To Take Care of Others, You Must Take Care of Yourself
While helping each other, we oftentimes forget to preserve our own health. Dr Gold recommends tips for maintaining your own peace of mind.
Tips for Anxiety in Uncertain Times
To Care for Our Patients, We Must Take Care of Ourselves
Dr Jessi Gold provides quick tips for health care professionals to practice self-care during this difficult time.
Psychiatry and the Media: The Radio as a Psychoeducation Tool for the Public
Psyched! podcast hosts interview Carol A. Bernstein, MD, who makes the case for psychiatrists using their voice to help psychiatric patients and families.
The Last Undiscovered Organ in the Body
Presenters of Psyched! podcast talk about biological psychiatry, schizophrenia, and biotypes with a researcher who has presented groundbreaking work in the field.
His Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward: An Interview on Love, Writing, and Mental Illness
In this podcast, author Mark Lukach shares his experiences as the loved one of someone with new onset symptoms of mania, depression, suicidality, and psychosis.
Digital and Community Solutions After a Physician Suicide
In the final part of our discussion with Janae Sharp, Janae further discusses the loss of her physician husband to suicide and how best to support others through grief.
Physician Suicide and the Need to Talk About It
In the second part of our Psyched! podcast interview, Janae Sharp discusses why she feels she has been a different kind of voice for physician suicide awareness.
Surviving a Physician Suicide: Imperfect Grief and Shaping the Narrative for the Children Left Behind
A physician suicide loss survivor shares her story of grief after losing her husband as well as her experience telling her 3 children about it and why she feels compelled to create "better memories" for them.
Abuse, Attachment, and Resilience: Genes and the Environment
How do brain changes, inflammation, and genetic risk factors modulate the development of PTSD or depression in patients with a history of trauma?
Depression: A Killing Disease
Charles Nemeroff, MD, PhD argues for psychiatrists to consider obtaining inflammatory marker labs on every patient that they see.
Innovation in Psychiatric Education: Interaction and Measurement
This exclusive interview covers the importance of interaction and measurement in learning for patients and physicians. What makes interaction in a learning environment difficult for people? Can doctors "learn" to tolerate that not every patient likes them?
Neuroscience Education: Relevant, Stigma Reducing, and Fun to Learn
Neuroscience education for psychiatrists and the general public are covered in this interview with the Vice Chair for Education and Director of Resident Education in the department of psychiatry at Columbia University.
Is There a Relationship Between Mood and Diet?
Are we happier when we don’t eat sugar or gluten and should we all be gluten-free?
IBS and the Developing Microbiome
In this exclusive interview, Psyched! podcast hosts continue the conversation with a leading researcher on mind-gut connections.
The Mind-Gut Connection: What Is It and How Did It Evolve?
An expert talks about his interest in the mind’s relationship to the GI tract, some basics of what bacterial gut/brain communication is, and the evolutionary biology theories behind it.
TMS: A Top-Down Process
What are the major cortical networks we are trying to change with TMS? Where will TMS fit into psychiatry in the next decade? These questions and more are addressed in this podcast.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: The Procedure
An expert Q&A about the experience of TMS treatment and the future of neuromodulation as it transitions from research to practice.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: A Look Under the Hood
It’s an FDA approved technology, but what exactly is TMS and why should you be aware of it?
Psyched! With Paul Applebaum, MD: The Transformation of Ethics In Psychiatry
Psyched! A new podcast series begins with with renowned ethics expert and Chair of the DSM Steering Committee for APA, Dr. Paul Appelbaum.
A Coin Flip
But what if the patient was lying? It's hard to go to sleep at night and not wonder, “. . . what if I'm wrong?”
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