Mental Health of Adolescents & Young Adults


Designed for child-serving providers including pediatricians, family physicians, NPs, and PAs, whose care includes adolescents and young adults. This 11-session case-based learning collaborative explores the 4 Rs – recognize, respond, refer, resources – of many of the top mental health issues youth and young adults face. Each virtual lunchtime session is led by an interdisciplinary mental health team.

  • Registrants may participate in an optional MOC-4 QI Project and earn up to 75 CE/CME points.

    CME/MOC package offered at a reduced rate of $50.

Join us Virtually

4th Fridays | 12 to 1 PM
January to November 2024

Topics Covered

  • Orientation to the adolescent & young adult including confidentiality issues
  • Mild and moderate depression
  • Suicidality and safety planning
  • Anxiety
  • Impulsivity and aggression (ADHD, CD)
  • Gender dysphoria
  • Substance use disorder
  • Psychosis
  • Eating disorders
  • Cyber safety for Teens

Featured Faculty

Adolescent mental health experts from the fields of child psychiatry, psychology, developmental pediatrics, and integrated primary care:

  • Beth Ellen Davis, MD
  • Ravi Singh, MD
  • James Nachbar, MD
  • Christy Esposito-Smythers, PhD
  • Julia Richardson, LCSW
  • Trish McDade, DNP
  • Serwa Ertl, MD
  • Regional care navigators