Disentangling the Web: Comorbidity Issues in Gender-Diverse Youth
Transgender and gender-diverse youth experience higher rates of depression, suicidal behaviors, and self-injury than their cisgender peers. Here's what you need to know.
Why Men and Women May Respond Differently to Psychological Trauma
PTSD is more prevalent in women than in men. What are the biological, psychosocial, and cultural factors that may explain why?
Evaluating Every Patient
Sex and gender, influenced by genetics, epigenetics, and environmental/social stressors, must be considerations in evaluating every patient.
What You Need to Know About the Civil Rights Complaint Process
Many physicians dread phone calls and technical assistance from OCR investigators. But when it comes to the release of information, rigorous compliance is critical.
Clara Park’s Network of Correspondence About Autism
How one mother of a child with autism helped countless others better understand the autistic experience.
APhA Conference Addresses Depression, Benzos
Catch up on all the latest from the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Annual Meeting & Exposition.
Wordsworth, Wildflowers, and a Simple Prelude to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
How have William Wordsworth's ideas about creative visualization influenced cognitive behavioral therapy in contemporary psychiatry?
Naloxone as a Tool to Fight the Opioid Epidemic
If you missed out on the custom Around the Practice video program on naloxone, we've got you covered. Read a recap here.
Black Women in Sport and the Weaponization of Beauty Standards
How is the fetishization of Black bodies and the weaponization of European beauty standards used against Black women in sport?
Upon the Shores of Social Construction
Sami Timimi, MD, shares his thoughts on alienation and ADHD, and what role current systems of mental health play.
Shattered Self: Schizophrenia Suffering, Beyond Logic and Reason
How can looking at the suffering of patients with schizophrenia through a psychodynamic lens help clinicians develop effective interventions and treatment plans?
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Lithium Levels—What Increases and Decreases Them?
Here are a few reminders to help avoid both toxicity and loss of effectiveness.
Violence Against Women and Acquired Brain Injuries
Violence against women and resulting traumatic brain injuries increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for a Challenging Patient
When experiencing challenges with a particular patient, how can you repair the rupture in the therapeutic alliance?
Here’s How the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Shaping the Next Generation
How have the past 2 years affected our youth? The full picture is just beginning to emerge.
The Management of Depression Among Older Adults
In this CME, evaluate the treatment options for depression among
Learn With Us in San Diego
The 2022 Annual Psychiatric Times World CME Conference is coming in August.
Challenging and Critical Conversations
Does Russia Suffer From "Paranoid Government Disorder”?
Psychiatrists are in a unique position to serve as consultants to intergovernmental organizations dedicated to conflict resolution. Learn more here.
Psychiatric Care in the US: Are We Facing a Crisis?
What US state has the best mental health care?
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