GDAHC Events

Coffee & Controversy: New Insights Into Brain Dysfunction And Addiction

We are excited to annouce, along with our partner Health Management Systems of America, another installment of our Coffee & Controvery series. Research into the body's most complex organ has grown dramatically in recent years, offering new hope and treatment for such illness as addiction. Please join us on March 21st as we explore the role metabolism plays in brain dysfunction, the brain/body relationship, and observe case studies of those helped by a relatively new branch of psychiatry, Functional Psychiatry. Guest speakers include Michael Miletic, M.D., Board Certified in Psychiatry, Neurology, Metabolic and Integrative Medicine and Fellow in Metabolic and Integrative Medicine, Medical Director of Integrative Health Systems, as well as Jeffrey Leighton, Ph.D. (cand.), MS, President and Co-Founder of Trinity Research Group. We encourage attendence from health professionals, social workers, Human Resource Managers, EAP Counselors, Mental Health Counselors, educators, and community members.

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Training Topics

  • An introduction to brain/metabolic dysfunction, its relationship to addiction and the new approach to care that Functional Psychiatry can provide.
  • Identify the issues involving and relating to brain dysfunction and addiction.
  • Explore the philosophy and research that is propelling the practice and treatments utilized in Functional Psychiatry ahead of more traditional options.
  • Develop an improved understanding of the relationship between the brain and body and how to maintain a homeostatic state between them.

Tuesday, March 21
9 AM - 1 PM, continental breakfast and lunch included
Health Management Systems of American
601 Washington Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226
Cost: $35 for GDAHC Members and $40 for Future GDAHC Members
Online live presentation available at a reduced fee.