psychiatry: Ask the Expert” with Dr. Neil S. Kaye Dr Kaye, and guest Jay Birch have aired a series of specialty call-in radio programs focusing on the clinical aspects of mental health and psychiatry. These programs are archived here for reference and listening. In This Edition: Women’s Issues in Mental Health Lee S. Cohen, MD is Associate Professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Perinatal and Reproductive Psychiatry Clinical Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, both in Boston. Tune in as Drs Kaye and Cohen discuss treatment of premenstrual dysphonic disorder, the longitudinal course and treatment of psychiatric illness during pregnancy and the postpartum period, the impact of maternal psychiatric illness on child development, and management of peri and postmenopausal depression. Neil S. Kaye MD is an active clinician and expert witness. As a specialist in Forensic Psychiatry, his testimony has had a major impact in high profile cases. Neil S. Kaye, MD is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at The Thomas Jefferson University College of Medicine and a Special Guest Lecturer at Widener University School of Law. He completed a residency in psychiatry at the Albany Medical Center Hospital and Syracuse University College of Medicine. He completed a fellowship in forensic psychiatry at Syracuse University College of Medicine. He has been an Expert Reviewer for the United States Department of Justice Special

 

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