December 2nd 2022
“Hunter’s book is excellently written and highly recommended for readers who want to understand the enormous power of myth in the Australian identity.”
November 22nd 2022
"This volume is a fascinating incursion into a field that everybody talks about, but few examine in depth."
November 18th 2022
"This film beautifully uses Kathmandu to mentally transport you, like the climbers, into the journey ahead."
October 27th 2022
An expert reviews Thomas Insel's book and reflects on what its insights mean for our field.
October 7th 2022
In this review of Thomas Insel's book, one doctor analyzes the uphill path from mental illness to mental health.
Coming Up for Air and Seeing our College Mental Health Crisis: A Movie Review
College mental health: on the decline for at least 8 years.
Healing: Our Path From Mental Illness to Mental Health
Thomas Insel, MD’s, book contains several highly valuable lessons for psychiatry and beyond.
Love, Alzheimer Disease, and Medical Aid in Dying
Approximately 6.5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer disease today, and that number is projected to rise to about 13 million by 2050.
Malpractice and Liability in Psychiatry
What do you do if you get sued? This new book provides a guide, with a comprehensive view of malpractice and liability issues across psychiatry.
A Transformative Journey in THE QUEST: Nepal
“A quotidian life could be transformed by the majesty of the summit. There would be pain to suffer, but not the variety that debilitates—rather, a pain that runs from head to toe and shouts that you are truly alive.”
Cracking the “Creek” of Contentment
Schitt’s Creek is a show that teaches us how to see light in the darkest of the times.
In Love: A Memoir of Love and Loss
Compelling new book discusses love, Alzheimer disease, and medical aid in dying.
One Friday in April: A Story of Suicide and Survival
One author shares his experience with suicidal, psychotic depression and the life events that he connects to its origins.
The Wounded Healer: The Pain and Joy of Caregiving
This book stresses beauty, healing, and love.
The Source of All Things: A Heart Surgeon’s Quest to Understand Our Most Mysterious Organ
This book asks important questions about the heart.
Christianity and Psychiatry
This new work examines faith and tradition versus medical and scientific knowledge in the psychiatry-Christianity equation.
Best Recent Screen Portrayals of Mental Health Issues
Celebrating accurate representations of psychiatric issues and treatment in film and television from the past year.
Optogenetics and Piercing the Professional Armor
Karl Deisseroth's new book is a compelling, educational experience for readers.
Life Imitates Art and Art Imitates Life in Ukraine
What literature can we use to stay updated on the situation in Ukraine?
Reacher: Don’t Worry About Him
Reacher: a wicked action-packed new show.
Committed: Dispatches from a Psychiatrist in Training
Adam Stern, MD’s, book makes the case for a more human psychiatry.
Cultish: Techniques of Manipulation
What cultish language do cult leaders and abusive partners both commonly use?
Top 7 Screen Portrayals of Mental Health Issues in 2021
The Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry Committee on Arts and Humanities highlights some exemplary representations of mental health issues in film and television.
Lessons From the Science Fiction World of Dune for Our Non-Fiction Time and Place
Take a look at the compiled lessons we can learn from Dune.
Nine Perfect Strangers
Microdosing at “Tranquillum House,” and its implications for real-world experimental psychopharmacology.
An Introduction to Treating the Brain: An Odyssey
The history of modern psychopharmacology: a history of epic proportions.
Projections: A Story of Human Emotions
Karl Deisseroth's new book is a compelling, educational experience.
Digging the Movie Dune (Part 1)
Dune releases in theaters this week. What echoes of our current socio-cultural situation does it contain?
Art Imitating Life: A Poet’s Words
The philosopher Plato kicked poets out of his republic because they elevated passion over reason. Do they belong in a psychiatrist's office instead?
Addressing Challenging Moments in Psychotherapy: Clinical Wisdom for Working with Individuals, Groups and Couples
Candid examples from psychotherapy and supervision makes this book by Jerome S. Gans, MD, a useful and enjoyable book for mental health professionals.
An Integrative Paradigm for Mental Health Care: Ideas and Methods Shaping the Future
This book is a rich roadmap on how to bring discipline and direction to integrative medicine.
Jaws And Cinematic Neurosis That Persists
A 17-year-old girl starts panicking about sharks thousands of miles from the ocean. Did a movie cause her fear?
Science Over Stigma: Education and Advocacy for Mental Health
A new book argues it’s time for psychiatrists to let the public know that mental illness is common, real, serious, and treatable.
Kings, Conquerors, Psychopaths: From Alexander to Hitler to the Corporation
How can freedom of thought conquer the conquerors?
Freud on My Couch
Frankness, honesty, and humor make this doctor’s poetry collection special.
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