Ubuntu and Shalom: An Octogenarian, Psychiatrist Looks Back, and Forward
“…Have We really Changed after Lo, these Many Years?”
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.
Wrestling with Religion and Spirituality
We humans need to believe. We tend to feel better, more grounded, and safer.
Drugs for Kids: It's Time to Stop Medicating and Start Practicing
In many jurisdictions, children and adolescents are currently being treated with cocktails of various psychotropic medications, the vast majority of which have never been empirically tested or validated in the age group in which they are being prescribed. Stating otherwise is being disingenuous. Medications are prescribed so often that one frequently cannot discern which symptoms are clinically derived and which are iatrogenic.
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