دکتر محسن حافظی


دکتر محسن حافظی اردکانی
متولد 1349
پزشکی عمومی 1375 دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تهران
روانپزشکی عمومی 1382 دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تهران
فلوشیپ روان تنی 1390 دانشکاه علوم پزشکی تهران
تحت آموزش رواندرمانی تحلیلی از سال 1389 تا کنون

فعالیت درمانی در شهرستان بم بعد از زلزله از 1382 لغایت 1388
همکاری با داشکاه علوم پزشکی شهید صدوقی یزد در اموزش اختلالات روان تنی به دستیاران از سال 1391 تا کنون
عضو هیات مدیره انجمن روان پزشکان شاخه یزد از سال 1394 تا کنون
عضو هیات مدیره انجمن روان تنی ایران از سال 1395 تا کنون
Publications
Banihashemi M, Hafezi M etal. Psychosocial Status of Liver Transplant Candidates in Iran and Its Correlation with Health-Related Quality of Life and Depression and Anxiety. Journal of Transplantation.2015;7 pages, available at: downloads.hindawi.com/journals/jtrans/2015/329615.pdf
Assadi SM, Hafezi M, etal. Opioid detoxification using high doses of buprenorphine in 24 hours: A randomized, double blind, controlled clinical trial. J of substance abuse treatment.2004;27(1):75-82
Noorbala AA, Yazdi SA, Hafezi M. Trends in Change of Mental Health Status in the Population of Tehran between 1998 and 2007. Archives of Iranian Medicine.2012;15(4): 201-4

ORAL PRESENTATIONS
Treatment of anxiety disorders in general medical conditions/Congress of anxiety disorder/Yazd/2016
Psychodynamic aspects of addiction in general hospital/international congress of addiction medicine/Tehran /2016
Psychotherapy in cancer patients/seminar of psycho-oncology/Yazd/2012
Approach to informing cancer patients about their diagnosis in Iran/ Attending and Delivering Lectures in Summer School of Dusseldorf University/ Dusseldorf-Germany/ July 2-7, 2012
Designing and validating questionnaire for psychosocial assessment of liver transplant candidates/annual congress of Iranian psychiatric association/2013

Special project
Setting up an online resource for public education on common mental health issues. "Ravanpezeshkonline.com" currently has over 100 articles either written by me or translated from reputable resources under my supervision.
The most viewed article, on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, has so far had more than 13000 visits.