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Discussing and Assessing Capacity for Sexual Consent
Here: basic concepts behind sexual consent capacity and guidance on how to pursue capacity assessments.
Recognizing and Treating Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking
The road to recovery for human trafficking victims is intense and requires intervention and care on multiple comprehensive levels.
Vaginismus: “Gone” But Not Forgotten
There has been much progress in both the conceptualization and the treatment of vaginismus in the past 15 years. Details here.
Pedophilia: Interventions That Work
“Once a pedophile always a pedophile” is so 30 years ago. The author updates the realities about sex offenders and why psychiatrists should be more optimistic about their patients’ prognoses.
Wearable Devices for Mental Health: Knowns and Unknowns
Can a wearable device improve mental health outcomes?
What You Need to Know When Treating Physicians: Issues, Sensitivities, and Considerations
The very traits that define a good physician make it difficult for most doctors to prioritize basic self-care. Many fail to notice early signs of dysfunction.
Collaborative Opportunities: Working With Nurse Practitioners to Meet the Needs of Underserved Populations
Collaboration between the psychiatric nurse practitioner and psychiatrist will be part of the solution to the workforce issue that leaves so many underserved patients without good mental health care.
3 Features of Eating Disorders
A special collection of current clinical work and issues surrounding eating disorders—specifically comorbidity, prevalence in men, and mortality.
Eating Disorders in 4 Clinical Reports
Leaders in the field provide specific, effective interventions for these debilitating disorders.
In This Issue: Volume 33, No. 3
Check out what's new in schizophrenia research, personality disorders, patient education, integrative psychiatry, addiction, and more.
The World of Personality Disorders in 6 Clinical Reports
Here's what's new in personality disorders: DBT treatment, DSM-5 criteria, borderline personality disorder, narcissistic personalities, and mentalization-based treatments.
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