Unbabbled
Mental Health and Medication with Dr. Alain Katic | Season 3, Episode 5
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Unbabbled
Mental Health and Medication with Dr. Alain Katic | Season 3, Episode 5
Jan 20, 2021 Season 3 Episode 5
The Parish School

Dr. Alain Katic of Houston Clinical Trials joins us to answer parents' and professionals' questions about mental health and medication. He discusses how to tell if a medication is working, how long it takes to see changes, and provides information on side effects parents may see with certain medications. Many questions asked are related specifically to children who have speech, language and sensory processing difficulties. In addition, Dr. Katic provides background information on many common medications, including those used to treat ADHD, and gives a variety of parent resources for those seeking more information. This episode is recorded from a live virtual adult education session hosted by The Parish School in Houston, TX.

About Alain Katic, MD
Dr. Katic is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine. He has an extensive background in psychopharmacology, autism, major depressive disorder, schizophrenia, migraines in children and adolescents, adolescent and adult ADHD, and bipolar 1 depression. He has served as Medical Director for numerous hospitals and treatment facilities, including Houston Clinical Trials, where he currently serves as President and Medical Director. Dr. Katic and his research have been successfully published in reputable scientific journals and presented at scientific meetings.

For over 17 years, Dr. Katic has served as a principal and sub-investigator on over 200 Phase I-IV clinical trials in adult, adolescent and child psychiatry. As a principal investigator, he has conducted clinical trials for a comprehensive spectrum of indications, including ADHD, major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, sleep disorders and substance abuse.

Related Links
Houston Clinical Trials website: Houston Clinical Trials

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