Eating Disorders Among Older Adults
In this CME article, learn how to evaluate older adults who present with significant appetite and weight changes for the presence of an eating disorder.
Addressing Unmet Needs and Clinical Challenges in MDD
Here are 9 things you need to know about the clinical management of major depressive disorder.
The Psychiatrist’s Role in Caring for Adolescents With Eating Disorders
How can psychiatrists collaborate within the treatment team to help patients on the path to ongoing recovery?
Bulimia Nervosa: Diagnostic Clarification and Determining Levels of Care
Approximately 30 million individuals will be diagnosed with an eating disorder in the United States during their lifetime.
The Status of Neuromodulation Trials in Eating Disorders
"20% to 30% of patients develop a persistent, hard-to-treat illness."
The Fight for Psychiatric Rights and Accountability
"There are a number of themes in my book, and one of them is to subtly bust the myth that people who get diagnosed with serious mental illness cannot recover."
Lawmakers Support CMS Rules to Streamline Prior Authorizations
"The Improving Seniors’ Timely Access to Care Act would make it easier for older patients to get care by modernizing the prior authorization process."
"What a Psychiatrist Remembers"
"I remember sitting like my patients when time expired, entire lives grasped in a 50 minute hour..."
Research Explores the Efficacy of Clozapine as a Treatment for Catatonia
There is very modest evidence that clozapine may be associated with improvement of catatonia.
Treating Acquired Brain Injury With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation
"rTMS and tDCS allow for controlled and targeted neuromodulation, and when combined with other therapeutic approaches, they may produce superior outcomes."
Treatment Resistant: Is It a Misnomer?
"The history of medicine is rich in blaming the disease or the patient for 'untreatable' symptoms, until we stumble upon or develop a treatment that is, in fact, effective."
Will You Be Our Valentine?
Happy Valentine's Day from us to you!
America’s Mental Health Crisis: Are We Willing to Do What Is Required to Fix It?
"All I could think to myself was, 'At least he is safe and will receive
treatment in prison—something the community failed to provide him.'"
Rx Evolution: An Ununified Model of MDD and Pharmacological Paradigms
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