Calendar of Meetings


11/16/2019          Fall/Annual MPA Meeting

11/16/2019          Montana Psychiatry Conference at Chico

11/15/2019          Big Sky (AACAP) Fall Meeting (Chico)

10/14/2019          AACAP Annual Meeting in Chicago

6/28/2019            Montana Conference on Suicide Prevention (Helena Civic Center)

5/18/2019            APA Annual Meeting in San Francisco

4/27/2019            2019 Spring Wing Ding in Bozeman

11/10/2018          Montana Psychiatry Conference at Chico

11/9/2018            Big Sky (AACAP) Fall Meeting (Chico)​


Montana Psychiatry Conference - 11/16/2019 - Chico


  • 7:30-8am      Sign in at Registration Table (Convention Center)

  • 8-8:15           Welcome - Dr. Len Lantz

  • ​8:15-9:15      Psychopharmacology of autism spectrum disorder across the lifespan - Dr. Christopher McDougle

  • 9:15-9:30      Break

  • 9:30-10:30    The differential diagnosis and treatment of repetitive thoughts and behavior in neuropsychiatric  disorders - Dr. Christopher McDougle

  • ​10:30-10:45  Break

  • ​10:45-11:45  Pediatric psychopharmacology update - Dr. Jeffrey Hunt

  • 12-1pm         Lunch (provided)

  • ​1-2                Assessment and management of severe irritability from preschool to high school - Dr. Jeffrey Hunt

  • 2-2:15           Break

  • ​2:15-3:15      Medication management in pregnant and breastfeeding women: What every psychiatrist should  know - Dr. Emily Dossett

  • ​3:15-3:30      Break

  • ​3:30-4:30      Reproductive life planning and psychiatry: Excellence in managing women of childbearing age - ​                                Dr. Emily Dossett

  • 4:30-4:45      Wrap-up - Dr. Leonard Lantz

  • 4:45-6:00      Reception for all conference attendees

Psychiatric Workforce Forum - 11/17/2019 @ 9Am - Chico


This  forum will address ongoing and future needs for fostering and  supporting the growth of Montana's psychiatric workforce.  Special  attention will be paid to Integrated Behavioral Health (collaborative  care) and the needs of and durable solutions for Indian country, rural  communities and federally qualified health clinics (FQHCs).