Stephen Stahl, MD, PhD


Role of Neurologists and Psychiatrists in Narcolepsy Management

In this custom video series, experts in sleep and neuroscience discuss the role of neurologists, psychiatrists, and sleep specialists in the treatment of narcolepsy and comorbid conditions.

Mark Heinemeyer


Mind-Body Resilience for Women: A Focus on Depression

Here’s why we should be paying special attention to women's depression treatment.

Jennifer Howse, MD


Surviving Survivorship

Surviving is harder than it looks…

Agustin Ibañez, PhD


How Cities Can Boost Brain Capital

In a shock-prone world, city-level thinking is a new approach to optimizing the brain health and brain skills of citizens.

Juliann Tea, MD


To Treat or Not to Treat? The Conundrum of Likeability

Treating patients who may be perceived as “unlikeable” can be difficult.

Russell Surasky, FAAN, ABAM, ABPM


Telepsychiatry: A Life Saving Solution

The pandemic's effect on the mental health and addiction communities has been severe. Luckily, there's a temporary solution: telemedicine.

Maryam Sharif-Razi, MSc


Mental Health Stigma for Providers: A Hidden Challenge Among Us

Stigma poses a serious risk to quality of care and accessibility.

Arrash Allayhar


Evidence-Based Ways to Improve Mental Health

These 2 medical students want to share their helpful handouts with you and your patients. Watch the video to learn more.

Julie Wolfson, LMSW


College Re-Entry Program for Patients with Psychiatric Illness

For students with mental health diagnoses, this program can help with enrolling or re-enrolling in college.

Veronica Kelley, DSW


Digital Health as an Enabler for Patient-Centric, Outcome-Based Care

Considering challenges and opportunities in digital health solutions for mental health care.

Terry A. Schwartz, MD


Pharmacological Management of Treatment-Resistant Anorexia Nervosa

Only 13% to 50% of AN patients are considered recovered 1 to 2 years posttreatment, and 20% to 30% go on to develop a chronic and unremitting course of AN. How can we improve these outcomes?

Bill Saltzman, PhD


Supporting a Child Who Has Lost a Parent to COVID-19

What are some practical ideas for helping families who may be dealing with a COVID-19 death?

Tori Marsh, MPH


Mental Health Deserts for American Indians and Alaska Natives

How can you better provide care for American Indians and Alaska Natives?

Kanta Ukrani, MD


“I’m Just So Tired”: Fatigue in a Medically Complicated Patient

Fatigue is a very common physical complaint. What therapeutic options are available?

Emily R. Boyer, MSIV


Genital Self-Mutilation: A Cutting Conundrum

This form of nonsuicidal self-injury occurs within a spectrum of severity, and it is very likely that cases are both underreported and unpublished.

Committee on Professionalism and Ethics of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry


Surviving Vaccine Hesitancy Together

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

Brian McCarthy, MS, PMHNP, RN


Thinking Beyond the Guidelines: Evidence-Based Novel Therapies for Bipolar Depression

In this CME article, learn how to apply novel treatment approaches for patients with bipolar depression.

Aimee Kaempf, MD


Abortion and the Psychiatrist: Practicing in Post-Dobbs America

"The psychiatrist may be obligated to protect the fetus or warn authorities of the patient’s intent."

May Chammaa


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?

Paul S. Nestadt, MD


Who Is at Risk for Suicide During COVID-19?

New data out of Maryland includes some surprising numbers.

Jon E. Block, PhD


An Uplifting Experience: Can Botulinum Toxin Address Depressive Symptoms?

Although botulinum toxin does not have regulatory approval for the treatment of depression in the United States, some reports indicate neurotoxin treatment may mitigate symptoms.

Paul Rosenfield, MD


Mental Health Disparities Among Black Americans During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected people of color due to legal, social, and economic inequities.

Esperanza Diaz, MD


Addressing the Gender Gap in Psychiatry at APA 2023

Experts preview their upcoming presentation on women in psychiatry at the 2023 APA Annual Meeting.

Tony Thrasher, DO, DFAPA


10 Myths (and Corresponding Truths) About Mass Violence: How Psychiatrists Can Help

With so much media surrounding mass violence in the US, we need to sort out fact from fiction.

Sean Boyden


Simple Tasks

Presenting the second-prize winner of the 2022 Gerald F. Berlin Creative Writing Award.

Sonal Jain, DO


Perspectives on Global Women’s Mental Health

This diverse group of women came together to explore the challenges in treating mental illness in patients who identify as female.

Tamir Aldad, MD, MBA


Urgent Care for Mental Health

How can we address—and solve—2 of the biggest hurdles for patients in receiving mental health care?

Roueen Rafeyan, MD, DFAPA, FASAM


Over-the-Counter Naloxone: A Step in the Right Direction?

Psychiatric Times’ Substance Use Section Editor weighs in on the FDA approval of the first naloxone product for nonprescription use.

Rubiahna Vaughn, MD, MPH


Psychiatric Evaluation of the Peripartum Patient

How can you be better prepared to interview and care for peripartum patients? This CME shows you how.

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