Dr. Nardi is a psychiatrist and psychologist. He obtained his psychology degree in the year 2000. Following that he obtained a certificate in CBT and a master's degree in clinical psychology at the most prestigious Brazilian university. He obtained his MD degree in 2010. In 2016 he completed his psychiatry residency at Penn State.Altogether, he has worked as a mental health professional for more than 20 years, covering from individual psychotherapy to inpatient/ outpatient psychiatry, substance use treatment, and interventional psychiatry.His passion for teaching and learning led to the creation of the New England Psychiatry Mentorship Institute and the development of a mentoring program designed to address the most frequent challenges related to psychiatric training.
BROOKE SIEM’S BOOK ON ANTIDEPRESSANTS: “MAY CAUSE SIDE EFFECTS”
In this episode I interview Brook Siem, winner of “CHOPPED” and the writer of “May Cause Side Effects”, an auto biographical account of her struggles coming off antidepressants, the impact on her emotions, behaviors and thoughts that reinforce an old adage of the TRUE PSYCHIATRY: starting a psych medication is a way more serious decision than we were led to believe.
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF PSYCHIATRY – PART 2: Interview with Andy Thomson and Paul Andrews
In this episode I have the help of Andy Thomson MD and Paul Andrews Phd to help answer the question “what is the purpose of psychiatry”?
My guests lend the understanding of evolutionary psychology to the clinical approach of “symptoms” and their rationale strongly contrasts with the paradigm offered by our current clinical practices and diagnostic system.
They expose the limitations of syndromic diagnoses and the damage caused by the divorce between psychiatry and psychology.
What is the purpose of psychiatry? Part 1
Apology letter to a psychiatrist friend
Low mood fuels change: interview with Dr. Paul Andrews
Adhd (s) needs to wait its turn in line