This just in from the Center for Infectious Joy.
On a daily basis, our patients demonstrate their resilience to face reality and rise above their challenges, despite the odds. So shall we.
The public has questioned the wisdom of a judge to release a psychiatric inpatient, but not just any patient. Enter our metaphoric haunted house at your own risk.
What do behavioral activation, video therapy, family constellation, ibogaine, and psychomagic have in common? These topics and more were chosen for this month's roundup.
“Election addiction disorder, undifferentiated, DSM-5A—177.6x” is characterized by an overwhelming need to watch anything and everything related to the current race for the White House, no matter how microscopic. Clinical details and prognosis are examined here.
The supposed “epidemic” of mental illness turns out to be mostly a myth in the US adult population, 2000-2015.
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.
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.
Suggestions for what psychiatry can do to alleviate, contain, and eventually prevent or avoid the demolition of culture and health.