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2 CE Webinar: Ketamine – History and Considerations for Clinicians. 6/28 – 12 – 2pm

Dr. Salcedo Shares Expertise in 2 Articles Relating to Depression


Check out these insightful articles featuring the expertise of Dr. Beth Salcedo, Medical Director of The Ross Center.

Withdrawal Symptoms after Stopping Antidepressants

A new study has been published in The Lancet Psychiatry, which indicated that 1 out of 35 people coming off antidepressants are likely to have severe side effects. In Dr. Salcedo’s analysis,“the study emphasizes how important it is to have a plan for a slow tapering [gradually reducing doses] and close contact with the clinician prescribing the medication. It should remind all of those prescribing these medications that monitoring is warranted.” 

Read more of this story published in Everyday Health: 1 in 6 People Who Stop Antidepressants Have Withdrawal Symptoms


This article in Wondermind discusses dysthmia, a form of depression. Dysthmia is more mild than major depression, but it can be a chronic issue for patients. Learn more about dysthmia, how to distinguish it from major depression, and how it is treated. Dr. Salcedo describes  the importance of identifying and treating dysthmia: “If people feel like their mood is in any way impacting the quality of their relationships and their ability to do the work that they want or live the life they want, I would strongly encourage them to get treatment,” she says. “You deserve to feel good.”. Read more here: Dysthymia May Be the Reason You’ve Felt Depressed for So Long

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