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Complimentary Health Professional webinar:

Supporting patient mental health in challenging times

Hear Chief Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist, Prof. Keck, speak in-depth about “Staying mentally healthy in stressful times”.

In this webinar, Prof. Keck, presents information on the importance of depressive symptoms and sleep and examines treatment options including specific extracts of Valerian and Hops as well as St John’s wort. 

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Speaker background

Prof. Keck is currently Chief Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist at Schmieder Kliniken Gailingen am Hochrhein, Germany. From 2014 to 2019 he was Director of the Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Psychosomatic and Neurology of the Max-Planck-Institute of Psychiatry, Munich. Before that, he was Director of the Swiss Psychiatric Hospital Schlössli at Lake Zurich. He is President of the Munich Alliance Against Depression and Board Member of the Swiss Forum for Mood and Anxiety Disorders (SGAD). He is author of several Swiss treatment guidelines in psychiatry.

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