The author shares some thoughts on the current state of biopsychosocial model as well as the new proposed reinterpretation of BPS as a theory of causality.
A reformulated biopsychosocial paradigm can be clinically useful. How? Keep reading.
Recommendations for the use of antipsychotics for the management of behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia.
The past is prologue riding close behind. Give up your practice? And do what instead? Psychiatrists are not the retiring kind!
Many patients can benefit from herbs with gentler action, fewer adverse effects, and some health benefits beyond their antidepressant effects.
According to male rape myths, boys and men cannot be sexually abused. The truth is, the figure is staggering. Yale Psychiatry’s Joan Cook, PhD, offers new insights working with this population.
Patients with severe mental illness (SMI) routinely have no access to adequate medication, psychological counseling, social support, and/or housing.
This CME activity provides an understanding of treatment resistant depression (TRD) in elderly patients.
A quick synopsis on how to spot major depression in youth.
Public endorsement for potential benefits of the marijuana plant is at an all-time high, even in vulnerable populations, such as pregnant women.