Simona Karbouniaris, MsC


Heal Thyself, Then Heal Others? The Power of Lived Experiences

45% to 75% of mental health professionals have personal experience with mental health care services, yet they may feel shame, embarrassment, and fear of being judged negatively for it.

Ryan Abbott, MD, JD, PhD


Telling Humanity’s Brain Story: Insights From Brain Capital

Which innovations can improve measurement, technology, investment, and public policy surrounding brain health?

Amber Schilling, PharmD


Navigating New Challenges in the Management of ADHD

Multidisciplinary insights on helping patients with ADHD during the COVID-19 pandemic, medication abuse, and other factors affecting care.

Hai Le, MD


Shattered Self: Schizophrenia Suffering, Beyond Logic and Reason

How can looking at the suffering of patients with schizophrenia through a psychodynamic lens help clinicians develop effective interventions and treatment plans?

Matthew N. Goldenberg, MD, MSc


Malingering as a Maladaptive Pattern of Survival During the Pandemic

Malingering is a common challenge for emergency department clinicians, particularly during the pandemic. Here are 3 cases of COVID-19–induced malingering.

Ann Childress, MD


A Welcome Addition to the Child and Adolescent ADHD Armamentarium

This new medication is a huge leap forward for treating attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Linda S. Brady, PhD


Early Intervention for Schizophrenia on the Horizon: Implications for Clinicians and Patients

Schizophrenia is one of the most recognized yet least understood chronic brain disorders.

Brian D. Doss, PhD


Issues in Regulating DTx

We need policies that make digital therapeutics accessible and acceptable to a broad patient audience. What barriers are there to reaching that goal?

Doreen Marshall, PhD


New Poll Data Shows US Adults Believe Suicide Can be Prevented

A new poll sought to understand the public’s beliefs about mental health and suicide prevention. Here are the results.

Corbin Pagano, MS4


Taking and Leveraging In-Depth Work Histories: Educating the Future of Psychiatry

Work takes up one-third of a patient’s life—it is important that we pay attention to it.

Abigail Clark, MD


Bereavement and Depression

How can clinicians distinguish between ordinary grief, depression, and prolonged grief disorder?

Xiaoduo Fan, MD, MPH


Methamphetamine-Associated Psychosis: What Should Clinicians Know?

Exploring the association between methamphetamine use and the development of psychotic symptoms, such as paranoid delusions, ideas of reference, and auditory hallucinations.

Sara Nutley, MS


The ABCs of Vaping

What is vaping and when does it become a problem?

Patrick Brannelly


Boosting Brain Health After COVID-19: A Convergence Solution

How can we face the current pandemic while addressing the brain health crisis?

Michelle Voegtle, MEd, LPC


Adherence in Addiction Recovery Treatment: Surrender is Scary, Yet Critical

Here’s how you can effectively encourage treatment adherence when helping patients with substance use disorder.

Macy Bayern, MS


COVID-19 Mental Health Long Haulers

Three women describe the massive impact COVID-19 has had on their lives.

Tabitha Moses


Stigma in Healthcare: Empowering Physicians and Trainees to Seek Help

More than half of physicians believe that seeking psychiatric care would jeopardize their employment. What can be done?

Alana Mendelsohn, MD, PhD


A Generation in Crisis?

A former resident's reflection on burnout, physician PTSD, and their consequences for patient care.

Asim Roy, MD


Practice Pearls for Narcolepsy Management

Richard K. Bogan, MD, FCCP, FAASM, and Asim Roy, MD, share take-home messages for the management of narcolepsy.

Sebastian F. Winter, MD, PhD


Building Brain Resilience: A Multi-Level Systems Approach

Beyond the COVID-19-driven shock, we must develop a resilient future in an increasingly uncertain world.

James Galvin, MD, MPH


The Effect of Mindfulness on Outcomes in Psychiatric Patients

How can mindfulness-based intervention be used as an effective treatment option for psychiatric patients?

Amy Hardy, DClinPsy, PhD


Psychiatry’s Problem With Paranoia—Is Digital Part of the Solution?

A new digital therapeutic helps patients with psychosis to slow down and manage their fears.

Gillian Schweitzer, MD


Treatment Challenges for College Psychiatrists and Their Patients

The pandemic has brought into focus treatment barriers, disruption in care, and possibly negative outcomes in the mental health of university students. To better understand the specific challenges of out-of-state students, the authors conducted an anonymous national survey of college psychiatrists.

Benjamin Trump, PhD


Building Brain Resilience: A Multi-Level Systems Approach

Beyond the COVID-19-driven shock, we must develop a resilient future in an increasingly uncertain world.

Antony Amaladoss, MBBS, D Psych, F Psych


How to Effectively Prescribe Exercise

Exercise can be a useful tool in managing symptoms of anxiety and depression. Learn how you can integrate exercise prescriptions into your treatment plans.

Dustin DeMoss, DO


Exploring Vital Amines: The Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of B12 Deficiency

Key nutrients are essential to maintaining health. Here's an overview of B12.

Emily Kircher, MPH, RN


Understanding Crisis Services: What They Are and When to Access Them

Inevitably, some of your patients will need of emergency psychiatric services. These tips will help prepare you and your patients when a crisis unfolds.

Menachem Moshe Liss, DO


Psychosis in the Patient With COVID-19: An Emerging Psychopathology?

"This pandemic represents an unprecedented time that requires a psychiatrist’s vigilance in identifying patients at risk for COVID-19–induced psychosis."

Dapo Tomori, MD


Brain Capital: An Emerging Investment Opportunity

Brain Capital: a fresh approach to technologies and investing.

Edmund G. Howe, MD, JD


Surviving Vaccine Hesitancy Together

What is the mindset of “anti-vaxxers,” and how can you connect with them as a clinician?

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