EDS Awareness Educational Series – Recording Available
Listen to this FREE online learning session about EDS & Psychiatric illness misdiagnoses by Dr. Richard Barnum, Psychiatrist.
How can families handle situations where they feel misunderstood by their healthcare providers?
Unfortunately, many EDSers are misdiagnosed with psychiatric conditions before their Ehlers-Danlos, Dysautonomia or associated physical conditions are identified. Dr. Barnum addresses what can happen in extreme situations that escalate out of control, and how to avoid these situations. He will explain diagnoses such as Conversion Disorder and Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy. His presentation “Dealing With Diagnostic Controversies in Psychiatry and Medicine” will mainly focus on children, adolescents and their families.
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WHAT: “ EDS Awareness Educational Series” – a webinar program hosted by EDSawareness.com
WHEN: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
PRESENTER: Dr. Richard Barnum, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
TOPIC: Dealing With Diagnostic Controversies in Psychiatry and Medicine
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More about Dr. Richard Barnum
– Richard Barnum is a child and adolescent forensic psychiatrist. He directed the Boston Juvenile Court Clinic from 1982 to 2003, conducting evaluations of thousands of children and families involved in juvenile court.
– He was formerly on the faculty of the University of Massachusetts and Harvard Medical Schools, and has written on issues of forensic assessment of children and families and mental health concerns in the juvenile justice system.
– Since 2003, he has been in the private practice of psychiatry, providing consultation and treatment for children and families in community and residential settings. This work has included increasing involvement with children suffering from various hard-to-diagnose medical conditions.