dr.-greenblatt-headshot6October 3, 2013 | (Recorded) 

The gut-brain connection is a familiar concept that underscores the mind’s capacity to affect digestive health. However, new research shows that this relationship also functions in reverse.  Specifically, microbial residents of the intestinal tract can influence emotional state, mood, cognition, stress responses and social behavior. Accordingly, as single agents or as adjuncts to traditional approaches, probiotics have many emerging applications in clinical psychiatry. In this webinar, Dr. James Greenblatt will provide an overview of how digestive health contributes to mental health, with a focus on research supporting the use of probiotics in integrative psychiatry.  A review of indications, proper use, dosage and assessment methods will translate the latest discoveries into simple clinical approaches.

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James Greenblatt, MD
James Greenblatt, MD has dedicated his professional career to Integrative Psychiatry. He has worked with thousands of patients, employing both medical and complementary therapies. Dr. Greenblatt is dually board certified in child and adult psychiatry. He received his medical degree and completed his adult psychiatry residency at George Washington University. He completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School. In addition to being the Founder and Medical Director of Comprehensive Psychiatric Resources, Inc. in Waltham, MA, Dr. Greenblatt is a clinical faculty member at Tufts Medical School, Department of Psychiatry.