Negative Impacts of High Potency THC on Community & Victim Safety:
This is not "Medicine"
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When: June 13, 2022 12:00 to 1:30 PM
Where: On-Line Zoom Format
Who: Dr. Libby Stuyt, M.D.
Court personnel and treatment centers struggle with medical marijuana in their milieu, addressing victim and public safety concerns while striving to differentiate substance use disorders from the application of medical marijuana allowances.
Libby Stuyt, MD will share the latest research on the impact of high potency marijuana.
“While there has been some evidence that cannabinoids can be beneficial for some medical conditions, this has all been with low dose THC (less than 10%). The concentrates that are available are significantly more potent and their use can result in worsening psychiatric symptoms, aggression, cognitive problems, and violence, putting public health and victim health at risk.”
Dr. Libby Stuyt is a board-certified Addiction Psychiatrist and has worked in the addiction/behavioral health field since 1990. She was the Medical Director for the Circle Program, a 90-day inpatient treatment program, funded by the state of Colorado. Her current mission is to educate as many people as possible on the un-intended consequences of the commercialization of marijuana in Colorado, focusing primarily on the deleterious effects of high potency THC.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to local organizations that serve and support victims of domestic violence.
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