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Psychotherapy

Readers of Albert Rothenberg’s new book will come away greatly enriched by the author’s own lifelong, creative synthesis.

Many classics, such as those written by Dickens, can be viewed as a metaphor for psychotherapy. Beyond symptom improvement, psychotherapy addresses the meaning of one's life and how it relates to meaningful values of loved ones as well as the surrounding community.

This case of a 14-year-old female patient with end-stage cystic fibrosis illustrates the psychiatrist's critical role in ensuring quality end-of-life care.

The greatest tribute to those who perished in France may be to find better ways to put out the fires of terrorism. Mental health professionals are trained to use words to diffuse conflict. The pen is mightier than the sword, but it can also tempt the reckless to load their weapons.

Do persons with depression and a history of early life trauma benefit more from psychotherapy or pharmacotherapy? Take the quiz and learn more.

Featuring this year in Rorschach tests at Psychiatric Times.

In light of seemingly happy shoppers and holiday images all around us, what comes to mind when when you see this image?

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