January 31st 2023
Are your patients ready to honor the time commitment for friendship? It can be as easy as 8 minutes.
Should we try to be the keepers of our brothers and sisters?
January 30th 2023
How can you get involved and be more knowledgeable about social psychiatry?
January 27th 2023
Be on the lookout for anti-Semitic messages.
January 24th 2023
Back to the future… or blast to the past?
A Lapse of Cultural Psychiatrist Humility in the Monterey Mass Shooting
This morning, we mourn the victims of the Monterey Park mass shooting.
A Model of Meeting the Social Psychiatric Challenges of Leadership in Society
“And I know that I no longer have enough in the tank to do justice…”
The Emotional Baggage Follow Up Series: The Pursuit of Happiness Continues
What factors contribute to happiness?
Shining Light Series: Martin Luther King Jr and Mental Health
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that."
False Flag Conspiracy Theories: Psyche, Society, and the Internet
About half of the US population believes in at least 1 conspiracy theory. How can we stick to the facts?
Attitude Is a Choice
If you have a choice, choose compassion.
The Emotional Baggage Follow Up Series: The DIGS Model Plays Out on the Football Field and Brazil’s Capital
Perhaps we should expand the role of men to include emotional availability...
The Emotional Baggage Follow-Up Series: Empathy for the Homeless in New York
Is New York City acting with empathy towards the homeless?
Our New Year's Unpacking of Our Emotional Baggage
What issues are we still carrying from 2022?
Carrying—and Caring for—Emotional Baggage in the New Year, Including a Televised Cardiac Arrest
Are you carrying emotional baggage from 2022?
Psychiatrists and the 2024 Presidential Race
Donald Trump announced his intention to run for President again in 2024.
Multi Mental Health Wins in the Midterms
There were multiple wins across categories this election.
We Need More Public Mental Health Memes. Can You Think of Any?
How can we meme-ify mental health for the benefit of all?
The Week in Review: October 3-7
From the at-home ketamine experience to the Wit v United Behavioral Health reversal, here are highlights from the week in Psychiatric Times.
Understanding the Fear of Missing Out
Why is it so hard to keep from comparing our lives to the lives of others?
Teachers on Edge
Here’s why educators are walking away from the profession they love.
We Want to Hear From You: What Should We Feature on the December Cover?
You can help pick the last cover of the year!
Time, Ageism, Wisdom, and the Queen
Ageism: alive and well, despite a dearth of leaders who are elderly.
From the CDC to a Family: Organizational Culture Change is Hard, But Often Necessary
This major medical organization is making an effort towards changing their culture. Here’s why more of us need to emulate these actions.
Alligators and Other New Mental Health Care Strategies
These new wave mental health care strategies… would you try them?
As the Strike of Mental Health Workers Goes On, What Will the Rest of Us Do?
Can psychiatrists ethically remain bystanders?
Avoid “Shots in the Dark” to Maintain Pristine Professional Boundaries
Here’s how to stay professional in difficult situations.
Apologizing To, and Learning From, Native Americans
There have been spotty and minor reparations to Native Americans, including one this year to Sacheen Littlefeather.
The Dog and Doggone Days of Summer
Here’s why we need to better prepare for the doggone days of summer.
Cybercriminal Exploitation of Cognitive Biases: A Brain Capital Perspective
How prioritizing brain health and brain skills could offer new solutions to this challenge.
The Violinist Joshua Bell and the Goldwater Rule: The Psychological Power of Context
Would you recognize one of the greatest musicians in a subway station?
That’s What Friends Are Psychologically For!
You’ve got a friend in me…
How Would You Tackle Mental Health Disparities?
Targeted and collaborative efforts are needed at individual and systemic levels to address underlying causes of mental health disparities.
The Biocognitive Model for Biopsychosocial Psychiatry: Niall McLaren, MBBS, FRANZCP
Does a computational approach to the mind pave the way for practicing a biopsychosocial psychiatry?
The Youth Mental Health Crisis: Supporting Patients With ASD and ADHD
How can we help this unique patient population thrive? Experts weigh in at the 2022 APA Annual Meeting.
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