Dr. Garbely is the Chief Medical Officer and the Executive Vice President for Medical Strategy, Education and Research at Caron Treatment Centers. He is also the Program Director for the Tower Health (Caron-Reading Hospital) Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program. He spearheaded a high-level initiative to train physicians in Addiction Medicine through the establishment of the Resident Training Program at Caron Pennsylvania. Joseph also established an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited Addiction Medicine Fellowship Program at Caron Pennsylvania and Reading Hospital.
Edibles are often packaged in attractive and flashy wrappers and come as gummies, cookies, and other sweets that attract the attention of kids and teens. It makes them look harmless. In reality, edibles can contain very high levels of cannabis that are dangerous to consume, especially in excess. Cannabis can also negatively impact young, developing brains [and] can cause a variety of serious psychiatric issues in children and teens, including drug-induced psychosis or drug-induced anxiety attacks.