Six fundamental assumptions underlie the medical model most psychiatrists use in their clinical work.
Like the cardiac stress test, mental health stress tests might help patients recognize their own psychiatric vulnerabilities. Would you take such a stress test if it were available?
Most of us listen in one way or another. But listening can be taken for granted, even in psychiatry.
What is integrated care anyway?
In psychiatry, things happen slowly—but if you’re not in a hurry yourself, the patient opens a window and shows you the world.
Brian Miller joins the Editorial Board of Psychiatric Times.
COUTERPOINT: A small number of psychiatrists have been critical of our profession’s restraint regarding public comments by psychiatrists about the mental health of the 45th President.
POINT: After 41 years of membership, a psychiatrist resigns from the APA after it holds its ground on the Goldwater Rule.
The author interviews Jonathan Sadowsky, PhD, historian of psychiatry, about his book Electroconvulsive Therapy in America: The Anatomy of a Medical Controversy.
Up until her last year of training, this psychiatrist was convinced she only wanted to consult in the hospital—that is, until she met a 31-year-old expectant mother.