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A new protocol makes light therapy an option for patients with bipolar depression.

This year, we presented new and distinct reports that covered a range of clinical challenges in the treatment of psychiatric disorders.

Which anticonvulsant has shown the most promise in quelling antipsychotic-induced weight gain? This question and more in our quiz.

Which symptom can help distinguish bipolar from unipolar depression? How does repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation compare with ECT? Answer these questions and more.

Since ancient times, doctors have shown a good deal of interest in identifying seasonal patterns in the incidence of symptoms and disease. Could the holiday blues be a myth?


The articles in part 1 of this Special Report provide concise reviews of important research findings and clinical applications of mindfulness meditation, breath practices, and uses of CAM therapies for perinatal depression.

This review provides information to assist clinicians who are considering mindfulness meditation for their patients.


Slow voluntarily regulated breathing practices are noninvasive, easy to learn, and generally safe for treating patients with symptoms of anxiety, insomnia, depression, stress- and trauma-related disorders, ADHD, schizophrenia, and substance abuse.


Many women choose to avoid standard treatment for perinatal depression, and instead prefer integrative treatments that incorporate complementary and alternative therapies. This article reviews the evidence base for these treatments.


Recent studies demonstrate the far-reaching effects of childhood trauma related to depression and suicidality in adulthood. The evidence to support these associations is presented here.


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