Substance Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults
In this CME, check out best practices for screening and treating adolescents and young adults with substance use issues.
Systems of Care & Collaborative Approaches: An Answer to the Youth Mental Health Emergency
Mental health needs have skyrocketed in the US, but access to treatment remains inadequate. Here's how we can help youth.
Psychiatrists as Partners in Suicide Prevention for Pediatric Medical Settings
"The death rate among youth aged 10 to 24 years increased 52.2% from 6.9 per 100,000 in 2001 to 10.5 per 100,000 in 2020."
The Urgent Need to Address Youth Mental Health
In this 2-part Special Report, we highlight the urgency of addressing child and adolescent mental health.
White House Announces Record Health Insurance Enrollment
"We will keep doing everything we can to ensure more people have the peace of mind that comes with high-quality health care.”
"We lower a plastic tray on his ribs as if food can stop the dying..."
Lithium: Past, Present, and Future
Investigating the Impact of ADHD on Smoking Cessation Outcomes
What is the connection?
Aerobic Exercise: Benefits Following Brain Injury
After a traumatic brain injury, aerobic exercise promotes cardiovascular fitness, cognitive recovery, and reductions in mood disorders.
Social Psychiatric Predictions
"If we ignore or do not successfully address these future risks, we may need more than luck to avoid these looming disasters."
Addressing Narcolepsy: Approaches and Advances
Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy: A Game Changer for Justice-Involved Individuals
"CT-R emphasizes the importance of hope while taking it a step further, turning hope into meaningful action and internalizing what success says about a person’s identity, strength, and ability to navigate future challenges."
Exploring Surprising Parallels Between The Sixth Sense and a Real Case
"My attitude toward The Sixth Sense shifted when I realized that I had been treating a patient whose death date was set before our appointments began..."
Art and Science of Forming a Multidisciplinary Group Practice
"I have worked for organizations that treated health care clinicians like they were widget makers in factories."
Teach and Treat Your Children Well
"It is essential to have an aggressive path forward to increase public awareness of mental health and illness, education on early intervention and treatment access, and continued destigmatization of mental illness."
Using Collaborative Care to Improve Outcomes for Patients With Schizophrenia and COVID-19
Individuals with schizophrenia have experienced an increase in psychiatric, medical, and treatment risks because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Time for Remembering
Psychiatric Times® salutes our armed forces and remembers those who have fallen during service.
What the Public Does Not Know About Involuntary Hospitalization
An expert discusses the reality of and the true role of psychiatrists in involuntary hospitalization.
Psychoeducation or Psychiatric Contagion? Social Media and Self-Diagnosis
"I have autism. All my friends say so. I do have autism. You just don't get it."
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