Long-term Risks of Psychiatric Medications with Dr. Daniel Binus, MD
An overview of the risks, benefits and long-term effects of psychiatric medications
Do anti-depressants work? Are they safe long-term? Have I received informed consent when prescribed psychiatric medications?
If you or a loved one have wondered about the safety and effectiveness of psychiatric medications you've come to the right place. No drama, no pressure - just a clear presentation on the risks and benefits.
Some of the questions addressed in these presentations:
- Are anti-depressants safe?
- Are they effective?
- Do psychiatric medications work long-term?
- What are the risks and benefits?
- What about benzodiazapines or antipsychotics?
- What do the studies show?
- How do I sort out all the confusing information out there?
- Are there alternative treatments recommended by psychiatrists?
Join psychiatrist and wholistic mental health advocate, Dr. Daniel Binus, MD, as he presents the facts in a straight forward and easy to follow format. Equip yourself with the knowledge needed to ask important questions and advocate for evidence-based care for yourself or your loved ones.
"Thank You for this very insightful, free presentation. As a long-term sufferer from anxiety/depression (later diagnosed as supposed bi-polar), I have fought a long uphill battle with my original psychiatrist about the role of medication in my treatment."
Dr. Daniel Binus, MD and board certified psychiatrist takes you through the various classes of psychiatric medications and presents research on the risks, benefits and long-term effects. His successful whole-person approach to treating mental illness gives him a unique vantage point in sharing the truth about these medications supported by the scientific literature. Patients in the Intensive Outpatient Program at Beautiful Minds, founded by Dr. Binus, experience remarkable results. 92% of patients who begin with high levels of anxiety leave with low to normal levels. 67% of IOP patients suffering with depression go into remission before discharge.
In addition, Dr. Binus shares hope and offers counsel on effective treatments for improving mental health that go beyond medications.
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"From my personal experience what you are saying in this lecture is completely true."
While completing his medical training and psychiatry residency at Loma Linda University, Dr. Binus became fascinated by the beauty of the mind. He spent many hours studying the emotional, physical, spiritual, and biological factors that influence mental health. This study made him passionate about treating the cause of mental illness, and not just masking the symptoms. He founded Beautiful Minds which provides outpatient psychiatry and oversees the Intensive Outpatient Program which integrates lifestyle medicine in the program. Patients that complete this wholistic program have significant reductions in depression and anxiety.