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Stephan M. Carlson Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center Brooklyn, NY (United States) Biography
Biography of Stephan M. Carlson
Dr. Stephan Michael Carlson is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New York Medical College and Director for Education in Psychiatry at One Brooklyn Health - Brookdale University Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. He attended LSU Medical School in New Orleans and then completed his Psychiatry Residency at Vanderbilt and Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship at Columbia University Medical Center/NY State Psychiatric Institute. He is also the course director for the Adolescent Psychiatry Board Certification Review Course that allows adult psychiatrists to receive skills and competencies in diagnosing and treating adolescents and young adults. Dr. Carlson received the NYCCC Advisory Council Award as the 42nd Lauretta Bender Honored Lecturer in 2018 when he presented an eight-hour series of lectures entitled: "Addressing Substance Use in Adolescents: Collaborative Approach."