What an exciting time to be involved in understanding and providing care for people with schizophrenia spectrum disorders!
Culture—the way people make meaning and live their lives in particular social worlds—matters in psychosis. The authors explore how a patient's cultural background should influence the way clinicians think about treatment and care.
What do you have to say about the Presidential election? Here are the latest offerings from your colleagues about this historic election.
It is not unusual for patients to seek consultation with questions about their sexuality. This article provides useful definitions and clinical examples for therapists who wish to address these patient concerns.
What does mandated electronic prescribing have to do with that old show, Twilight Zone?
Almost everyone can benefit from psychotherapy at some point in their lives.
I hope readers look seriously at what the Presidential candidates have to say—or if they say anything at all—about addressing the current and increasing disaster in the mental health system before casting their votes.
“Googling” a patient does not seem much different from the old-fashioned obtaining of collateral information, but the ramifications may be far more than you bargain for.
It’s not health care expenses that are driving up costs.
John Hinckley's release after a 35-year stint in a psychiatric facility, legalized heroin, older patients facing depression alone. These stories and more in this month's roundup.