SPIRIT (Social Psychiatry Interested in Recovery from International Trauma) Voices Some Current Concerns
All these events that occurred over the weekend bear social psychiatric weight.
The Psychosocial Impacts of War and Armed Conflict on Children
A call to action both to support the youngest victims of war and to prevent future trauma.
We Refuse to Hate
The recent hostage situation at a synagogue in Texas in indicative of a larger underlying problem.
Psychiatrists Concerned With the Afghanistan Situation: Ethical and Practical Issues
What can psychiatrists do to help veterans, Muslims, immigrants, refugees, and all those affected by the US withdrawal?
An Interfaith Psychiatrist Prescription for Middle East Peace
A cease fire is welcome, but a far cry from what we want to achieve—lasting Middle East peace.
Some words of advice on coronavirus: "God grant me the serenity to accept what I cannot change, the courage to change what I can, and the wisdom to tell the difference between the 2..."
From London With Love . . .
I’m feeling the heat. Not the high temperature associated with an infection but the hot flush that is a psychosomatic symptom of anxiety.
Portrait of a Wounded Psychiatrist
From homeless man with mental illness to the Royal College of Psychiatrists-the journey was not easy, but few things worthwhile are.
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