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APA Annual Meeting

Psychiatric Times presents exclusive coverage for the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, with a focus on bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia.

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So many had stared at John Nash, for different reasons, at different times. Now that his own stare is frozen in time, the challenge is to understand the meaning of the stares that he had received during his life.

It is a source of shame for our nation that for most Americans in need—especially those with serious mental illness—the mental health system is dysfunctional. Nevertheless, we can fix some of the ways the system is broken.

Must clinicians presume that all their female patients of reproductive age are potentially going to become pregnant? And if so, what treatment option should be offered?

Intellectual Disability and Psychiatric Comorbidity

Intellectual disability affects an individual’s functioning in everyday life. The risk for a psychiatric disorder is greater in persons with ID than in those with intelligence in the normal range. Here: the latest information on ID.

When our patients share their misdeeds with us, real or imagined, we can point them to examples of people who have experienced profound shame and managed to put their lives back together.

It is truly an honor—and a pleasure—to welcome 5 psychiatrists to the Editorial Board of Psychiatric Times.

Physicians recognize many features of schizophrenia, but one neglected area is the common symptom of a poor self-other boundary—in fact, this has also been neglected as a criterion for the DSM.

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