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New program offers help for people age 16 to 40 struggling with suicidal thoughts

Robert Gregory, MDThe new Psychiatry High Risk Program at Upstate University Hospital provides comprehensive, evidence-based treatment for people at risk for suicide between the ages of 16 and 40. Robert Gregory, MD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, explains that treatment may include medication management and family or group psychotherapy, along with dynamic deconstructive psychotherapy, which aims to retrain the brain in how it processes and experiences emotions. For more nformation or to participate in the program, call 315-464-7187.

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