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Austen Riggs Center’s Centennial Conference Featured in  Psychiatric News  –  Part 4 

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Dr. Mintz presents Improving Outcomes in Treatment Resistance Through Ordinary Medical Psychotherapy at the Austen Riggs Center's 2019 Fall Conference.

Psychiatric News  Senior Reporter Mark Moran attended the recent Austen Riggs Center Centennial Conference and has authored three  pieces related to the conference in their October 18 issue, and an additional two in their November 1 issue.  

Below  is a link to the fourth  piece.   

“Medicine is potent, but ‘meaning’—what pills mean to patients, patients’ goals in treatment, and the relationship between the psychiatrist and patient—can make the difference in whether medicine works, said David Mintz, M.D., director of psychiatric education at The Austen Riggs Center in Stockbridge, Mass., in an address titled ‘Improving Outcomes in Treatment Resistance Through Ordinary Medical Psychotherapy.’”  Read more. 

 

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