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Couch in Crisis

Of the 3.6 million military personnel deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, over half are married and about 53% are parents. As these veterans return home, the process of reintegration can have a variety of effects.

Here's why Trieste is the place this psychiatrist would most want to be if he had a severe mental illness.

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By failing to provide adequate care and housing for the mentally ill, we have condemned 350,000 to jails and 250,000 to the streets.

As technology continues to expand exponentially, so does our potential to harness these technological capabilities to expand the field of psychiatry. At Psychiatric Times this year, we highlighted a range of topics on these advancements.

Remembering notable clinicians and members of the public who made a difference.

There is no one-size-fits-all solution to how people and cultures should respond to overwhelming stress, depression, and trauma.

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I miss a gentler America—one where assault weapons and 14 dead people weren’t part of the daily ride to work. Can we work together to get back there?

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