Therapeutic Triangles: The Pitfalls and Advantages of Split Treatment
Therapeutic Triangles: The Pitfalls and
Advantages of Split Treatment
Managing patient care when the therapist and psychopharmacologist/clinician are separate health care providers
It is common for a social worker to treat a patient in conjunction with a psychiatrist or another provider. But clinicians rarely talk about problems that can arise with split treatment.
Lack of awareness of common pitfalls inherent in split treatment can result in a poor and sometimes even fatal outcome for the patient.
This course is designed to eliminate these common issues and teach effective ways to approach split treatment to optimize outcome.
APPROVED FOR 4 CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS
Where: 80 East 11th Street, Suite 312, New York, NY 10003
Presenters: Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW, and Pauline F. McHugh, M.D.
Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW
is a licensed multilingual psychotherapist in New York State and specializes in anxiety disorders and couples counseling. She has a private practice in NYC for over 18 years. She also provides counseling and trainings at corporations in both English and Spanish. Rachel Moheban-Wachtel is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0386.
Dr. Pauline McHugh
is a Board Certified Psychiatrist in the State of New York. She has taught this subject at the Institute of Psychoanalytic Education at New York University for several years, and has taught several classes at the New York University Psychiatry Residency Program. She has also supervised psychiatric and psychoanalytic trainees at New York University. Dr. McHugh has a private practice in NYC for over 18 years.
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This seminar is open to mental health providers of all disciplines.