MADISON — The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance will meet at 7:45 p.m., Wednesday, September 25, at the Madison Community House, 25 Cook Avenue, Madison.
Meetings are being held in Madison while the alliance’s usual venue, the Unitarian Fellowship in Morris Township, is undergoing renovations.
The meeting features Dr. Howard Rudominer who will discuss the uses, doses, beneficial effects, side effects and discontinuation effects of psychiatric medications.
Rudominer is board certified in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry and psychoanalysis and is an assistant clinical professor of Psychiatry at New York University Langone Medical Center.
He has had a full-time practice for 45 years. His practice, originally in Brooklyn, has now been in Livingston for more than 24 years. In addition to other awards he has been cited as one of best psychiatrists for mood disorders in the US and Canada on a prestigious website.
A nominal donation is requested from non-members, when possible. Free literature is available and there is a free library of educational audio tapes, CD’s and videotapes.
In addition to the lecture series, peer group support sessions led by experienced facilitators are held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesdays. Separate groups for young adults are held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesdays.
For more information about the support alliance click here or call (973) 994-1143.