Author | Sara Selis


Complementary Therapies for Schizophrenia: Expanding the Clinician’s Toolbox

September 09, 2007

Given the burdens of living with schizophrenia, and the increasing focus on patients' quality of life, it’s no wonder clinicians are seeking other treatment options for the disorder. Here, a discussion of the most promising nonconventional therapies and how to use them.

Making Treatment for Bipolar Disorder a Family Affair

July 16, 2007

Mounting evidence shows that patients with bipolar disorder benefit significantly when their families are involved in treatment. Despite the challenges entailed, clinicians can successfully implement a family-focused approach if they’re willing, flexible and patient.

Binge Eating Disorder: Surprisingly Common, Seriously Under-treated

April 03, 2007

Binge eating disorder is more common than anorexia and bulimia combined, according to a national survey, but many physicians are unaware of the problem. The guidance and evidence discussed here highlight the key issues in recognizing and managing the disorder.