Public Education Webinar Series

Karen Martinez, MD

¿Por qué siento nervios?
21 de octubre del 2015 

a las 7:00 PM Hora Este (6:00 pm Hora Central / 5:00 PM Hora Montaña / 4:00 PM Hora Pacífico)

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Karen G. Martínez, MD

La Dra. Karen G. Martínez es psiquiatra de adultos, niños y adolescentes en San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Ella es la directora del Centro para el Estudio y Tratamiento del Miedo y la Ansiedad de la Universidad de Puerto Rico donde lleva a cabo investigaciones acerca de los nervios y la ansiedad. 

Hay muchas situaciones que nos pueden hacer sentir nerviosos. Los nervios son una respuesta normal del cuerpo pero pueden también pueden indicar que hay un problema que debe ser atendido por un profesional. En esta charla aprenderás cuándo debes buscar ayuda a causa de los nervios y cuáles son las alternativas para poder mejorar.

  • Formato de la charla: Presentación en vivo de 45 minutos, seguido por una sesión breve de preguntas
  • No hay que pagar para participar

Clinicians and other mental health professionals are welcome to attend, but this webinar series is intended for the general public.

Continuing education credits are not available for this webinar series. Visit this page for webinars offering CE for professionals.

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Recorded Webinars


Helping Family Members Handle Suicide (September 23, 2015)
Dr. Kathariya Mokrue provides tips for family and loved ones for managing when a family member has suicidal thoughts, makes a suicide attempt, or dies by suicide. Watch the recorded webinar.

When Kids Resist Treatment (August 10, 2015)
Dr. Eli Lebowitz addressed how to help kids with anxiety disorders when they don't want your help.
Watch the recorded webinar.

Depression: What You Need to Know About Medications (July 1, 2015)
Dr. Beth Salcedo answered questions about starting, stopping, and switching medications for depression, as well as managing side effects and other concerns.
Watch the recorded webinar.

Exercise Against Anxiety and Depression (June 3, 2015)
Dr. Michael Otto discussed how to start and maintain an exercise program to improve your mood, anxiety, and depression.
Watch the recorded webinar.

Anxiety, Depression, and the LGBTQ Community: Thriving Through the Challenges (May 6, 2015)
Dr. Debra Hope provided ways to thrive through the challenges of having anxiety and depression in the LGBTQ community.
Watch the recorded webinar.

My Child Has Mood Swings: How Do I Know if It’s Bipolar Disorder, and What Do I Do?
Diagnosis and Treatments for Bipolar Children & Adolescents
(April 1, 2015)
Amy West, PhD, provided information about diagnosing pediatric bipolar disorder, how to recognize mood symptoms in your children, and an overview of important psychosocial interventions.
Watch the recorded webinar.

Understanding and Treating Hoarding Disorder (March 18, 2015)
Kiara Timpano, PhD, addressed hoarding disorder and ways to treat it.
Watch the recorded webinar.

Getting Help for Complicated Grief (Feb. 18, 2015)
Katherine Shear, MD, explained complicated grief, how it differs from bereavement, and how you can find treatment and relief. Watch the recorded webinar.

Marijuana and the Adolescent Brain: Are Teens Self-Medicating Their Anxiety? What Are the Potential Long-Term Consequences? (January 21, 2015)
Amir Levine, MD addressed marijuana and its impact on adolescent psychopathology and its use for medicinal purposes. Watch the recorded webinar.

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