About the Psychopharmacology Institute


The Psychopharmacology Institute has core objective: to provide multimedia resources (video, illustrated articles) that help mental health professionals learn the essentials of psychopharmacology. Our concept of essential aspects includes: clinical features of psychiatric disorders, pharmacology, effectiveness and adverse effects of psychotropic medications.

Clinical psychopharmacology plays an important role in the treatment of people suffering from mental disorders. It is important to note that in order to help patients achieve recovery, biological therapies often need to be combined with other therapeutic resources such as psychotherapy or other psychosocial interventions.

CME credits

CME credits are available as part of our online program for premium members. This program is an online subscription offering monthly videos and audio interviews.

Learn more about our CME program in psychopharmacology

Conflicts of interest

The editor declares that he has not received funding or educational grants for the development of any of the educational materials on this site. The costs of education production, hosting, development and other expenses are covered entirely by subscriptions to the premium membership.

About the editor:  Flavio Guzman, MD

Dr. Guzman is a practicing psychiatrist serving as Adjunct Professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Neurosciences, University of Mendoza, Argentina. He participates as investigator in phase III clinical trials in schizophrenia, mood disorders and Alzheimer’s disease. He is also a clinical consultant for Bracket.

Dr. Guzman started this site to share his interest in psychopharmacology education with a worldwide audience. His intention is to provide professionals in the mental health field with unbiased and clinically relevant training.



Feedback from readers

Readers have found our  approach very useful,  some of them have taken the time to send us e-mails:

“Your videos are a very nice and straight to the point summary of important points. I will be recommending them to medical students and residents.”

Patricia Maria de Carvalho Aguiar, MD. PhD.