Psychological and Spiritual Reflections on the COVID-19 Pandemic

July 23, 2020

For some patients, quarantine and isolation may generate feelings of uncertainty. It is important to use accurate terminology, since the words we use and how we think shape our being and responses.

The First International Congress on Infantile Psychiatry

July 22, 2020

Solving the problems of “troublesome” children throughout the ages.

The Cost of Silence on Racism: A Dialogue

July 21, 2020

An early career psychiatrist and resident psychiatrist reflect on their racialized experiences in predominantly white spaces and the impact on their lives.

The Realities of Childhood Schizophrenia

July 21, 2020

Although the diagnostic criteria used in children are the same as adults, there are some key differences in clinical presentation of psychotic features. More in this podcast about childhood schizophrenia.

Coping Skills for Patients

July 21, 2020

Katharine Phillips, MD, shares key insights on coping.

Clean Eating to the Extreme

July 21, 2020

Although weight loss may be a favorable feature of healthful diets, "clean eating" can be taken to extremes. In this video, we interview Thomas R. Dunn, PhD, author of a recent CME for Psychiatric Times. Orthorexia Nervosa.

The Many Histories of Biological Psychiatry: Anne Harrington, DPhil

July 20, 2020

An interview with Dr Anne Harrington, who offers a stimulating and thought-provoking historical perspective on the evolution of biological psychiatry from the German histopathologists to the present time in her recent book.

Specialized Brain Training Relieves Phantom Pain

July 20, 2020

Pain is not uncommon for patients who have undergone amputation, and without effective treatment, pain can linger for years.

Traumas, Adversities, and Psychosis: Investigating Practical Implications

July 17, 2020

Childhood adversities can play a causal role in the development of psychosis and psycho-social interventions can be helpful.

Has the Playing Field Been Leveled?

July 17, 2020

Private practice in the COVID era.