Child and adolescent psychiatry fellow Brooke Weingarden, D. O. is the guest speaker for this community seminar. She will be joined by Henry Ford behavioral health and chemical dependency specialists who will answer participant’s questions about synthetic drug use and treatment options.
Panel experts include discussion facilitator Doree Ann V. Espiritu, M.D., service chief of psychiatry at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, Kelly Rogalski, M.D., medical director, Child/Adolescent Psychiatry at Henry Ford Medical Center – Columbus and Robin Walsh, MA, LLP, CAADC, an adolescent therapist at Henry Ford Maplegrove Center.
High-potency synthetic drugs like K2 are known to cause a dangerous increase in user’s heart rate and blood pressure, and have been linked to unusual violent behavior and even death.
The seminar will be held in the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital Demonstration Kitchen.
Space is limited. To register for the free event, or for more information, please call 248-325-1556.