The therapist "goes underwater" with the patient to find what lies in her mind.
On the risk of accepting the practice of psychiatric diagnosis from afar.
After a code gray, it was clear to me that no matter one’s training, only such fundamental moments can enable one to answer affirmatively when asked, "Are you experienced?"
Given that “specific phobias” are a diagnostic category in DSM-5, is "Islamophobia" a diagnosable disorder?
In this Letter to the Editor, practicing psychiatrist Richard Krugley, MD makes the case against the term "assisted suicide" when applied to terminally ill patients. Drs. Pies and Geppert respond.
American psychiatry is on the cusp of recognizing and tackling both physician burnout and climate change.
An overview of various aspects of taking notes and suggestions for effective documentation.
The nightmarish reality of psychosis is vividly detailed by Deborah Danner, a woman with self-described schizophrenia, recently shot to death by a New York City policeman.
For your reading pleasure, we present noteworthy blogs published in 2016.
Health care and medical education must march ever onward—although recently there has been a growing uprising among the ranks of experienced physicians.