Since so much has already been written about the opioid epidemic, it is reasonable to wonder whether we need another book about this phenomenon? Experts make the case for why we need more information—and urgently.
Film And Book Reviews
The typical trials of an teen working to understand sex and intimacy is compromised by an inappropriate power dynamic in this film, according to the authors.
In this novel, we join New York consultation-liaison psychiatrist Dr Millard Salter for what he intends to be his final day on earth.
In this podcast, author Mark Lukach shares his experiences as the loved one of someone with new onset symptoms of mania, depression, suicidality, and psychosis.
The release of the book described here comes amid a rising understanding that although we are 60 years into the antipsychotic era, these medications only partly help people with schizophrenia.
The game looks disarmingly simple. In fact, it’s alarmingly complex.
A review of the video game Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and implications for psychiatry.
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?
While ostensibly The Butterfly Effect tells the story behind the wide availability of free internet pornography, the psychiatrist listener will quickly appreciate that this is only the beginning of the story.
The media has tremendous power in delivering messages to the public about mental illness. This year, the media got it wrong.