Free webinar series for practitioners features guest speakers discussing Alpha-Stim for mental health

Healthcare practitioners are invited to attend three, free webinars in a guest speaker series on Alpha-Stim for treating anxiety, insomnia, and depression. Attend as many as you are able or interested in, and hear from other practitioners on their firsthand utilization of this FDA cleared, prescription, cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) device.

See a list of dates, times and speakers below, along with links to register today. Please note that you must register for each webinar separately. Webinars will be kept under one hour in length and will be recorded for later viewing.

Alpha-Stim Utilization for Anxiety, Insomnia, and Depression in an Addiction Setting

Presenter: Brian S. Earthman, MD
Psychiatrist; Diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine; MAJ (RET), US Army,

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 27th @ 1pm CST

Experienced in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric and substance abuse treatment, Dr. Earthman has owned his own outpatient practice since 2008. This presentation will enhance a provider’s ability to successfully implement and use Alpha-Stim in clinical practice to treat anxiety, insomnia, and depression among patients with addiction.

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Alpha-Stim in Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatry

Presenter: Joshua Weiner, MD
Psychiatrist, Media Spokesperson

This presentation will include utilization of Alpha-Stim as one of the tools in his armamentarium for treating anxiety, insomnia, and depression, along with how he was introduced to Alpha-Stim, his experience with patients using the device, and how he presents it to patients.

This webinar has already occurred, but a recording of the event will be available soon!

Alpha-Stim: A First-Line Therapy for First Responders

Presenter: Kathy Platoni, PsyD, DAAPM, FAIS
COL (RET), US Army; COL, Ohio Military Reserve/State Defense Forces; Dayton SWAT

Utilization of Alpha Stim technology as a first line therapy, both stand alone and as an adjunct to psychotherapeutic interventions, will be discussed from the perspective of private practice, in the combat theaters of both Iraq and Afghanistan, within a population of combat Veterans, and on a widespread basis for first responders in the Dayton, Ohio community. The Dayton First Responders program will also be described in terms of setup and outcomes, as well as the need to expand this program on a national basis, per the President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration.

This webinar has already occurred, but a recording of the event will be available soon!