A psychiatrist attempts to stay positive while facing her parents' and loved ones' premature deaths—ever reminding us that hope springs eternal.
With the help of psychotherapy, something from the deep unconscious helped cure her depression, forge her character, and guide her to a sense of peace.
These simple tips may help take the mystery out of the process of psychotherapy and put us in a better position to understand our patients—and ourselves.
Inquiring about a patient’s favorite movie sometimes proves unexpectedly revealing.
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Recent studies and meta-analyses discussed here address mental health hospitalization, optimal treatment, and long-term outcome for children and adolescents with anxiety disorders.
When engaging in professional discourse on controversial topics, how can psychiatrists respect the therapeutic boundary with patients when their own fears are heightened?
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This mode of therapy, still in its infancy, could be used to analyze and monitor a patient’s progress during play.
This article provides a brief synopsis of the research regarding the use of psychotherapy to manage suicidal behavior, followed by several examples of strategies that such treatment employs.