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Catherine Pittman, Ph.D.

Catherine M. Pittman, Ph.D., HSPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist, and psychology professor at Saint Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN. As a practicing clinical psychologist for over 25 years, she most frequently provides therapy to those coping with depression and anxiety-based disorders, including OCD and PTSD. She also is experienced in neuropsychological rehabilitation with individuals who have experienced brain injuries or strokes. Dr. Pittman has conducted research in both fear conditioning and neuropsychology, preparing her well to understand both human and animal models elucidating the neurology of fear and anxiety. Her research has also explored the detrimental effects of benzodiazepines in treatment of anxiety and other disorders. Along with Elizabeth Karle, Dr. Pittman authored Social Networking and Benzodiazepine Withdrawal: The Reality of Dependence and Necessity of Support.

The Benzo Crisis
This is Life with Lisa Ling explores prescribed benzodiazepine harm in her Benzo Crisis episode. Accurately named, this episode looks ...
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The Benzo Crisis

Social Networking and Benzodiazepine Withdrawal: The Realities of Dependence and the Necessity of Support
Dr. Catherine Pittman, along with Dr. William Youngs and Elizabeth (Lisa) Karle conducted the first survey of BenzoBuddies members about ...
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Social Networking and Benzodiazepine Withdrawal: The Realities of Dependence and the Necessity of Support

 

Dr. Catherine Pittman Shares her Concerns about Benzodiazepines
In this Courageously.u  podcast, Dr. Catherine Pittman shares information and her concerns about benzodiazepines with host Tara Bixby. Listen to Dr. Catherine ...
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Dr. Catherine Pittman Shares her Concerns about Benzodiazepines

The Overlooked Risks of Benzodiazepines
Presented at the Indiana Attorney General's Drug Abuse Symposium on October 30, 2018. Presentation Video Presentation Slides Download ...
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The Overlooked Risks of Benzodiazepines

Social Networking and Benzodiazepine Withdrawal: The Realities of Dependence and the Necessity of Support
Dr. Catherine Pittman, along with Dr. William Youngs and Elizabeth (Lisa) Karle conducted the first survey of BenzoBuddies members about ...
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Social Networking and Benzodiazepine Withdrawal: The Realities of Dependence and the Necessity of Support

 

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