Co Marketing Policy Info Revised 2011 Education

The Ohio Psychiatric Physicians Association offers educational opportunities specifically designed to meet the needs of Ohio's psychiatrists. 
We also welcome the opportunity to collaborate with others - more information can be found in our Co-Marketing Policy and Information policy.

Live Webinars

The OPPA recently concluded its 9-part live webinar series on Practical Psychiatry - Pragmatic Approaches & Clinical Pearls. The recorded webinars are now available as on-demand learning modules.



A series of recorded webinars originally planned as live presentations at OPPA's 2020 Annual Psychiatric Update

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Practical Tips and Update on ABPN/MOC

Larry Faulkner, MD, DFAPA

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology  

Details      Register  


Adult ADHD: What Are We All Missing?

David Goodman, MD, FAPA

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Maryland

Details      Register   

Implicit Bias

Physician Implicit Bias in Health Care: An Invisible Risk Factor for Poor Patient Outcomes

Quinn Capers, MD, FACC

Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs, Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular), The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus

Details      Register 


Getting Into the Weeds on "Medical" Marijuana: An Addictionologist's Perspective

Christina Delos Reyes, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland

Details      Register 

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Pharmacogenetics and Precision Antidepressant Dosing

Jeffrey Strawn, MD, FAPA

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Associate Vice-Chair of Research, Director Anxiety Disorders Research Program, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Cincinnati

Details      Register  

Media Training

Media Training: Developing Your Message and Then Delivering It
to the Public

Glenn O'Neal

Deputy Chief of Communications and Director of the Office of Corporate Communication and Public Affairs
American Psychiatric Association, Washington, D.C.

Details      Register   

Iatrogenesis Prescription Drugs

Iatrogenesis Prescription Drugs in Psychiatric Disorders

Henry Nasrallah, MD, DFAPA

Professor of Psychiatry, Neurology and Neuroscience, Director, Neuropsychiatry and Schizophrenia Programs, University of Cincinnati

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Magic Pill For Insomnia Disorder

The Magic Pill for Insomnia Disorder: An Introduction to CBT-I

Michelle Drerup, PsyD, DBSM

Director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Cleveland Clinic and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland

 Details      Register      

Lions And Tigers And Bears Oh My

Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! The Explosive Use of Pets & Animals for Mental Health

Victoria Kelly, MD, FAPA

Assistant Professor and Residency Training Director, University of Toledo

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Telepsychiatry Billing for Psychiatrists

Ohio – Telehealth/Telepsychiatry and COVID-19: What Psychiatrists and Other Behavioral Health Clinicians Need to Know About Policies, Coding, Documentation and More

Designed to provide timely information about what psychiatrists need to know when it comes to coding, documentation and informed consent when providing services via telehealth. This webinar took place on March 25, 2020 and was updated on April 1, 2020. Presenter: Diane Zucker, M.Ed., CCS-P.

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Annual Psychiatric Update


SAVE-THE-DATE! March 20-21, 2021

Each Spring, the OPPA holds its Annual Psychiatric Update where we bring together experts and thought leaders and experts from across the nation and across the state to address various aspects of psychiatric practice, including best practices and cutting edge advances in the treatment of mental illness and addiction disorders.



Other Events

Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Update
Addressing Issues of Critical Importance

Periodically, the OPPA holds an annual update to share the latest information specifically targeted to meet the needs of Ohio's child and adolescent psychiatrists, as well as other physicians, including pediatricians and family physicians, and other mental health clinicians, who treat children and adolescents.

Other Workshops

Periodically, the OPPA provides CPT Coding and/or DSM-5 workshops based on the needs of its members. These information-packed classes designed for new or experienced billing and coding staff, managers and physicians who provide psychiatry and mental health services.