For up to 60% of patients with bipolar disorder, simply treating their mood symptoms is not enough to help them return to a full life.
Here’s a very unscientific survey of this year’s most meaningful issues is psychiatry. Quite a year.
How do meaning, memory, emotions and, especially, human suffering arise from the brain?
When treating social phobias, the addition of D-cycloserine has been noted to enhance the response to behavior therapy. How does D-cycloserine promote fear extinction?
Here is a year's worth of CMEs you can take right now.
The articles in part 1 of this Special Report provide concise reviews of important research findings and clinical applications of mindfulness meditation, breath practices, and uses of CAM therapies for perinatal depression.
Slow voluntarily regulated breathing practices are noninvasive, easy to learn, and generally safe for treating patients with symptoms of anxiety, insomnia, depression, stress- and trauma-related disorders, ADHD, schizophrenia, and substance abuse.
What potential clinical and medical effects of lead exposure remain today?
Several new findings have emerged, one of which comes very close to providing a noninvasive “lab test” for bipolar disorder.
A growing body of scientific literature associates psychiatric symptoms with man-made toxic substances and environmental exposure. Practical implications for psychiatrists are discussed in this Special Report collection.