The media has tremendous power in delivering messages to the public about mental illness. This year, the media got it wrong.
Film And Book Reviews
A selection of noteworthy books to add to your reading list. Can you think of others?
An inside account of what many of our service men and women endure in order to serve their country.
King is singularly adept at capturing the vicissitudes, mores, and speech of pre-teenagers (particularly boys) throughout his writing—most notably in one of his longest novels, IT.
The sequel probes the big questions without flinging them in the viewer’s face. How does memory articulate with one’s sense of origin and purpose—and, above all, of death?
A psychiatrist recounts her harrowing experiences at both Bellevue Hospital and one of the most notorious correctional systems in the United States.
In Dr. Andrew Farah’s new biography of Ernest Hemingway, Hemingway’s Brain, he details the neuropsychiatric demise of a great literary mind.
The noted Israeli author's latest book is set in a 1990s second-string comedy club.
How might a better understanding of the mind enhance someone’s life and optimize a clinical encounter?
The author's enthusiasm and love for his work shines through in every page of this new book.