New research highlights the potential benefits and detriments of treatment strategies for ADHD, including both pharmacological and nonpharmacological options.
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This article provides a brief synopsis of the research regarding the use of psychotherapy to manage suicidal behavior, followed by several examples of strategies that such treatment employs.
Although it is still widely believed that the management of chronic pain usually requires medications or physical interventions, a growing body of research has demonstrated the efficacy of psychological therapeutic modalities.
In considering how best to disseminate the many psychotherapeutic techniques to practicing clinicians, the author reviews findings and changes to guidelines on depression treatments.
It is time for the psychiatric and wider medical world to embrace lessons from the growing science of resilience to treat the wide range of stress-related medical and psychiatric disorders more effectively.
Migraine, tension-type, cluster...test your clinical acumen about headaches with these 16 questions.
Psychiatrists who treat patients with psychosis in institutional, community, and crisis settings provide evaluations and medication management, but rarely consider psychotherapeutic interventions. However, such interventions can be critical in recovery.
Culture—the way people make meaning and live their lives in particular social worlds—matters in psychosis. The authors explore how a patient's cultural background should influence the way clinicians think about treatment and care.
A summary of important CBT studies with the most current evidence-based information, chosen for their relevance and clinical utility.
New research shows the benefits of low-dose lithium—even in the water supply.