Recent events in Charlottesville are poignant reminders that the wounds caused by bigotry and racism leave a deep imprint on our spirit, bodies, and psyche.
Here's how I've managed to get my own mind off the news. What about you?
Successful culturally adapted interventions to improve adherence among Latino patients with depression and schizophrenia confirm how important it is to understand a patient’s entire sociocultural environment.
Culture, Diversity, and the Therapeutic Alliance: How Can Psychiatrists Contribute to the Discussion?
We psychiatrists can't solve the world's political problems, but we can help those who are affected by them. Suggestions here.
In psychiatry, hot debates abound if you just look around—and if this Special Report collection is any indication, the result is a balance of opinion and civility made richer by virtue of opposing views.
The authors discuss some potential complications arising from a constitutional ban on executing persons with mental illness.
Although a majority of states still permit capital punishment, this may not represent the true national mood: many of these states have not had an execution in more than 10 years.
If you haven’t seen the series or heard media coverage about it, the 13 reasons are a series of 13 audiotapes made by the character, Hannah Baker, to be listened to by the 13 people she felt in some way contributed to her decision to kill herself.
Supportive psychotherapy can serve as the first bridge out of social isolation and marginalization and addresses personality issues, such as deficits in character structure and defense mechanisms.
How does a pituitary result in a psychiatric emergency? Read more clues to this clinical puzzle.