Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy: Changing Lives With a Whole-Person ApproachJanuary 23rd 2023
Are you ready to understand how recovery-oriented cognitive therapy (CT-R) promotes wellness and empowerment for individuals experiencing serious mental health challenges? Check out this CME article.
Current Treatments for Cannabis Use DisorderDecember 22nd 2022
While there are no FDA-approved medications available for CUD, some studies show potential off-label utility in mitigating withdrawal and maintaining abstinence. Learn more in this CME article.
Exploring Diagnostic Strategies in the Assessment of Mixed Affective StatesAugust 23rd 2022
In this CME article, examine how current DSM nosology defines the proper method of assessing a mixed-episode patient and which diagnostic labels to give them based on their presenting symptomatology.
10 Factors to Consider When Cross-Titrating AntipsychoticsFebruary 14th 2022
In this CME article, familiarize yourself with various pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, and patient-specific factors to review to develop a successful cross-titration plan from one antipsychotic to another.
Psychiatrists’ Response to Human TraffickingDecember 7th 2021
In this CME, learn to recognize risk factors and potential identifiers of human trafficking and identify trauma-informed approaches in evaluating human trafficking victims and survivors.
Cognitive/Neuropsychological Functioning and Suicidal Behavior: A Review of Research and Implications for Clinical PracticeNovember 8th 2021
In this CME, learn to identify 3 patient groups who are characterized by elevated rates of suicidal behavior and co-occurring cognitive/neuropsychological impairment.
Different Strokes: How to Spot and Treat Poststroke DepressionMay 20th 2021
Available evidence indicates that there are a multitude of neuropsychiatric syndromes that occur after a stroke. Cognitive impairment occurs in approximately one-third of patients. These neuropsychiatric manifestations often impede the recovery of motor functioning, reduce social functioning, and decrease the overall quality of life.
Psychological and Cognitive Insight: How to Tell Them Apart and Assess for EachApril 9th 2021
Impaired insight may result from major mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and other psychiatric conditions, notably major mood disorders with psychotic features that are associated with diminished awareness of illness. Earn CME Credit by learning more about psychological and cognitive insight.