Quick Links

Program Basics

Enrollment & Eligibility

Fees & Refunds

Course Access & LMS

CME Credits

Program Basics

I’ve already read the book Finally Focused; what new material will I get from this Fellowship?

Dr. Greenblatt’s breakthrough best-seller, Finally Focused, was written for the consumer, and provides a ‘digestible’ and functional psychiatry model for ADHD that excludes more challenging scientific information that may inaccessible to the lay reader.  Furthermore (and for this same reason), the book does not provide a clear, step-by-step process of understanding, interpreting, and prioritizing the kind of testing that is made on the part of the clinician as part of this model.

The Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship provides a clinically-oriented and scientific immersion into Dr. Greenblatt’s functional psychiatry model for ADHD, one that provides a comprehensive overview of the biochemistry behind the disorder and focuses on clear, objective analysis of functional medicine testing found to be most relevant for the treatment of ADHD.

As the field of functional medicine has exploded over the past several years, so too have the popularity of functional medicine models veer concerningly close to the very approaches from which they seek to distance themselves, at least in concept.  This is the ‘one size fits all’ approach, a practice of medicine based upon the concept that what works for one patient will probably work for another with the same diagnosis or symptom constellation.  To be sure, the growth and burgeoning acceptance of functional medicine is a wonderful thing, but we should be wary, as clinicians, of ‘standardized’ models in all guises.  Standardization is not what functional medicine is not all about.  In its truest form, functional medicine is about personalized medicine that honors biochemical individuality.

Fellowship registrants will receive: not standardized paradigms to be applied to every patient, but rather step-by-step models that allow clinicians to customize – with biologic precision – personalized interventions that target the unique biochemistry underlying each individual patient’s symptoms; a functional roadmap for designing a biologically-informed, personalized plan of treatment for every ADHD patient in need, and optimizing that patient’s therapeutic outcomes for sustained health and balance.

Do I have to listen to the course lectures in a specific order?

No. Fellows are welcome to progress through courses in any order they wish, and at their own pace.

How long will I have access to courses provided in the ADHD Fellowship?

Fellows will have unlimited access to the courses included in the ADHD Fellowship for six (6) months; the term of access will conclude on April 1st, 2021.

How do I communicate with other Fellows in the program, or ask a question about course material?

Group Supervisions are the primary means through which Fellows may submit questions to Dr. Greenblatt; via our webinar app, Fellows can ask questions during live, real-time Supervisions.

Registered Fellows are also included in the Professional Fellowship Listserv, through which they may participate in ongoing group discussions. The Listserv establishes a forum through which Fellows can present cases, ask questions, and engage in peer- and faculty-led discussions to foster growth and education. Participation in Listserv discussions, while not mandatory, is strongly recommended, as it allows for dynamic engagement with fellow health professionals and with Dr. Greenblatt.

PLEASE NOTE: Fellows who participate in forum discussions via the Listserv are responsible for adhering to policies for Patient Privacy and Confidentiality in accordance with all relevant institutional, state, and federal laws, along with our Fellowship Terms & Conditions.

Will I be able to present and discuss questions from real clinical cases?

Yes! The ADHD Fellowship is not only an educational experience, but a collaborative one. Learning how to apply your knowledge in real-life clinical contexts and improve patient outcomes is part of our guiding principles. Fellows are encouraged to present clinical cases for discussion, to stimulate group discourse and glean valuable insights from Dr. Greenblatt.

  • Peer ListservWe encourage Fellows to present clinical cases for group review, weigh-in on questions and topics, and ask specific questions about clinical cases via the Listserv peer forum. Dr. Greenblatt maintains active participation in this email forum, and will comment on cases presented therein.
  • Group SupervisionsThese live group sessions provide another opportunity to present clinical cases and ask questions. Q&A is built into the timetable for every Group Supervision, and the Faculty member leading the Supervision (Dr. Greenblatt) will answer questions pertaining to the topic at hand.
  • Submitting QuestionsQuestions may be submitted directly to the Faculty member moderating the Group Supervision via webinar app. Alternatively, you may submit questions and/or cases ahead of time to the Fellowship Coordinator Jennifer Dimino at jcdimino@psychiatryredefined.org, who will provide them to the relevant Faculty member leading the upcoming Supervision Q&A.

PLEASE NOTE: Fellows who participate in forum discussions via the Listserv are responsible for adhering to policies for Patient Privacy and Confidentiality in accordance with all relevant institutional, state, and federal laws, in accordance with the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship Participation Agreement found within, and in accordance with, the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Terms & Conditions.

When are the Group Supervisions?

Dates for the 2020 ADHD Fellowship Group Supervisions are scheduled as follows:

  • October 15
  • October 29
  • November 5
  • November 19
  • December 3
  • December 17

Supervisions generally commence around 8:00PM EST. Several days prior to each Supervision, the Fellowship Coordinator will email all registrants to confirm exact start times.

Is attendance at all Group Supervision trainings mandatory?

While attendance at Group Supervision webinar trainings is not required, we strongly recommend that Fellows attend as many as they can, for these trainings comprise a keystone component of the program. Group Supervisions permit Fellows to engage in discussion with Dr. Greenblatt and with their peers to broaden understanding and explore topics pertaining to functional psychiatry for ADHD. They also provide a forum within which to ask questions and present clinical cases.

We understand, however, that busy schedules sometimes preclude Supervision attendance. For this reason, all Supervision webinars are recorded, and a replay link will be emailed to registrants 24-72 hours after said session. If for any reason you cannot attend a live Supervision, you may use this replay link to watch the session recording later at your convenience.

How do I join the Group Supervisions?

Group Supervisions for the ADHD Fellowship are held mid-week (usually Thursdays). The Fellowship Coordinator will email all Fellows a unique webinar join link through which they can join the live Supervision via the webinar application. The coordinator will also confirm the exact date and start time of upcoming sessions. This email is typically sent 2-5 days before each new Supervision date. At the appropriate date and time, simply click the link to join the Supervision webinar in real-time.

How long will I maintain my membership in the PR Listserv?

The ADHD Fellowship registration includes a 1-year subscription to the PR Listserv, a private forum for Psychiatry Redefined members.

Listserv access will expire one (1) year from the date of enrollment. For example: if you enroll on August 30th, 2020, your Listserv subscription will expire on August 30th, 2021.

Will I receive a certificate of participation upon program completion?

Yes!  A Certificate of Fellowship Completion will be provided to each Fellow upon the conclusion of his or her course of study.

A Certificate of CME activity completion is available to those who intend to claim CME credits for the Functional & Integrative Medicine for ADHD course. This certificate will only become available once all required Module tests and course evaluation forms have been completed and submitted for the CME-approved course in question.

For more information on CME credits and CME reporting for the ADHD Fellowship, please see the CME FAQs section below.

Are CMEs available as part of the ADHD Fellowship?

Yes!  Included in the Fellowship is Integrative Medicine for ADHD, a course approved by the American Academy of Family Physicians for 4.0 Prescribed Credits.

For more information on CME credits and CME reporting for the ADHD Fellowship, please see the CME FAQs section below.

Do I have to claim CMEs?

No; claiming CMEs for the Functional & Integrative Medicine for ADHD course is entirely optional.

For more information on CME credits and CME reporting for the ADHD Fellowship, please see the CME FAQs section below.

What is the ADHD Fellowship Participation Agreement?

By submitting my registration for the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship, I agree that:

  1. I understand, acknowledge, and agree that the education I receive as a result of my participation in the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship does notauthorize me to exceed or alter my scope of practice, and I agree that I will maintain compliance with my current certifications / licensures / credentials in accordance with all relevant laws and any/all relevant medical licensing entities
  2. I understand, acknowledge, and agree that my participation in the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship is neither a substitute nor a replacementfor any educational, certification, and/or licensing requirements that may be applicable to me and does not independently authorize me to exceed or change the legal scope of my practice
  3. I understand, acknowledge, and agree that my activities within the medical, psychiatric, and health/wellness fields are subject to my qualifications, licensure, and/or certifications in accordance with relevant laws and any/all relevant medical licensing entities
  4. I have reported my education, professional training, experience, and professional and/or academic credentials accurately and honestly
  5. I understand, acknowledge, and agree that I am bound to uphold all laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to patient privacy and confidentiality that apply to me (such as HIPPA) and that I am solelyresponsible for adhering to these laws, rules, and regulations at all times during my participation in the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship.
  6. If I choose to present clinical cases for discussion during my participation in the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship and/or thereafter via the Psychiatry Redefined Fellowship Listserv, I understand, acknowledge and agree that I am solelyresponsible for taking all necessary measures to ensure my compliance with all laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to patient privacy and confidentiality.
  7. I understand, acknowledge and agree that the Terms & Conditions of the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship are subject to change at Psychiatry Redefined’s sole discretion.
  8. By submitting my registration for the Psychiatry Redefined ADHD Fellowship, I acknowledge that I have read and agree to all Terms & Conditions as detailed herein.

Enrollment & Eligibility

When does the ADHD Fellowship begin?

The Fellowship begins October 1st, 2020, with Group Supervisions to commence October 19th, 2020.

Can I still enroll after the Fellowship start date?

Yes! Enrollment for the ADHD Fellowship shall remain open (for a limited time) even after the program start date on October 1, 2020.

  • If you would like to enroll, please click here to begin registration.
  • If you have questions, concerns about the curriculum you may have missed, or experience any issues registering, please contact Heather Getz at hgetz@psychiatryredefined.org.

How do I enroll?

Enrollment is open!  Please click here to register.

To begin registration, you will need to create a new account to register and process payment for the Fellowship securely.

Access to the Psychiatry Redefined Learning Management System (LMS) dashboard, from which all courses and course materials can be accessed, will be instated within 72 hours of registration.  A confirmation of payment and registration will be emailed to the address that you provide with your registration; please be sure to check your Spam folder for this email.

Do I need to be an MD to be eligible for the ADHD Fellowship?

The ADHD Fellowship is open to health professionals of all disciplines and specialties that treat ADHD.  It is also suitable for students and medical residents pursuing higher education in the medical/allied mental health sciences.

If you are unsure as to whether the program is right for you, please email Fellowship Coordinator Jennifer Dimino at jcdimino@psychiatryredefined.org.

Is the ADHD Fellowship suitable and/or appropriate for international practitioners?

Yes! Our web-based Learning Management System permits access to online course materials from virtually any location, and we welcome healthcare professionals from around the world who are inspired to participate in the evolution of modern psychiatry.

Fees & Refunds

How much does the program cost? Is there a payment plan available?

The cost of the ADHD Fellowship is $1200 and registration can be completed here.

Currently there are no payment plans available for this program.

Do you offer discounts for students?

We do not currently offer any special discounts for students / medical residents.

What is the Refund Policy on the ADHD Fellowship?

We do offer a money-back satisfaction guarantee. If after one (1) week of registering you decide the program is not a fit for you, Psychiatry Redefined will process a refund under the ADHD Fellowship Terms of this Agreement less a $50 administrative fee. We encourage you to review these terms before submitting a refund request.

To request a refund, please email Fellowship Coordinator Jennifer Dimino@jcdimino@psychiatryredefined.org.

Please note that we do not offer refunds on refund requests submitted more than one (1) week after the date of initial program registration.

Course Access & LMS

How soon after I process payment will I have access to course material?

Your member account and login will be activated within 72 hours of registration, at which time you will have full access to all courses and course materials via the Learning Management System (LMS) dashboard.

Do I need any special software to access the Course Dashboard (LMS)?

No; all you need is a device with internet connectivity and a web browser.

Can I access course material at any time?

Yes. One of the benefits of our Learning Management System (LMS) is 24/7 access for 365 day, from virtually any location. Fellows can log into their member dashboard on the LMS from a PC, tablet, cell phone, or laptop, and continue their studies when most convenient for them.

What if I encounter technical difficulties with course access?

LMS access issues and other technical difficulties should be reported to Fellowship Coordinator Jennifer Dimino at jcdimino@psychiatryredefined.org.

Is there a way for me to extend my access to courses and/or the PR Listserv once I have completed the Fellowship program?

Of course! Psychiatry Redefined provides a variety of educational programs to meet the needs and goals of professional learners. Those who wish to expand their studies of functional psychiatry might consider enrolling in the Year-Long Professional Fellowship, or signing up for our All-Access Course Subscription.

We also offer Listserv subscription renewals for those wish only to continue participating in our dynamic online forum.  For information on Listserv renewal, please email Fellowship Coordinator Jennifer Dimino at jcdimino@psychiatryredefined.org.

CMEs

What ADHD Fellowship course is approved for AAFP CME credits?

The PR ADHD Fellowship includes one course approved for Prescribed Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP): Functional & Integrative Medicine for ADHD has been approved for 4.0 CME credits.

Am I required to claim and report CMEs for CME-approved courses when participating in the Fellowship?

No; pursuing CME credits for CME-approved courses is entirely optional.

What entity is the designated AAFP CME provider for Psychiatry Redefined?

The designated CME provider for Psychiatry Redefined is: Comprehensive Psychiatric Resources, Inc.

Do I have to pass tests or quizzes along the way?

If you intend to claim CME credits for any of the CME-approved courses, you must complete, submit and score a passing grade for all of the provided course module quizzes. The minimum passing grade for quizzes is 70%. If you score below 70% on your first attempt, you may revisit the module lecture (with the online course player), then retake the quiz.

If you do not wish to claim CME credits, then you do not need to pass the quiz. Remember: These quizzes are meant to reinforce knowledge gained in course lectures, and should be viewed as an adjunct to learning.

How do I view and complete module quizzes, questionnaires and evaluations for CME courses?

  1. At the bottom of the navigation pane of your online course player, you will find a tab labeled “Obtain CMEs”
  2. Clicking on “Obtain CMEs” will open up all required Module Quizzes as well as the Registrant Information Questionnaire and the Course Evaluation.

Do I have to complete a Registrant Information Questionnaire and Course Evaluation if I want to claim CME credit?

Yes, per AAFP policies and requirements you must complete a Registrant Information Questionnaire and Course evaluation for every CME-approved course for which you want to claim CME credit.

Do I have to complete all tests and evaluations in one sitting?

No. Just like the individual modules of the online courses, the Module quizzes – as well as the required Registrant Information Questionnaires and Course Evaluations for CME-approved courses – can be completed at your own pace. If you need a break after finishing the first quiz, for example, you may pause; you may then return to the course player, and you can pick up where you left off.

How do I fulfill CME requirements for each CME-approved course?

In order to fulfill CME requirements for each CME-approved course you must:

  • Complete all Module Quizzes for that course with a passing grade of at least 70%
  • Complete the Registrant Information Questionnaire for that course; and
  • Complete the Course Evaluation for that course

Once all required components have been completed you will be able to access and download a Certificate of CME Completion for that course directly from the course player.

At this point, you will be able to report and claim your CME credits to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) if you are a member of AAFP, or to your specific board (if your board has approved the credits). *If you are not a member of AAFP, be sure to send the AAFP credit equivalency statement to your board to request approval.  

How do I report CME credits to the AAFP?

If you are a member of AAFP:
There are five convenient ways to report credit:

  1. Report your CME online (you must have an existing AAFP member account); you can access the log in page here
  2. Fax your completed CME reporting form or certificate of participation to (913) 906-6075.
  3. Call the AAFP Member Resource Center at (800) 274-2237 (8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. CT).
  4. Mail your completed form to the AAFP Member Resource Center, 11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway, Leawood, KS 66211-2672.
  5. Complete the post-test or quiz from AAFP-produced self-study programs, such as American Family Physician, Family Practice Management, FP Essentials, and FP Audio. CME credit is added to your transcript on the date the post-test or quiz is completed.

Fellows who are AAFP members are strongly encouraged to visit the American Academy of Family Physicians’ website (www.aafp.org) to learn more about policies, protocols, and regulations for CME reporting.

If you are not a member of AAFP:
If you are not a member of AAFP, be sure you have contacted your specific board to receive credit approval status. The AMA/AAFP Credit Equivalency statement can be found here. We suggest you send this information to your board to be sure they will approve the credits.



PLEASE NOTE:
It is the sole responsibility of the registrant to report any/all CME credits in accordance with AAFP policies, rules, and regulations. Psychiatry Redefined (CPRI) is not responsible for requesting approval from any specific boards.

Whether or not you are a member of AAFP, you may contact AAFP with questions or for more information:
AAFP Credit System
cmecredit@aafp.org
(800) 274-2237

Will Psychiatry Redefined report my CME credits for me?

No. Each registrant is responsible for reporting completed CMEs to the AAFP or their specific board in order to claim CME credit, in accordance with all AAFP policies, rules and regulations. All questions pertaining to CME credit reporting for AAFP members should be directed to the AAFP.

I previously completed a Psychiatry Redefined course that is now approved for CME credit. Can I claim retroactive CME credit?

No; CME credits can only be claimed for courses that were completed within the term of AAFP credit approval. The term of approval for Psychiatry Redefined’s current CME courses began September 1st, 2019.  If you completed any of these courses prior to this date, you cannot claim CME credits.

How soon after course completion should I report my CME credits? Is there a deadline?

While there is no deadline within which you must report CME credits to the AAFP as a member of AAFP, registrants who intend to claim CME credits are strongly encouraged to do so as soon as possible after they complete their CME-approved courses and all required course components. For those who are not members of AAFP, you should confirm with your board what the deadlines are for reporting credits after course completion.

Where can I learn more about the AAFP CME credit system?

You may visit the American Academy of Family Physicians’ website to learn more about the CME system, as well as policies, protocols, and regulations for CME reporting (for AAFP members). Specific FAQs about CME reporting can be found here.

Whether or not you are a member of AAFP, you may contact AAFP with questions or for more information:
AAFP Credit System
cmecredit@aafp.org
(800) 274-2237

Are your patients struggling with anger and irritability?

Learn how to help your patients find lasting wellness with our FREE ebook on the role copper plays in anger, irritability and ADHD in children.

Download the E-Book