When the soloist lowers her Strad and takes a bow, she reveals the violin’s mark on her throat, which makes me think of Mozart...
Frontotemporal Dementia: A Brain Disease That Challenges Definitions of Mental Illness
Here: what psychiatrists need to know about frontotemporal dementia. Case examples convey the variety of possible psychiatric presentations of behavioral variant FTD.
Psychodynamic Psychiatry: A Case Report
The author presents a fictionalized case based on a real patient to encourage colleagues to pursue psychodynamic psychiatry.
Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis: Diagnostic Issues for Psychiatrists
This articles focuses on the psychiatric and neurological implications of anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis.
What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been
Here's how I've managed to get my own mind off the news. What about you?
The Healing Power of Photographs
As I’ve seen in my parents’ remarkable journey from the doomed Jewish ghetto in Lodz, Poland, and in my psychiatry practice, photographs have immense power to heal.
Improving Mental Health: Four Secrets in Plain Sight
The author's enthusiasm and love for his work shines through in every page of this new book.
Treatment for Cannabis Use Disorders: A Case Report
It is vital that psychiatrists are able to identify and characterize cannabis use disorders; provide education; and offer effective, evidence-based treatments. This article provides a brief overview of each of these topics.
E-Cigarettes, Vaping, and Other Electronic Nicotine Products: Harm Reduction Pathways or New Avenues for Addiction?
This article summarizes data on e-cigarettes, provides recommendations and resources to learn more, and emphasizes the evidence for treating tobacco (traditional cigarettes) addiction in people with mental illness.
Understanding and Addressing Sleep Disruptions in Alcohol Use Disorders
This article reviews current literature on insomnia and alcohol use disorders and highlights assessment and treatment of sleep disorders in patients with comorbid alcohol abuse.
ADHD and Substance Use: Current Evidence and Treatment Considerations
Because comorbid substance abuse is the rule rather than the exception in individuals with ADHD, accurate diagnosis, prognosis, and management of ADHD is challenging even for the most skilled practitioners.
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