Mothers With Borderline Personality Disorder Often Experience Trauma
Mothers with borderline personality disorder often have experienced early-life trauma. How can you help?
Motherhood and the 4 Symptom Domains of Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline personality disorder is a common diagnosis among young women that is highly understudied in pregnancy and motherhood. Learn more here.
An Update on the Presentation, Nosology, and Causes of Postpartum Psychosis
Postpartum psychosis is experienced by 1 to 2 women every 1000 deliveries.
Cultural Issues in Caring for Patients With Psychosis
Sociocultural factors have been shown to impact both the presentation and course of schizophrenia/psychosis. Learn more here.
Beyond Schizophrenia: Contemporary Perspectives on Psychoses
In this Special Report, clearly delineate the clinical context of selective psychoses.
Narcolepsy: Making the Right Diagnosis
In this installment of the Around the Practice custom video program, doctors discussed management of narcolepsy.
The Algebra of Kindness
There are only three kinds of people in the world, those who are good at math and those who aren’t.
Gender and Sex Issues in Bipolar Disorder
What are the differences in epidemiological and clinical characteristics of bipolar disorder between the sexes?
Asking Questions, Finding Answers
Progress is dependent on evaluating where you have been, examining what you have done, and considering how you can do better.
Alleviating Opioid Use Disorder With Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Medication-Assisted Treatment
Civil Commitment for Substance Use Disorders: Coercion or Compassion?
In this CME, review the clinical, legal, and ethical aspects of the civil commitment for substance use disorders.
Navigating to a Broader Population of First-Episode Patients
What are the benefits of early and comprehensive intervention for patients in their first episode of a serious mental illness?
Psychosis in the Patient With COVID-19: An Emerging Psychopathology?
"This pandemic represents an unprecedented time that requires a psychiatrist’s vigilance in identifying patients at risk for COVID-19–induced psychosis."
On Thin Ice: Competitive Sports & Youth Mental Health
What will society do to children in order to make them win? What should be sacrificed in the name of competition? How much pressure is too much? And how do we pick up the pieces when young athletes are pushed too far?
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