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.

Laura Clarke, MD, DFAPA


Improving Outcomes in Late-Life Schizophrenia

What treatment strategies are available to improve the quality of life for older adults who are aging with schizophrenia?

Natasha Massoudi, MD, MPH


The Importance of Avoiding Implicit Bias in Advocating for Patients

"Our own implicit biases come into play at times whether we like it or not, especially when it comes to frequently controversial medications."

Adrienne Grzenda, MD, PhD


Boosting Brain Health After COVID-19: A Convergence Solution

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

Sawsan Khan, MD


“I’m Not Ready to Die”

A patient, faced with a lung cancer diagnosis and the fear of death, goes through the stages of grief. How can you as clinicians lead them through?

Erin Cassidy-Eagle, PhD, DBSM


Recognizing and Addressing Psychiatric Implications of Sleep Disorders

What sleep disorders are common in older adults and what are the associated risk factors and correlates?

Joshua Friedman, MD, PhD


Insights From the 2022 AAPL Annual Meeting

The American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law hosted its first in-person meeting in October 2022. Check out these highlights.

David Auer, CPA, MS, PFS, CGMA


Planning for Your 2022 Taxes

Let's plan for your 2022 taxes.

Anu Bodla, MD


How Psychiatrists Can Guide Distance Learning

Children with autism spectrum disorder have special educational needs, but with proper guidance they can flourish, even during a pandemic.

Carmen R. Green, MD


Racism, Policing, and COVID-19 Disparities: We Need Action!

This moment in history cannot be lost. When you ask us if we are okay, be prepared to hear us say we are not . . . and never have been. Then be prepared to do more.

Shekhar Saxena, MD


Telling Humanity’s Brain Story: Insights From Brain Capital

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

The PRO Group (Psychiatric Reparations Opportunities)


The Case for Psychiatric Reparations

A diverse group of psychiatrists elaborates on the difficult conversation surrounding reparations, and why our society needs to pay attention.

Michael Parish, MD


Easy To Miss, Hard to Treat: Notes on Frontotemporal Dementia

Often misdiagnosed as other psychiatric disorders, FTD is the third most common type of dementia and the second most common among patients 65 years or younger. How to spot the signs.

Lauren Zuchman


Community Involvement Can Enhance Mental Health

“I have found that community involvement is really key to a sense of belonging and really feeding our soul as we think about maintaining our mental health.”

Shelby Arnold, PhD


Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy: A Game Changer for Justice-Involved Individuals

"CT-R emphasizes the importance of hope while taking it a step further, turning hope into meaningful action and internalizing what success says about a person’s identity, strength, and ability to navigate future challenges."

Karen Appold


Health Care Trends Expected in 2022

What trends might be expected for health care in 2022?

Lara Segalite, MD


Telepsychiatry in the Setting of COVID-19 and Beyond

What are the challenges and opportunities for improvement in COVID-19-related mental health care?

Craig Chepke, MD, FAPA


Novel Drug Delivery Systems in ADHD and Take-Home Messages

Drs Stephen Faraone, Theresa Cerulli, Craig Chepke, and Andrew J. Cutler discuss novel drug delivery systems and provide take-home messages when treating an adult with ADHD.

Joshua C. Briscoe, MD


Affirming Dignity: Arguments Against Medical Aid in Dying

Instead of figuring out ways to help people die, what if we devoted our energy to helping them live, even and especially if they are dying?

Prashanth Puspanathan, MD


Challenging the Status Quo of the Challenge to the Status Quo

How can a robust understanding of the altered-state experience drive the development of therapeutic frameworks that are designed around that experience?

Scott Kaiser, MD


Anthropology-Informed Business Principles for Brain Health

The key to addressing mental health may lie in business innovation theories.

Jim Gilligan, PhD, MBIS


Psychedelics for the Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder in Males

This new study is evaluating how effective psychedelics can be in the treatment of binge eating disorder.

Frank Chen, MD


Long-Acting Injectable Antipsychotics in the Era of COVID-19

COVID-19 has made treating patients who receive long-acting injectables complicated. The Chief Medical Officer of Houston Behavioral Healthcare Hospital offers suggestions on how best to proceed.

Marco Mula, MD, PhD, FRCP, FEAN


Psychiatric Comorbidities in Epilepsy: Implications for Clinical Practice

Psychiatric disorders affect 1 in 3 individuals with epilepsy—and their etiology is multifactorial.

Jeremy Barnett, LMHC, CASAC


Keeping the Holiday Spirit (Without the Holiday Spirits)

Tips for helping patients preserve their sobriety through the holiday season

David Seigler, MD, FAPA


Reentry Anxiety

Why does the prospect of getting back to normal after the pandemic disturb some patients? And what can be done to overcome these fears?

Nick Rushworth


Violence Against Women and Acquired Brain Injuries

Violence against women and resulting traumatic brain injuries increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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