Meeting Patients Where They Are: A Public Health Imperative

June 30, 2020

Despite the vast research conducted to better understand biological mechanisms underlying psychosis, people with psychotic disorders continue to suffer.

Prescribing Hope for Recovery

June 30, 2020

Those of us who have a diagnosis of a psychotic disorder are, above all, human beings. We are more than the disorder.

Stage-Specific Treatment of Psychotic Disorders

June 30, 2020

Psychotic disorders are potentially serious and enduring and have been seriously neglected in health systems worldwide. The good news is that better medium-term outcomes are now achievable.

Mind-Body Therapies for the Management of Pain: How Effective Are They?

June 30, 2020

For the millions of patients whose pain is being treated with opioids, mind-body interventions are proving to be important considerations to ease suffering.

The Case Against Antidepressants for Bipolar Depression: Findings from STEP-BD

June 30, 2020

Do you prescribe antidepressants for your patients with bipolar depression? If so, think again, and consider results from these studies.

The Paradox of Self-Help

June 30, 2020

During these challenging times, physicians have to be proactive in helping ourselves. And that starts now.

On Climate, COVID, and Race

June 30, 2020

There are moments in history that require us to step back and refocus, to view the issues before us through a new lens and from a different vantage point. We are all now sitting squarely in such a moment.

Investing Tips in a Time of Crisis

June 30, 2020

Amidst this world of unknowns, the authors share some tips and advice to weather the financial fallout of this storm.

Masks, Machismo, and the American Man-Child

June 29, 2020

Given that face masks help prevent asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 and may also reduce the chances of anyone contracting the virus, wouldn’t any decent, responsible citizen put up with such a minor inconvenience? Apparently not.

Open Letter to Quaranteens: Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

June 29, 2020

First, it’s healthy to feel sad and mourn what has been lost, temporarily—or permanently. Then you can move on creatively and find new things.

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