Raising Doubts About ECT
ECT has been in use for decades, but does that mean it is safe or effective?
ECT: Dangerous on Either Side of the Pond
No one has precise data about how many Americans receive ECT each year, let alone how many treatments each patients receives or how closely providers space treatments. This is a troubling dilemma, according to the authors.
A Dialogue on Psychosis and Trauma
Joining together to discuss psychosis, 3 British experts discuss various ways to respond to and help people who have experienced both trauma and psychosis.
Traumas, Adversities, and Psychosis: Investigating Practical Implications
Childhood adversities can play a causal role in the development of psychosis and psycho-social interventions can be helpful.
The International Antidepressant Withdrawal Crisis: Time to Act
This Letter to the Editor is in response to the article published in Psychiatric Times, “Sorting Out the Antidepressant ‘Withdrawal’ Controversy,” by Ronald W. Pies, MD and David N. Osser, MD.
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