Burnout and Its Remedies
The sources of chronic stress and inflammation need to change, which means the toxic work setting needs to change.
The Need for Novel Treatments for Bipolar Depression
In this CME article, learn more about the rationale for considering novel treatments for patients with bipolar depression.
8 Tips for Psychiatrists to Prevent Burnout
What can we do to improve self-compassion and empathy as mental and behavioral health providers?
The Alluring Mistress: Reflections From My Affair With Medicine
Physicians are not immune to the gravitational pull toward extramarital affairs, particularly with the most alluring mistress: Medicine.
Just the Tip of the Iceberg: Psychiatric Implications of Overturning Roe v Wade
"Research clearly demonstrates that although abortion is more likely in highly stressful life situations—which may include mental illness—abortion itself does not cause psychiatric illness; the most common response is relief."
Planning for Your 2022 Taxes
Let's plan for your 2022 taxes.
School Is in Session
September always feels like back-to-school season...
Headaches: The Common, Challenging Comorbidity
What's the best way to manage headaches and psychiatric disorders?
Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Enhance Well-Being
"Accordingly, I asked Henry what he would be doing differently—or how his life would be different—if he were not depressed, if he stopped worrying, and if he was enjoying retirement."
Contingency Management Is a Powerful Clinical Tool for Treating Substance Use Research Evidence and New Practice Guidelines for Use
Contingency management is an effective behavior change technique commonly used to treat substance use disorders.
Serotonin or Not, Antidepressants Work
The latest claim that antidepressants don't work: refuted.
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