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Live Class with Dr. Hochman - Topic TBD

Jun 23, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Daniel Hochman
Board Certified Psychiatrist
Dr. Daniel Hochman is the former chief resident at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, recipient of the Psychiatry Academic Achievement Award, & an expert in the treatment of addiction. He is passionate about nutrition and exercise physiology and incorporates integrative strategies to improve mind and body. He attended the University of Texas in Austin where he received the National Collegiate Natural Science Award. In medical school, he received a Global Healthcare Scholarship to pursue his interest in indigent care in Latin America. He is board certified in General Adult Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He has worked for the Army and was an instructor of family medicine at the Darnall Army Medical Center, has a specialization in opioid addiction, has worked at several addiction treatment centers, and is now in private practice. He is also the Creator & Founder of SelfRecovery.org, a self-paced addiction recovery program.
Kyle Kittleson
Host @MedCircle
Kyle is the on-camera host for MedCircle. He interviews top doctors from around the world to educate millions of people on the important topic of mental health. Diagnosed with depression at the age of 9, he knows that keeping a positive mental health state is a lifelong effort—sometimes even a struggle. To help others struggle less through proper education has been a privilege.