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Dr. Beck has been a member or consultant for several review panels of the National Institute of Mental Health, served on the editorial boards of many journals, and lectured throughout the world. He was a visiting scientist at the Medical Research Council at Oxford and has been a Visiting Professor at Harvard, Yale, and Columbia. He is the recipient of the Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award, the Heinz Award for “The Human Condition” and The Sarnat Award “in recognition of the international scope and significance of his contributions to psychiatry and mental health, particularly his  development of cognitive therapy.” The Lienhard Award from The Institute of Medicine “for developing the theory and practice of cognitive therapy that benefited nearly five million people in the United States and millions worldwide,” The Prince Mahidol Award in Medicine for outstanding research in the field of medicine for the benefit of mankind, and the first Kennedy Community Health Award “as the father of cognitive therapy and one of the most influential people in community mental health,” among many others. Beck has been awarded five honorary degrees, from Yale University, Brown University, University of Pennsylvania, Assumption College, and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has been listed as one of the “10 individuals who shaped the face of American Psychiatry” and the most influential psychotherapist among American psychologists.

Active Release Techniques has teamed with Life Chiropractic College West to offer a unique way to complete the ART nerve entrapment course. We are introducing the addition of Gross Human Anatomy dissections in conjunction with the Nerve Entrapment seminar. The course is designed to reinforce the fundamental anatomic and procedural knowledge of certified ART Providers. This will be accomplished by providing a review of the gross anatomic components of the peripheral nervous system and the musculoskeletal system and allowing participants to practice and enhance treatment skills through a hands-on portion of the course. Hours for the course are 8 to 5 Saturday and 8 to Noon on Sunday.

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If steps are taken to decrease potential risks, ECT is generally accepted to be relatively safe during all trimesters of pregnancy, particularly when compared to pharmacological treatments. [10] [50] Suggested preparation for ECT during pregnancy includes a pelvic examination , discontinuation of nonessential anticholinergic medication, uterine tocodynamometry, intravenous hydration, and administration of a nonparticulate antacid . During ECT, elevation of the pregnant woman's right hip, external fetal cardiac monitoring, intubation , and avoidance of excessive hyperventilation are recommended. [10] In many instances of active mood disorder during pregnancy, the risks of untreated symptoms may outweigh the risks of ECT. Potential complications of ECT during pregnancy can be minimized by madifications in technique. The use of ECT during pregnancy requires thorough evaluation of the patient’s capacity for informed consent. [51]

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If steps are taken to decrease potential risks, ECT is generally accepted to be relatively safe during all trimesters of pregnancy, particularly when compared to pharmacological treatments. [10] [50] Suggested preparation for ECT during pregnancy includes a pelvic examination , discontinuation of nonessential anticholinergic medication, uterine tocodynamometry, intravenous hydration, and administration of a nonparticulate antacid . During ECT, elevation of the pregnant woman's right hip, external fetal cardiac monitoring, intubation , and avoidance of excessive hyperventilation are recommended. [10] In many instances of active mood disorder during pregnancy, the risks of untreated symptoms may outweigh the risks of ECT. Potential complications of ECT during pregnancy can be minimized by madifications in technique. The use of ECT during pregnancy requires thorough evaluation of the patient’s capacity for informed consent. [51]

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