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.
The authors discuss some potential complications arising from a constitutional ban on executing persons with mental illness.
We have criminalized mental health problems—a barbaric throwback to the dismal conditions before the Enlightenment.
In the midst of 6 presentations this year, the author notices the elephant in the room.
Residency was going according to plan until a phone call changed everything.
The work of these military psychiatrists who passed away in recent years still has relevance for us.