Epilepsy and psychiatric disorders have a bidirectional relationship. This means that not only people with epilepsy are at higher risk of developing psychiatric disorders, but people with primary psychiatric disorders are at higher risk of developing epilepsy.
Behavioral Health Providers, including social workers, psychologists, nurse practitioners, psychiatry advanced practice providers and counselors.
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Name: LaQueisa Haynes-Smith
Title: Director, Training & Education