Labeling a (clinically unexamined) public figure as "dangerous" can do as much or more harm as promulgating a specific psychiatric diagnosis.
News from around the web includes stories on racism in medicine, mental health stigma in Olympic athletes, sibling bullying, and more.
How many of you support the APA position on the Goldwater Rule? Let us know in this poll.
The cases presented here illustrate the complexities of memory loss and psychiatric comorbidities.
The media has tremendous power in delivering messages to the public about mental illness. This year, the media got it wrong.
For a long time, we have relied to a large extent on phenomenology and diagnosis to plan treatment strategies, but advancements in psychiatry are changing that for the better.
Tracking and measuring the nation’s health is no easy undertaking. How are we doing?
A therapeutic approach to the holiday wish list.
Compelling commentaries by Psychiatric Times' contributors and editorial board members.
This year we asked about the best and worst things relating to our field. As always, we received a diverse group of responses.