New research discovered mid-pregnancy insomnia may be a marker for both concurrent and postpartum anxiety.
An accurate assessment of bipolar disorder requires psychiatric evaluation of a range of symptoms marked by extreme mood changes and other factors described in brief.
A number of factors affect treatment adherence, including the therapeutic alliance, perceived perceived lack of control, risk of dependence on medications, stigma associated with medication use, and more.
An overview of the theoretical and empirical literature linking PTSD, substance use, and IPV, as well as risk factors for depression and other psychiatric disorders.
The author shares some thoughts on the current state of biopsychosocial model as well as the new proposed reinterpretation of BPS as a theory of causality.
A reformulated biopsychosocial paradigm can be clinically useful. How? Keep reading.
A brief synopsis on how to spot major depression in youth.
We may have strong (psychological) bones, but they are still susceptible to stress fractures. Face the new year armed with these guidelines on combatting symptoms of burnout, written by an expert in the field.
In our role as clinicians, we participate in the practice of medicine because there is always more to learn, and more experience to be gained. Such is the case with mindfulness...
As varied as the field of psychiatry itself, our Special Report collections covered issues such as eating disorders, traumatic brain injury, practice management, schizophrenia and depression, complex medical comorbidities, and more. Here's a sampling.